- Infectious Greed: Data Should be the Intel Outside
- Fun at Gnomedex
…Microsoft announcement that they’re adding RSS support to IE7 and Longhorn. … it means more and more people will use RSS and more and more sites will have feeds.
- [ECHENG.COM] Web Journal :: Magic de-megapixelling of cameras
- US acknowledges torture at Guantanamo; in Iraq, Afghanistan – UN – Forbes.com (thanks Eric)
- Google Earth – Common Questions – bah!
We currently do not offer a Macintosh version of Google Earth.
- New Book: Bulletproof Web Design
- Simple MySQL Backup
- Newton 650 – drool!
- Yahoo overhauls free Web e-mail service
- Poll: Bush disapproval ratings hit high point
- It’s Brisk Baby!
- Moonlight Graham’s one game stuff of legend – Love Field of Dreams, didn’t know this.
- Internet transforms modern life
- My 2005 All-Stars: National League — The Hardball Times
- Daring Fireball: Shuffling
- Hack and Slash – The laws of web design. (thanks Donncha)
- I’m No Reporter – I’ve been eyeing the one with grid paper. I know it’s a business expense, but I just can’t pull the trigger on ~$17 for a notepad.
- Adult site sues Amazon over sexy images | CNET News.com
- Banking on RSS | News.blog | CNET News.com
- Sun debuts its first laptop | News.blog | CNET News.com
- TextDrive Community Forum / Strong passwords, again
- Porting to Intel Macs
This kind of thing is really what Mozilla development has been about for me lately. I don’t sit down and write tons of code all the time – I spend a lot of time bringing together the pieces needed to accomplish something, testing them, fixing them, and doing what need to be done to get them merged into our codebase.