Some Things Need To Change →
10 inspirational videos of data visualizations →
Pick Chair, Tree →
The first foldable cantilever chair, goes from wall art to functional furniture with a flick of the wrist. With an inspiring take on the maximization of space and the transformation of an object from 2D to 3D, it epitomizes Dror Benshetrit’s vision: the emotion of art intertwined with the simple poetics of form following function.
Sad Day For Microsoft: 5,000 Laid Off, Earnings... →
100 meters of existence - a 100m-long photograph →
Technology, Politics and Democracy - O'Reilly... →
change.gov Becomes whitehouse.gov - O'Reilly Radar →
Inaugural Words - 1789 to the Present -... →
As raw as it gets - Skype legend Morten Lund... →
A great photo portfolio site
philosecurity » Blog Archive » Interview with... →
Google Maps - Public Transit Map Layer for Berlin →
They launched 50 other cities, too! I love this. U5-my-heart!
Kvetch! Let it out, baby. →
“A Kvetch is a funny complaint. This site randomly displays kvetches sent via Twitter.” or: Rant as if no one is listening.
That's Not Cool →
Official Google Blog: Powering a Google search →
Seth's Blog: Time to start a newspaper →
“Own your Zip code. The next frontier is local”
Official Google Blog: Google's new favicon →
Hal Varian: Boost Private Investment to Boost the... →
Stanford Students May Have Answer To Video... →
A cool technology, not sure if this will be a $1bn business for cottage industry videomakers.
Notebook (a clever video) →
The Best Links 2008 - kottke.org →
It’ll take me a year to get through them properly… “This is the fifth annual selection of my favorite things I’ve linked to on kottke.org. This year’s list includes games, photography, top-notch journalism, time-related material, architecture, design, and even politics, about 100 links in all.”
( calorie atmosphere cent acre hertz per ( newton... →
The 20 VC Firms Most Exposed To Web 2.0 →
The Biggest Ponzi Scheme of Them All - O'Reilly... →
“Since Bernie Madoff has put Ponzi schemes back onto the front pages, it’s worth considering whether we are all complicit in the biggest Ponzi scheme of them all, the idea that the global economy can grow indefinitely.”
Music Blog Zeitgeist of 2008 / The Hype Machine →
“Listen in Full to the 50 Most Blogged Albums of 2008, For Free”