Reviews of twentieth century science fiction novels and anthologies by women writers.
Codebar had a very good 2015.
Of the 137 workshops run, “100 of those workshops were organised by our two busiest chapters, London and Brighton”—50 each.
‘Sfunny, I was just discussing this with Clare and Charlotte at work: how our office space (and culture) lends itself well to spontaneous exchanges of feedback and opinions.
Oh, what a spray! What a lovely spray!
Sounds like a cute idea, right?
In fact it’s the best thing you’re ever likely to read on Peruvian ursine immigration.
Some sensible thoughts from Addy on how Web Components might be peer-reviewed.
Paris Review – “One Murder Is Statistically Utterly Unimportant”: A Conversation with Warren Ellis, Molly Crabapple
Molly Crabapple interviews Warren Ellis. Fun and interesting …much like Molly Crabapple and Warren Ellis.
This slipped past me somehow: a review of Huffduffer by Jason Snell for Macworld.
Thanks, Jason! Glad you like it.
Reviews based entirely on the feel of the knob.
The best review of The Hobbit.
This looks like it could be one alternative to Adobe Shadow or Edge Inspect or whatever they’re calling it now that they’re charging $120 a year for using it.
I look forward to seeing Eyes Wide Shut as a series of Foursquare check-ins.
The game Yakuza 3 as reviewed by 3 Yakuza.
A nice write-up of Huffduffer from Maximum PC.
Some web geeks recommend some movies. I am one of the web geeks.
"I purchased this product 4.47 Billion Years ago and when I opened it today, it was half empty."
The colour scheme is a little odd (though I expect this will change from month to month) but the typography is tasteful and the content is king.