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Archive: December, 2005
Thursday, December 29th, 2005
A blogger who was on a flight that lost cabin pressure blogs about it... with pictures.
Monday, December 26th, 2005
Starbucks employ a creative bit of viral marketing: coffee cups glued to car roofs.
Saturday, December 24th, 2005
Web Ring 2.0
There's a page on the Apple website devoted to Mac mini mods, including one in a Millennium Falcon casing.
Friday, December 23rd, 2005
An interesting take on the recent round of acquisitions by Yahoo.
Thursday, December 22nd, 2005
Molly has written a great article about CSS and urban planning. The ensuing comments are sometimes thought-provoking, but mostly just plain antfucking.
Monday, December 19th, 2005
You can skin Adium using just XHTML and CSS. Who knew?
Friday, December 16th, 2005
Andy Hume has written a superb article about typography on the Web.
Wednesday, December 14th, 2005
Tuesday, December 13th, 2005
Daniel Pink explains folksonomies.
Well, it only makes sense that I'd post this to del.icio.us, doesn't it?
Yahoo! does it again. Now they've gone and snapped up del.icio.us.
Thursday, December 8th, 2005
A list of articles discussing the impact of a reliance on PowerPoint® and bullet-point based communication.
Oh, the irony! I've sparked a veritable orgy of antfucking.
Wednesday, December 7th, 2005
A fun debate featuring Tim O'Reilly, Esther Dyson, Malcom Gladwell, Clay Shirky and Moby.
Tuesday, December 6th, 2005
The Beeb is blogging on TypePad.
Sunday, December 4th, 2005
This series of cartoon panels is funny because it's true.
Create your own Web 2.0 Company. Hit reload to create another potential million dollar idea.
Saturday, December 3rd, 2005
One great web development tip for every day in the Advent calendar, courtesy of Drew McLellan
That should be fun. This not a music presentation - this one's for the geeks.
Mobtagging: Discreetly move all copies of 1984 to a more suitable section, such as "Current Events", "Politics", "History", "True Crime", or "New Non-Fiction."