- Zatz Not Funny – Logitech Harmony 520 In The Flesh
- Denver Tech Meetup Scheduled – I’ll be there.
- They Did it Their Way – but then again, too few to mention…
- Yankees Fans Pour Beer On Me, Then Steal My Hotel Room – go Sox!
- The Wall of Death – while this resonates with me, I think that scope creep can sometimes be a good thing. I should write more on this subject at some point.
- HTML output for commands – whenever I read about the cool things you can do with TextMate via a multi-step process and leveraging the flexible “write the feature yourself” architecture, it reminds me of the difference between a solution I build for myself and one that I put into a product that I ship.
- A List Apart: Articles: CSS Swag: Multi-Column Lists – I was hopeful when I saw the headline, but unfortunately the real conclusion here is that there is no good way to do multi-column lists with XHTML and CSS.
- DRM: It’s Going to Get Worse, and May Not Get Better
- The Gadgeteer – LeakFrog Water Alarm – Hey Jason…
- Doonesbury 2005-09-29
- Alice Hill’s Real Tech News – Independent Tech – Whoops! Palm CEO Shows Live Audience Bill Gates’ Cell Phone Number
- Rent my DVR
- Bill Manning’s Blog – A funny bush joke – groan…
- joshteeters.org – Intarweb Emotions
- Signs of Art – yes – this is how scope creep can be good:
A lot of folks freak out when they see a brand new feature in the product two weeks before the feature complete milestone. Yeah, it’s called feature creep and it’s hard to ship a moving target, but it’s worse to ship bits that are uninspired.
- TextDrive Weblog: Hey! I CAN use just one password for Everything! (Slaps forehead)
- Camino T-Shirts
- don’t panic
- Om Malik’s Broadband Blog – Google Confirms Free San Francisco WiFi Plans
Capsule, The Developer’s Code Journal
I’m very pleased today to announce the release of Capsule, the developer’s code journal. Capsule replaces the scratch document you have…