Links for 2010-11-29 through 2010-12-18:
- Writing PlugIns –
- The Captain Beefheart Radar Station – Captain Beefheart’s 10 Commandments
of Guitar Playing – Capt Beefheart's 10 Commandments of Guitar Playing 'Your guitar is a divining rod'
- The Most Reliable Blogging Solutions –
- Using AQXMLParser and Friends –
– Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band Moonlight On Vermont – And this: RT @attackerman: RIP Captain Beefheart. What terrible news. Bump this:
– Zig-Zag Wanderer – Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band – And this: RT @attackerman: RIP Captain Beefheart. What terrible news. Bump this:
- Night Time, Day Time, Night Time, Day Time –
- Sure fire way to get more Facebook fans –
- News: NOM Calls Apple CEO Steve Jobs “Big Brother” – The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) has released a video accusing Apple CEO Steve Jobs of having become Big Brother for banning The Manhattan Declaration app from the App Store. Referencing the iconic “1984” commercial introducing the Mac, where Apple says that Macintosh is “Why 1984 won’t be like 1984,” the conservative Christian group said that Mr. Jobs himself has gone from being iconic to ironic
- Lovely song about math by Wilco frontman’s son: Put A Line On It – Boing Boing –
- The Arcade Fire Suburbs Continued –
- Thomas Hawk’s Open Letter to Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz –
- How to Use Gmail as Your Central, Universal Communications Hub [How To] –
- Howard Phillips Lovecraft | Feedbooks – All of HP Lovecraft's books available in ePub format, compatible with iBooks.
- sahelsounds – exploration of sound and music in west africa, particularly in the sahel region of mauritania, senegal, mali.
- “Por Una Cabeza” by Carlos Gardel (Amazon Advent Calendar day 16) – Andy Ihnatko’s Celestial Waste of Bandwidth (BETA) –
- Flickr: The Flickr Developer Guide –
- Schneier on Security: Causing Terror on the Cheap – If we refuse to be terrorized, if we refuse to implement security theater and remember that we can never completely eliminate the risk of terrorism, then the terrorists fail even if their attacks succeed.
- A Waste of Money and Time – Room for Debate – NYTimes.com – Neither the full-body scanners or the enhanced pat-downs are making anyone safer. They’re more a result of politicians and government appointees capitulating to a public that demands that “something must be done,” even when nothing should be done; and a government bureaucracy that is more concerned about the security of their careers if they fail to secure against the last attack than what happens if they fail anticipate the next one.
- This Thing I Do! – A nice way to deal with having 3 separate versions of Xcode installed.
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