Disclosure: I also refer to friends by saying "Yo, G." I'm so sorry.
posted at 3:30 pm
on Jan. 26, 2005
I'm late to link this, but I'm still amazed. I really liked Eziba's stuff (I didn't get a catalog).
posted at 8:36 pm
This one takes a little explaining. Basically, there's a group on Flickr (a photo sharing service) called Squared Circle (all the pictures are square, and they're of circular objects). This person took the first 2704 images (a Fibonacci sequence number) and made a great big circle out of the images, sorted by luminescence and hue. The result: Amazing.
posted at 11:58 pm
But props to him for the effort.
posted at 8:10 pm
Communication Arts writes about successful co-operation between graphic designers and the U.S. gover
Without any illustrations online, it seems. Harumph.
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I need to get my Canon G2 fixed. It rattles. That's rarely a standard feature of an electronic device.
posted at 3:56 pm
Question of the day: Is there any Mac product that *isn't* fetishized?
posted at 3:46 pm
This is why I haven't been allowed to drive my own car since I got to Vancouver
posted at 4:28 pm
To save you time: No, it isn't. [via Jeremy Zawodny's linkblog]
posted at 11:30 pm
The Rasterbator (got your attention!) allows you to print a single photo really large on multiple sh
It's a free servce provided by The Sect of Homokaasu. See my experimental PDF result here.
posted at 8:19 pm
The site says it's just been registered. Hmmm. 3 a.m. UPDATE: I guess it was a temporary disruption.
posted at 7:36 pm
It’s going to be very wet for the next few days in Vancouver with up to 300 millimetres of rain fore
By comparison, L.A. has had 226 mm so far in January.
posted at 7:23 pm
The video for "Dream of Me" is pretty good, too.
posted at 4:40 pm
I wholeheartedly support software companies doing this -- giving away the old versions of their products. I also think that their EE product is great.
posted at 5:18 pm
It currently has 1.3 million articles, of which 450,000 are in English.
posted at 5:17 am
It's amazing how many planes there are in such a tiny area.
posted at 7:40 pm
More impressive: He can ride a bike!
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Actually, it was January 5th. But it's never too late; in fact, I'm still accepting Christmas presents, too.
posted at 8:18 pm
Browser Statistics, from a site used primarily by Web designers (so likely more experimental and sav
It says Firefox is at 18-20%. That's amazing.
posted at 1:16 pm
Or maybe not: Pen Island. Not just a joke anymore.
posted at 12:07 am
But both are pretty rockin'.
posted at 9:44 pm
Unfortunately for him, his mind and reality are several kilometers apart.
posted at 8:44 pm
This will come in handy, I know it.
posted at 10:42 pm
From Kentucky to Kennedy to Lincoln to KyFC to Kantacky, it's a long strange journey. Update: Satan's Laundromat: Imitation chicken: states, too
posted at 10:31 pm
Heinz, of course.
posted at 3:55 am
Interesting: The mere presence of links gives a higher degree of authenticity to this list. Something traditional media ought to consider when they think about their linking policies.
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The New York Times: How Scientists and Victims Watched Helplessly. A long and well written tsunami r
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