Archive: May, 2008

AJAX Libraries API - Google Code

Google is now hosting all the major JavaScript libraries. The caching benefits should be good news for your users.

Adie Loves Polly

A four-year old girl named Adie blogs the photos she takes with her polaroid camera named Polly. That's all.

The Ampersand

A blog devoted entirely to the ampersand.

The Telectroscope – 22 May-15 June 2008. London and New York.

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.

Webmonkey: the Web Developers Resource

Hey, look what's back: Webmonkey! Ah, memories.

Dave Veloz's Mac Mini Mod, Monitor, & Keyboard | The Steampunk Workshop

I would kill to get hold of this Steampunk Mac mini, flat panel monitor and brass keyboard.

Twitter / MarsPhoenix

The Mars Phoenix probe is twittering its journey to the red planet.

Driven By Boredom 3.0 » Archive » Nascent Sexuality Polaroid Study

Nostalgia and sexual awakening plotted on a Google Map is a voyeuristic thing.

Build Last.fm: Extend your Last.fm experience

Last.fm have gathered together the best apps built on their API and put them all in one handy browsable spot.

Google Doctype - Google Code

This looks like it could be a very valuable resource indeed: a user-contributed and edited reference for HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

Cubescape - Your own digital landscape

Cam's latest experiment is insane but brilliant ...sort of like Cam himself.

Storm Troopin' - a set on Flickr

The secret lives of stormtroopers.

soundamus - new and upcoming music releases from the artists you listen to

A handy little service that creates an RSS feed of upcoming music releases based on your Last.fm listening history.

vidnik - Google Code

A handy Mac app from Google that allows you to record from your iSight and upload directly to YouTube.

Unobtrusive JavaScript with jQuery

Simon's slides and demos from his half-day workshop at XTech.

Olinda (Schulze & Webb)

The Olinda has arrived. I love the physical API.

John Resig - Processing.js

John gave us a sneak peak of this at @media Ajax last November: Processing ported to JavaScript using canvas. Check out the demos and be amazed.

Gross Things That Happen To Your Body: Ten Days In The Life Of A Tampon

The writing is wonderful; the subject matter, not so much.

The Pownce Blog » Blog Archive » Public file sharing and increased file sizes!

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.

Selectors

The selector of the beast does not exist.

The day the music died [dive into mark]

Excellent explanation of DRM by Mark Pilgrim, prompted by MSN Music's gunshot to the head.