30 June 2010

Introducing the web safe font cheat sheet


24 June 2010

Äntligen kan ankdammens alla btards samlas på Kuvalautas /å/.

[via:Rufus Gylling]

21 June 2010

traintimes london underground live tube train position map

Live train map for the London Underground

[via:Hacker News]

17 June 2010

WordPress 3.0 released

Finally some features that really improve WordPress’ level of usefulness a general purpose CMS.


IT staffing firm TEKsystems Inc. sues former employee over LinkedIn activity


15 June 2010

Chatroulette Plans Penis-Recognition Algorithm

[via:Jani Uusitalo]

10 June 2010

google web search ssl beta https june 2010

Google has enabled SSL-support for web search. Not a day too soon.

This may cost them some CPU time, but they’ll keep their user data more private. As in, third parties won’t be able to sniff and track Google traffic on their networks if this becomes the default at some point. This is very good for the consumer, but arguably even more interesting for Google, since it makes data mining more difficult for potential competitors.

[via:Ethan Marcotte]

5 June 2010

EFF Founder: Internet has broken the political system


3 June 2010

Miksi Twitterin läpimurtoa Suomessa vielä odotellaan?

[via:Tommy Rosenqvist/RT]

1 June 2010

How Facebook will win the Internet and why that scares the shit out of me

[via:Jarno Seppänen/RT]

Kymmenen vuotta webiä tekemässä – mikä on muuttunut ja mikä ei?

The Internet is killing car culture among US youth

“It’s not just new drivers driving less. The share of automobile miles driven by people ages 21 to 30 in the U.S. fell to 13.7% in 2009 from 18.3% in 2001 and 20.8% in 1995, according to data from the Federal Highway Administration’s National Household Travel Survey released earlier this year.”

[via:Tim O’Reilly]

30 May 2010

Steve Gibson: Facebook and the Ford Pinto

[via:Thomas Tvivlaren]

27 May 2010



[via:Chris Helenius]

26 May 2010

The Republicans’ new Web site is not exactly what they hoped it would be.

[via:Hacker News]

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