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Archive for January 2010

Bookmarks for 29 Jan 2010

Blairometer: how Twitter rates Tony Blair at Chilcot"Below are the 50 most recent tweets that include the word 'blair' with a minus sign indicating a negative comment and a plus for a positive one" (tony_blair twitter fun chilcot ) The Forrester Blog For Consumer Product Strategy Professionals"I was sitting on the edge of my seat, [...]

Bookmarks for 22 Jan 2010

data.gov.uk launch – a set on FlickrReally great photos from Paul Clarke at the data.gov.uk launch (photography government data open_data launch ) Ooyala scores partnership with Telegraph Media Group, will power its video content"Ooyala, a US-based provider of video platform applications and services, and Telegraph Media Group (TMG) are today announcing that they have signed [...]

Bookmarks for 18 Jan 2010

Agile as a ‘Cargo Cult’ « Made by Many"In our rapidly converging media world, we hear the word “agile” bandied around a lot these days – sometimes, it has to be said, by people who don’t actually have a scooby about what it really means to work in an agile way. [...] It’s like the [...]

Bookmarks for 17 Jan 2010

New York Times Ready to Charge Online Readers — Daily Intel"New York Times Chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr. appears close to announcing that the paper will begin charging for access to its website, according to people familiar with internal deliberations." (nytimes publishing newspapers business_models ) Eigenharp Alpha Unboxing Video on VimeoFetish video — yes, it's an [...]

Bookmarks for 11 Jan 2010

YouTube – Kayla Kavanagh ~ Eigenharp Pico: York MinsterA lovely piece of music on what might ordinarily be a piano synth, but then around the 1m:25s point her fingers stop play the melody… and it carries on without her. She's been recording it, and then for the second half she layers another line on top [...]

Bookmarks for 7 Jan 2010

border-image demonstration pageA great demonstration of 9-slice image use in CSS3. (css webkit borders css3 ) Our top people of 2009 by tags | Help | guardian.co.ukA wonderful side-effect of a well-managed and well-designed content management system, I'd say… "The magic of tags means we can count the number of times we've produced content that [...]