These are my links for January 5th from 11:10 to 23:01:
- Kepler telescope spots ‘Styrofoam’ planet – A giant planet with the density of Styrofoam is one of a clutch of new exoplanets discovered by NASA's Kepler telescope.
- iPhone vs Android: It is Happening Again – Google's support of Apple's iPhone helped make a great and innovative Apple product more successful, and now Google is doing a Microsoft and driving its Android environment hard with new hardware and a more open approach that will create an entire ecosystem of incented hardware makers, software providers and carriers to make Android successful.
- Now you can play Foursquare anywhere – Attention, suburbanites: You, too, can be the mayor of your local Home Depot.
- YouTube – Boise State girl tearin’ it up on the cowbell! [720p] – Happy Cowbell girl is happy.
- Music Blog Zeitgeist of 2009 / The Hype Machine – Forget the magazine editors & big label marketing budgets. This is the best music from 2009 chosen by the most passionate music fans alive: music bloggers.
These are my links for January 2nd through January 4th:
- Techsploitation » Blog Archive » A whole lot of Avatar and whiteness – Avatar is a fantasy about ceasing to be white, giving up the old human meatsack to join the blue people, but never losing white privilege. Jake never really knows what it’s like to be a Na’vi because he always has the option to switch back into human mode.
- Welcome to Project52 – Project52 is a personal challenge geared toward getting fresh content on your website. The goal is to write at least 1 new article per week for 1 year. Because we all know what it‘s like to procrastinate on our content. A website is not just a fresh design that can be uploaded to the web and forgotten about!
- Nic Cage as Everyone – This is weirdly funny.
- Click & Buy – Warum das eine unseriöse Firma ist « The Blog that never sleeps –
- Wired’s 20 Favorite iPhone Apps of 2009 | Gadget Lab | Wired.com –
These are my links for October 22nd through October 27th:
- Wibiya | Homepage –
- Search the Collections – Victoria and Albert Museum –
- A look at how the Volkswagen Automotive Innovation Laboratory (VAIL) is changing the world –
- The Atlantic Online | November 2009 | How I Survived China | James Fallows –
- The US can’t manufacture the Kindle. Is that a problem? –
These are my links for October 7th through October 10th:
These are my links for September 10th through September 11th:
These are my links for April 6th through April 16th:
- – I've got a server on my mobile phone. That's very cool.
- Esquire Theme – Wow. I like it.
- abraham’s twitteroauth at master – GitHub – Since twitter broke Zend_Oauth, I'll need to try this.
- Mediamatic – Beyond Blade Runner: Urban Control (1) – Every American city has its official insignia and slogan, some have municipal mascots, colors, songs, birds, trees, even rocks. But Los Angeles alone has adopted an official Nightmare.
Mike Davis, author of Prisoners of the American Dream en City of Quartz: Excavating the Future in LA (1990) shows how this nightmare is slowly becoming real.
- The Future of Our Cities: Open, Crowdsourced, and Participatory – O’Reilly Radar –
Ich möchte hiermit die geneigten Leser auf Wortvogel, das Blog von Torsten Dewi, insbesondere auf seinen Mammutakt, beinahe jeden Tag des Jahres einen Film zu rezensieren: Kann man gut lesen, da schreibt einer, der weiß, wovon er spricht.
These are my links for March 11th through March 12th:
- Watchmen: Easter Eggs (And Missing Parts) In Watchmen’s Titles –
- Tim Knowles – Postal Works – Spy Box – A digital camera inside a parcel looks out through a small hole and captures images of its journey through the postal system.
- Killed Ideas | Home –
- Sociological Images » Seeing is Believing –
- BBC NEWS | Technology | Stephen Fry: The internet and Me –
Ich habe es ja gerade erst gesagt: Location-Zeugs ist der nächste heiße Scheiß. Daher (und weil ich mal wieder englisch bloggen wollte) nun: Location Stuff
Meint zumindest Anna Wintour, die Chefin der amerikanischen Vogue. Deswegen werden die Blogs der Vogue, die demnächst erscheinen sollen, auch nicht Blog heißen. Sondern vielleicht Vogs? Blogues? [via kottke]