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links for 2008-02-26

Twitter / tencommandments Via Alex Rainert: http://twitter.com/arainert (tags: twitter etiquette) Least helpful apartment listing photo of all time Via Curbed (tags: craigslist funny) The LinkedIn Blog: Announcing LinkedIn Mobile (tags: socialnetworking linkedin mobile wap) How To Manage Your Online Reputation – ReadWriteWeb How Trackur matches up against Google Alerts, Technorati, Monitor This, Naymz, Rapleaf, etc. [Keep Reading...]

links for 2008-02-25

MAKE: Blog: Macbook air – yes, it can be laser etched Mine cost way too much to irreversibly decorate, but perhaps you’d like to put a monkey on your Air. (tags: macbook_air personalization fun) Facebook Fatigue? Visitors Level Off In the U.S. Is Facebook app spam driving users away? I certainly don’t use it as [Keep Reading...]

links for 2008-02-24

Facebook Targets FriendFeed; Opening Up The News Feed Facebook plans to allow users to add activities from FriendFeed directly into their Facebook news feed. (tags: community facebook friendfeed lifestream socialnetworking) Commuter Feed Commuter Feed is a Twitter mashup that aggregates traffic reports. Users tweet traffic updates to a Twitter robot along with an airport code [Keep Reading...]

Firefox 3 Beta 3 vs. Firefox 2.0

On February 12, Mozilla made Firefox 3 Beta 3 available for download. They call this a developer release for testing purposes only, but with all the cool features I’ve been hearing about I just couldn’t resist. For those of you who aren’t as willing to ignore small bugs and usability flaws — I work on [Keep Reading...]

links for 2008-02-23

XHTML Challenge: Home – Comparing sites based on xhtml markup (tags: xhtml code challenge markup) Photojojo’s Photo Time Capsule (tags: flickr photography photojojo) Oh, Twitter! A place to find all things Twitter, created by a couple who met over Twitter. (tags: twitter blog) Iconfactory: Xscope A powerful set of tools for measuring, aligning and inspecting [Keep Reading...]

Nine Reasons Why I Love the Roomba

My manager Josh talks about his Roomba a lot. His family owns two — one for each floor of their house — and he swears it has helped to avert arguments with his wife because they no longer have to vacuum. Despite the fact that I live in a studio and basically have no excuse [Keep Reading...]

New blog template is up

I got tired of White as Milk and decided to switch it up to Cutline by Chris Pearson. I spent a good part of the day tweaking the PHP, but it’s doing what I want it to do now. Had a few “yes!” moments when finally got things to work. I love that feeling. Reminds [Keep Reading...]