Archive: May, 2008
A four-year old girl named Adie blogs the photos she takes with her polaroid camera named Polly. That's all.
A blog devoted entirely to the ampersand.
I love the idea of this bit of real-world steampunk alternative history. From May 22nd to June 15th you will be able to use the telectroscope to look into a tunnel through the earth from London to New York.
Hey, look what's back: Webmonkey! Ah, memories.
I would kill to get hold of this Steampunk Mac mini, flat panel monitor and brass keyboard.
The Mars Phoenix probe is twittering its journey to the red planet.
Nostalgia and sexual awakening plotted on a Google Map is a voyeuristic thing.
Last.fm have gathered together the best apps built on their API and put them all in one handy browsable spot.
Cam's latest experiment is insane but brilliant ...sort of like Cam himself.
The secret lives of stormtroopers.
A handy little service that creates an RSS feed of upcoming music releases based on your Last.fm listening history.
A handy Mac app from Google that allows you to record from your iSight and upload directly to YouTube.
Simon's slides and demos from his half-day workshop at XTech.
The Olinda has arrived. I love the physical API.
The writing is wonderful; the subject matter, not so much.
Here are the fruits of the latest code push at Pownce: the ability to share files with the public and a tenfold increase in the file size limit.
The selector of the beast does not exist.
Excellent explanation of DRM by Mark Pilgrim, prompted by MSN Music's gunshot to the head.