The unstoppable rise of Trajan.
Saturday, July 30th, 2005
Wednesday, July 27th, 2005
Podcasting has an anthem.
Monday, July 25th, 2005
Download the PDF of the slides and play around with the demo from Tim Lucas' recent presentation.
A nice homage to Cindy Sherman.
Ajax in The Guardian.
The BBC talk to the hacker/conspiracy theorist awaiting extradition to the US. He's a bit of a loony but he's harmless.
Saturday, July 23rd, 2005
If Holbein had been a street artist, the results might have looked something like this.
Suck it up, ya fixed width losers: your favourite escape clause has just been deflated. "Twenty college-age students read news articles displayed in 35, 55, 75, or 95 characters per line (cpl) from a computer monitor. Results showed that passages formatte
Friday, July 22nd, 2005
Own a mile of Ben Saunders' trip to the South Pole.
Wednesday, July 20th, 2005
Mike has a really nice stopgap technique for improving your site on mobile devices.
A wonderful commemeration of the first Apollo landing, courtesy of Google. Be sure to zoom all the way in.
Viral marketing gone so, so wrong. Thanks Cindy.
Tuesday, July 19th, 2005
This is a beautiful blog.
Yet another Ajax implementation, but this one is making some bold claims regarding accesibility. I must investigate further.
Sunday, July 17th, 2005
A nice use of CSS.
"On a police stake-out, the action will only ever take place when food is being consumed and scalding hot coffees are perched precariously on the dashboard..."
You'd think someone in the architect's office would have spotted this.
Why look to Mars for anthropomorphised geographical features when we've got them right here on Earth?
Saturday, July 16th, 2005
So long and thanks for all the puppies.
Thursday, July 14th, 2005
This is deep, deep, deep within the uncanny valley. *shudder*
Wednesday, July 13th, 2005
A nice introduction the XMLHttpRequest object by Cameron Adams.
This is cool and frightening in equal measures. Eric uses the Google API to demonstrate the effect of nuclear detonations on American cities.
Monday, July 11th, 2005
The fascinating anonymous blog of an English magistrate (Justice of the Peace).
Weep not, Ethan! SVG lives... possibly in Safari and Dashboard.
This is for real. The text of a bill being proposed in Idaho to commend Napoleon Dynamite "for showcasing the positive aspects of Idaho's youth, rural culture, education system, athletics, economic prosperity and diversity."
Scroll down to the end - Apple are offering a command line tool for adding chapters to podcasts. You can also add images which will show up in the artwork window of iTunes.
A fantastic online music store from the Smithsonian. You can download MP3s and liner notes.
Thursday, July 7th, 2005
BBC coverage of the bomb blasts in London
A photo pool of pictures relating to the bomb blasts in London today.
The Guardian blog is keeping a running update on events in London.
A Wikipedia entry on today's bombings is proving to be a valuable resource.
Wednesday, July 6th, 2005
An excellent alternative to the inline cruft so common in most Ajax applications.
Monday, July 4th, 2005
Amazing news! George Bush says, "Let's get rid of all subsidies together. Let's join hands as wealthy industrialised nations and say to the world, we're going to get rid of all our subsidies together."
Kick All Agricultural Subsidies. Here's a blog I can really get behind.
Friday, July 1st, 2005
Mark is beginning a new five part series similar to his one on typography. If you haven't done so yet, subscribe to his RSS feed.
It's funny because it's true.
He described the atmosphere on the world wide web as a free-for-all that was “close to that of unpoliced conversation.” Um... I have to admit that I've never had a policed conversation, online or off.