Posts from February 2006

28th February, 7:00 pm

random google find - this book review is genius

28th February, 2:24 pm

flash breast simulation. the effort that went into this is staggering [via coates]

27th February, 3:29 pm

wp's notes on the differences between british and american number pronouciation are very interesting [via erik kastner]

24th February, 10:56 am

the klf created pete doherty? now that would be funny

23rd February, 5:03 pm

the us patent syetem is just plain dumb

21st February, 3:52 pm

james wheare found an excellent hidden resource for the uk mapping crowd - a publically accessible database of all uk bus network geo locations (bus stops, etc) called NapTAN. seems like anyone can sign up and get the data. woo

21st February, 1:55 pm

i was interviewed for the guardian by mike butcher. the article got cut, but a version of it is available online.

21st February, 1:54 pm

i can't stand listening to myself, but if you can bear it a podcast from the london webapps summit is online. oh, and all the other speakers too.

20th February, 11:26 pm

todo: ask leonard what music this is and why it sounds so familiar (leonard knows all) update: the song is heartbeats by jose gonzalez from his 2005 album veneer. it's familiar as it was used in the sony bravia advert (think bouncing balls). thanks to everyone who emailed, phoned, IM'd or spoke to me on the bus.

20th February, 10:18 am

google maps meets world of warcraft? awesome

17th February, 11:02 pm

nerd distractions - a conversation in comments between warren ellis and joss whedon

8th February, 4:17 pm

threadless are doing a secret sale - buy 3 or more shirts and enter the code 'tenbucks87' at the checkout and you'll get them for $10 each. you have until feb 25th - tell everyone you know.

3rd February, 3:17 pm

escapist is a wonderful online gaming mag. well worth a read [via grim]

2nd February, 10:45 pm

nobody told me the cabal had gotten back together

2nd February, 1:54 pm

a softer world is a very wry pseudo-comic

1st February, 11:09 pm

map24 is a nice java based mapping app [via george]

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