- Laravel – Clean & Classy PHP Web Development
- A RESTful PHP framework. Looks interesting.
- The loss of @towerbridge from a cultural point of view | Stef Lewandowski
- Repressive Tolerance
- The tax haven in the heart of Britain
- I did not know that about the City of London
- How Tower Bridge Changed My Relationship With Twitter
- Andy Budd on how the Tower Bridge mash-up was one of the first of it's kind and inspiring in that way.
These are my links for December 22nd through January 1st:
These are my links for August 31st through September 1st:
- Open Flash Chart – Home –
- Precision Voting –
- The Hot Waitress Index – The hotter the waitresses, the weaker the economy.
- Wie JAKO anderen Leuten das letzte Trikot auszieht | allesaussersport – Der Sportartikelhersteller Jako geht massiv gegen einen Fußballblogger vor. allesaussersport hat die Geschichte/Hintergründe.
- James May set to live in Lego house | Mail Online – In an area called *Dorking* – I love it.
These are my links for August 9th through August 10th:
- So What if STAR WARS Was Real? | GeekTyrant – Heh.
- Tiny Tiny RSS – A PHP and Ajax feed reader – This looks kinda neat as a self-hosted web based feed-reader.
- TightURL Project Page – Time for my own url shortener.
- Diele – Die Eismacher — Portal – Muss ich ausprobieren.
- Bulletin August/September 2009 – The Information Architecture of Social Experience Design: Five Principles, Five Anti-Patterns and 96 Patterns
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 –