Interaction design • webdevelopment • web art • photography

November 2011 (continued)

RT @anildash: Facebook is gaslighting the web. Here's the evidence, and how to fix it:

RT @RobHeerdink: Oxysept geeft 1 van zijn even zeldzame als briljante updates: werken voor de bank.

September 2011

Alien 3: The Lost Tale Of The Wooden Planet

RT @drogersuk: New blog: 'QR codes and security - my take' ake.html #mobile #security #qr

RT @paulrouget: I bought a WebOS device and went to Taiwan, what I have learned:

July 2011

The Funambulist: Learning from Doom, cyber-archeology from-doom-by-viktor-timofeev/ (v/ MeFi)

If your website's full of assholes, it's your fault our-fault.html (by @anildash)

RT @jeresig: Wrote up some back story regarding Hiroshige's classic print 'Sea off Satta Point' for Museum Reddit: point_1859/c23hovy?context=3

May 2010

Wikipedia - Diegesis - Film sound and music

Sound in films is termed diegetic if it is part of the narrative sphere of the film. For instance, if a character in the film is playing a piano, or turns on a CD player, the resulting sound is "diegetic." If, on the other hand, music plays in the background but cannot be heard by the film's characters, it is termed non-diegetic or, more accurately, extra-diegetic. The score of a film is "non-diegetic" sound. Some examples...

February 2010

On MicroSD Problems - interesting forensic investigation by Chumby hardware developer Bunnie [via]

Conversation with Metafilter Founder Matt Haughey [via]

January 2010

The Things by Peter Watts

December 2009

The Year in Media Errors and Corrections | Regret the Error [via]

Vice Magazine interviews The Wire's David Simon [via]

ASCII by Jason Scott / ARC/ZIP Perspective by Dean W. Cooper

Cardus - You Had Me at 'Hello' [via]

November 2009

Frickin’ Lasers! (and Pico Projectors) « random($foo) [via] | Blog » Flickr as a paintbrush [more] [via]

Why do we have an IMG element? [dive into mark] [via]

Greg Knauss - An Addict is a Sad Thing

October 2009

ST(O) : If all stories were written like science fiction stories [via]

September 2009

Your Post Box Is Too Small - [via]

In praise of the sci-fi corridor - Den of Geek [via]

August 2009

The Most Interesting New Tech Startup of 2009 - Anil Dash

June 2009

Exclusive: The Future of Facebook Usernames - Anil Dash

December 2008

BLDGBLOG: Nuclear Urbanism [via]

Edge Online - The Making of... Dune II [via]

November 2008

The New Adventures of Mr Stephen Fry - Don’t Mind Your Language… [via]

October 2008

One Sentence - True stories, told in one sentence [more] [via]

August 2008

A Fistful of Euros - Adventures in European subtitling [via]

July 2008

the nonist - Crows and Coins [via]

June 2008

May 2008

Built-in Windows Command-Line Security Tools [more] [via]

Kleine Dingen - Top 10 van mooiste namen in de filmwereld [more]

Coding Horror: Oh Yeah? Fork You! or why resizing the text window in Pidgin doesn't work anymore [related] [via]

iRi - What Every Programmer Needs To Know About Encoding [more]

April 2008

DadHacker - Donkey Kong and Me [more] [via]

February 2008

Haruki Murakami interview with GQ Korea
Offline. [via]

Freedom to Tinker - New $2B Dutch Transport Card is Insecure [via]

December 2007

Language Log: The Etiology and Elaboration of a Flagrant Mistranslation [via]

Ask MetaFilter - Tales of Hacker Folklore [via]

November 2007

Polyglot Vegetarian: Hangul Day [via]

ASCII by Jason Scott: The Render Junkie - about the early days of raytracing [via]

October 2007

AnandTech - The LCD Thread

Naar Voren over Schaalbaarheid van PHP-applicaties

Far Outliers - Etymologically, Myanmar = Burma [related] [via]

September 2007

Stephen Fry - Let Fame [via]

MarkovFilter is an application that parses (random samples of) a [Metafilter user's] comment history and creates a new comment via an elegant probabilistic model known as Markov Chains.

August 2007

June 2007

ASCII by Jason Scott - a weblog [via]

The Reeler - "A Hell of an Experience", interview with Leon Vitali, Stanley Kubrick's assistant [via]

May 2007

The Ward-O-Matic: An Unusual Mother's Day Gift [via]

Wikipedia - Lamest edit wars [via]

April 2007

BLDGBLOG: The Heliocentric Pantheon: An Interview with film editor Walter Murch [via]

March 2007

The Criterion Contraption - watching and reviewing every DVD in the Criterion Collection [via]

January 2007

Observations on film art and Film Art - planimetric composition or "mug-shot framing" in films [more] [via]

Literally, A Web Log - An English language grammar blog tracking abuse of the word literally [via]

TV Squad - Star Trek TNG recaps by Wil Wheaton [via]

Why Super Nintendos Lose Their Color: Plastic Discoloration in Classic Machines [via]

December 2006

How FRASIER came to be - Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 [via]

Beyond3D - an investigation into the origin of Quake 3's fast InvSqrt() [via]

November 2006

The Six Dumbest Ideas in Computer Security [via]

October 2006

Coding Horror: CAPTCHA effectiveness [via]

Joe Clark - How not to fix HTML [via]

The Loom : Homo floresiensis: Two Years Out [via]

September 2006

Martenhoepla - Zo weinig tijd, zo veel beschadigde kegeltjes en staafjes [related] [via]

Avi Rubin's Blog: My day at the polls - Maryland primary '06 - on voting machine security [via] The golden age for wannabe programmers [via]

Matt Haughey on YouTube, Flickr and The Bandwidth Problem [via] - A fundamental way newspaper sites need to change [via]

Schneier on Security: Microsoft and FairUse4WM [via]

Twitch - overview/reviews of Studio 4C animation shorts [via]

August 2006

defective yeti: Mold In The White House

Matt Webb's latest slideshow: Iterative architecture (built on an internet of things) [via]

Schneier on Security: Human/Bear Security Trade-Off [via]

Wikipedia - Maneki Neko [via]

National Politics within Virtual Game Worlds: The Case of China [via]

July 2006

Joel on Software - Travelers Insurance: Drop Dead. Log it, don't count it [via]

Richard Feynman and The Connection Machine [via]

June 2006

Wikipedia - Shoot 'em up games

Joe Clark - The wrong people’s Internets [via]

17 Mistakes Microsoft Made in the Xbox Security System [via]

Mark Pilgrim on open data formats and why he's moving away from Apple [related] [via]

Joel on Software - My First BillG Review [via]

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