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I haven’t got the plugin installed that lets you ping a post back to the index without disrupting the order of the posts so I can’t highlight the post, but I wanted to show you the most recent comment from an old ...
Wow, I hadn’t noticed that MySpace runs on Cold Fusion… I find eBay occasionally searching for missing dll files, so I guess anything is possible;-)Techno-bollocks,
I love this use of as big as a house on this Italian forum iMovie ‘06: commenti e impressioni [Archivio] - Forum MacitynetTechno-bollocks,
Just got back from UGtv, crashed on the couch and have just woken up to Open University classics. How to give yourself jetlag without ever getting on a plane…
Am off to UGTV ‘06 — User-Generated TV summit I’ll let you know how it goes.
Wow, thanks to all the great folk out there commenting on the Pea harvest blog project:-)
Russel Davies has some nice things to say about Colin Wright’s pea harvest blog russell davies: blogging for peas
What a great idea
Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence Platforms, 1Q06
I can’t believe I’m the only blogger who uses the category Techno-bollocks…Techno-bollocks,
Apache on Symbian. Just imagine what you could do with that (updating walled gardens in poor connection areas for example). Now if only I was smart enough to install and try this thing myself;-)Techno-bollocks,
I’ve been working with a man called Colin Wright over at Birdseye. It’s been really interesting helping his team get started online. We helped the corporates look into their organisation, find a voice with a genui...
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Jed sent me this drawing a while back. Just came across it again and thought I would post a shot. For those that haven’t met Jed, he draws. He sketches constantly.Family,
So OK, what’s with the Numa thing? Could someone explain why hundreds of youtubers were lipsyncing to Numa numa and what is it about this gang that the comments are particularly bitchy?
Just came across a fabulous post by Joel Spolsky from back in 2001.Techno-bollocks,
Just came across a fantastic video on youtube. Matt, the guy responsible writes about the adventure on his blog: Where the Hell is Matt? New York, NY It’s Done
Hey, Andy’s done another redesign and he’s uploaded a song too :-)
Always partial to a good shaving story me, well, here’s Alex B’s first encounter with the MP3Power shaver thingy…
There appears to be some debate about the relative superiority of the Nintendo DS and Sony’s PSP. Unusually for this kind of online debate, the quality of the language is very high.
I was gonna get this sexy-looking piece of kit but darn, look at those reviews, one guy is saying it’s great, the next it sucks… Anyone had a go out there wants to point me in the right direction?
With all those “experiences of one” going on out there it gets ever more difficult to know what people are talking about. Check out this comment on a psp-tagged page
Wired 14.06: The Rise of Crowdsourcing
Good piece on FMCG blogging over at Positive Impact (one of Hill & Knowlton’s Collective Conversation channels)
University of Pennsylvania are introducing a tagging system to complement their library’s traditional structure:
When Daniel and I were very young junior art directors pounding Manhattan pavement armed with our absurdly large black boxes in search of our first job in advertising, all we could talk about was British ads. It w...
Browsing the Apple website in search of support details and came across thisPicture stuff,
mySociety � Blog Archive � This is what transparency means
Just uploading the sys file to my N70…alebic.net � flash, flash lite, multimedia and all related… ;-)Techno-bollocks,
Been playing with the Flash client for BBC News. It’s another example of a technology maturing and converging to the point where it just works. I think this longtime Flash-avoider may have found a new friend in Fl...Techno-bollocks,