Split-rail fence - Wikipedia, the free... →
Trendpedia (beta) - Social media monitoring, buzz... →
Rethinking the blog comment policy →
vasta: Ever read something on this site and feel like you need to respond? Apparently, you’re not the only one. In the past two weeks, I have received at least ten emails or Twitter messages asking me why I have disabled comments on Eloquation; most of them requested that I open up comments and allow the conversation to grow around my writing. I’m thinking about it. But before I do, some...
Jeffrey Zeldman Presents : The vanishing personal... →
Nice post from JZ on the outsourcing of personal content publishing. “Our personal sites, once our primary points of online presence, are becoming sock drawers for displaced first-person content.”
Filene’s Basement – Where Bargains Were Born →
Meme genies and a meeting of minds →
As the government contemplates a law to criminalise “reckless”...– Guy Fawkes’ blog of parliamentary plots, rumours and conspiracy: How to Hack Harriet Harman
New York Manhole Covers, Forged Barefoot in India... →
Social Media still on rise: Comparative global... →
Universal McCann has recently published its comparative study following Social Media trends by three waves: September 2006 (Wave 1), June 2007 (Wave 2) March 2008 (Wave 3).
Interesting exhibition of people spotted on the street who dress alike - fashion tribes?
Making the voice of the Daleks →
BBC NEWS | Magazine | Four sound effects that made... →
The BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop, a pioneering force in sound effects, would have been 50 this month. Ten years after it was disbanded, what remains of its former glory?
Full Circle Associates » A Slow Community... →
Have we been âcommunitiedâ to death? Has the abundance of choice, the speed with which commercial ventures have yet again jumped on to the âcommunityâ bandwagon anesthetized us to what…
I have never before, during all my time in the capital city, witnessed such a...– Boris V Ken V Brian
NHK "MOJA-MOGI" by Yugo Nakamura →
Weird hair thing. Move your mouse to change his hairstyle.
“Ghoti” before Shaw →
nostrich: The word “ghoti” — a respelling of “fish” that demonstrates ambiguities in English spelling — is usually attributed to George Bernard Shaw. But this blog entry on Language log discusses a letter that has been found that cites a source from 1855 using the word, which is an antedating of over 80 years before the last known source of the word, and 1 year before Shaw’s birth. Incredible. ...
24 hours in pictures →
10 top folk festivals →
Video: Lion cub triplets →
Farewell to the SuperSaver as train tickets change... →
Photo Histories →
Tales from Photography
Brazilian priest missing after balloon lift-off →
Test: Six Spaces of social media →
Brilliant article from Matt I forgot to bookmark when he first published it.
Knock knock Who’s there? Philip Philip who? Knock knock Who’s...– Music Jokes, Phillip Glass
Co-op clashes with organic group over CO2 and food... →
Khoi Vinh -- Talk to the Newsroom -- The New York... →
Khoi Vinh, design director of NYTimes.com, is answering questions from readers April 21-25.
Can User-Generated Content Generate Revenue? -... →
In the US, eMarketer projects that the number of user-generated content creators will rise from 77 million in 2007 to 108 million in 2012.
Learning what makes Facebook tick →
The Psychology of Facebook is the brainchild of Professor B J Fogg, a pioneering persuasion psychologist who founded the Persuasive Technology Lab at Stanford (though the BBC news site has it down as…
The Long Tail: What would radical transparency... →
We don’t know (and neither does anyone else) but what’s clear is that the landscape and reader expectations have changed dramatically since the mid-90s, when wired.com was first taking shape
Martin Wainwright on the shortage of fig roll's in... →
Flickr tools | mentalaxis →
BBC NEWS | Technology | London skyline time-slip... →
A circular photo gallery on London’s Southbank is capturing images every five seconds for three days.
TUJIKO NORIKO →
Real People Don't Have Time for Social Media -... →
INTERNATIONAL SPY MUSEUM →
London teen orders 'cab, innit' | The Register →
Retail display supplier duly obliges
The Rather Difficult Font Game →
I got 27 right. It’s fiendish, though.
Color Wars 2008 » Youngme / Nowme →
Planypus : Make plans with your friends →