Adam Greenfield encapsulates his ideas from Everyware for the audience at the LIFT conference earlier this year.
Archive: April, 2007
Track Cindy and Jason on their trip across the country... mashup style.
Tom Watson's new site design changes stylesheets with the season. More of this kind of thing please, Web.
I read this article right after I had been browsing The Onion. I was halfway through before I remembered that I wasn't reading The Onion anymore.
Now this is what I call a captcha. You want to know about my mother? I'll tell you about my mother.
HubbleSite - NewsCenter - The Carina Nebula: Star Birth in the Extreme (04/24/2007) - Release Images
Another stunning image from the Hubble telescope. This image is heart-stoppingly beautiful.
A gorgeous 1923 specimen book from the American Type Foundry.
Mike and the team have redesigned/realigned Newsvine with some nice customisation of the front page.
Great post by Leisa on the real reasons for using personas (they might not be the reasons you think).
Because if you use Tim O'Reilly's sherrif badge, the terrorists have already won.
Official Website to Help Save William Morris Gallery & Vestry House Museum, Walthamstow, Waltham Forest, London
The William Morris gallery is going to be shut down unless we can do something about it. Let's do something about it.
Registration for Hack Day Europe (June 16th-17th) is open. Sign up now! This is going to be a lot of fun.
They're here! New from Moo: NoteCards. Beauteous.
If you're in Dublin on the evening of the 8th of May, come 'round to Bono's hotel to hear me natter on about Ajax.
An ingenious alarm clock that runs away if you don't turn it off quickly enough.
Google Developer Day will be taking place around the globe on May 31st, including a London event. I'll probably be in Copenhagen though.
A new project from Idea Codes (Emily Chang and Max Kiesler): a tag cloud for Twitter.
Joshua Bell goes busking in the Metro. This well-written article could have been disheartening but, as a former busker myself, I found it downright reassuring.
A nicely succinct and surprisingly accurate article on Newsweek all about Twitter.
Sounds like Brighton is ready to become one big WiFi hotspot.
There's now a blog dedicated to the Lifestream concept. It looks the idea (and the word I coined) has legs.
If I were to wear a tie, this would be the tie I would wear.
An ongoing comic on Flickr where the subject matter comes from the "missed connections" posts on Craigslist.