iCan isn't launched, and already it has enemies [via haddock]
nowheregirl is on hold until next year [via #h8luff]
For the SVG crowd again - a map experiment with splines. (takes a while to load and render)
A trillion years old now, but never mentioned here. until now. blogtree
This huge pixel art is great [via jason pultz]
Hot on the heels of the london bloggers site rebuild comes this nifty interactive London transport map. You'll need a PC with the Adobe SVG viewer to play with it.
Group hug is both great and extremely depressing [via The Face, among others]
London Bloggers is back with a new design and a fancy little widget:
The tale has been updated, thanks to Matt Squirrell (username "Grim..." on this site).
Could [this story](http://www.stalbansobserver.co.uk/news/display.var.731642.index.pierced_man_told_to_wear_box_on_his_head.html
) have the best headline ever? [via jess]
Casemod'ing is kind of lame. Unless you have a pair of sunfire 15k's [via sal]
The lovely drew (who has a column in .net magazine) has published his first novella. it's good.
All of my articles are now available in PDF form, thanks to fpdf (pointed out to me by jeffld).
Reader Millington's new book is out.
You should read Acts of gord
Would this experiment work in the UK? I doubt it, but would like to try :)
A perhaps useful resource i put together - the HTML entities table. Because it's online (i already have it in book form, many times over), you can actually see which entities work in which browsers. Snazzy. The table is generated on the fly from the W3C entity DTD.