Archive for June, 2010

Things I Found Interesting Around June 13th

Destroyer of the VoidNew album from Blitzen Trapper Tactical Scrum Plane Deformations (HTML5) Introduction to Stateful Plugins and the Widget Factory I ♥ BLUR Time Zones Pixar films don’t get finished, they just get released jQuery: Storing and retrieving data related to elements

Things I Found Interesting Around June 12th

TypeWith.meOnline text editor where multiple people can type at the same time DEATH DEATH DEATHBook created by an algorithm of how different words are associated with the word death Git commit commandsFor my further reference, now that I’m using GitHub Build a tower, build a teamTeams have to build towers out of dried spaghetti, tape, […]

Things I Found Interesting Around June 10th

HoverApparently the first non-ridiculous domain registrant Create a Poll with Instant Public Results Once you go SSD…I really really want to do this on my MacBook Pro How to enable Safari Reader on your site?Looks like there is some very specific algorithm stuff to get that [reader] button to pop up in Safari 5 Remove […]

Citywide Celebration

Chicago went nuts last night after the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup for the first time in 49 years. I live in a pretty quiet neighborhood, but you could hear people taking to the streets, lighting off fireworks, and most off all just driving their cars around honking their horns. I was thinking the exact […]

Things I Found Interesting Around June 8th

Setup a Memcached-Enabled MAMP Sandbox EnvironmentI’m not even sure what this means but I had to do it. Intellectual honesty and html5Hey, are you guys ever going to support html5? Like, what? Are you fucking kidding me? Truth that marketing works. The perception-to-reality gap is giant. Coda Notes: a Safari Extension Safari 5: Another Step […]

Things I Found Interesting Around June 5th

InstinctivAlternative Mac music listening program. I like the concert tickets integraiton Smokescreen | Joshua Bell Pulitzer Prize Winning Washington Post FeatureOld story, but this amazing violinist plays in the subway and nobody cares, same violinist playing later that night for a packed house at $100 a seat.

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