An attempt to create a standardised icon for geotagged content, much like the standardised icon for RSS.
Archive: April 1st, 2008
A haunting series of portraits taken before and after the subjects' deaths.
Game Neverending is back. For real. Get nostalgic with this blast from the past.
A new WOW hero class has been unveiled: the bard! "direct damage effects like "Epic Solo" that will rock foes into oblivion while powerful Indie debuffs such as "Tape Jam" and "Shoegazer" keep them in check."
The typography on this page is simply gorgeous. And the event looks good too.
The importance of good URL design.
The latest from Moo: the MightyCard.
Ever wanted to remix a Radiohead song? Me neither. But for those who do, they now can.
Joe's latest project is deliberately garish.
The WaSP kicks it up a notch. Putting bookmarks in books was just the beginning. Now you can tag bad developers with the web standards equivalent of the scarlet letter.
You have to be really, really geeky to find this funny. I find this funny.
New from GMail: send email back in time. "Gmail utilizes an e-flux capacitor to resolve issues of causality." In all seriousness though, remember when GMail launched on April 1st, 2004 and everyone that it was a joke?
Now this is how to do the "find your friends" trick. For GMail, Yahoo Mail, and Hotmail, Flickr never once asks for your password. Bravo!