Excellent journalism combined with excellent art direction into something that feels just right for the medium of the web.
Photographs from the archive of the New York Times.
An interactive timeline where we, the wise crowd, can add our predictions (although the timeline for the past, showing important technological breakthroughs, is bizarrely missing Cooke and Wheatsone’s telegraph).
Those lovely BERG chaps profiled in the New York Times.
A profile of those whacky Brooklyn Studiomates.
James Bridle's dConstruct artefact is in the New York Times.
Beautifully done with HTML5 and font linking.
Andy Baio gets his first by-line in a national newspaper (based on an article from Waxy.org).
The Napoleon Dynamite problem at Netflix: basement hackers and amateur mathematicians are competing to improve the program that Netflix uses to recommend DVDs â€” and to win $1 million in the process.
Andrew gave a peak under the skirts of The New York Times in his presentation at the Web Apps Summit. Here's a list of the demos he showed.
Coworking is on the radar of mainstream media. This article even includes a mention of Brighton & Hove's very own The Werks.
This makes me feel all warm and fuzzy: the New York Times talking about microformats.
An article about Twitter focusing on one threatened suicide and one averted break-up. Leisa and her excellent phrase "ambient intimacy" are quoted.
Excellent news from the New York Times: no more charging for content. Finally, I can link to NYT articles from blog posts (and del.icio.us).