Excellent! Scott has his own URL now. If you haven’t read everything he has written so far, start from the start and read every single post.
A great piece by James on the architecture, aesthetics and perception of datacenters.
This code could be useful in determining a user’s bandwidth.
This is an excellent idea: buy up a communications satellite and use it to provide free internet. I kinda wish it were a Kickstarter project though.
Six degrees of separation as applied to Wikipedia articles. Read on to find the Kevin Bacon of Wikipedia pages.
Mark Pesce's closing keynote from Web Directions South 2008. Great stuff, as always.
A collection of network diagrams and visualisations from the simple to the sublime.
Tim Bray echoes my thoughts on conferences. "And let’s be brutal: at most conferences, there are two ways to get a talk accepted: submit an interesting talk, or bribe the conference organizer. Oops, sorry: I meant “be a platinum sponsor”."