Fire Eagle is the secure and stylish way to share your location with sites and services online. Or it will be, soon.
# location, web
Off The Flickr Grid Step 4: Running the Import Script–Paul Bausch is documenting the process of grabbing his photos and metadata from Flickr, then building them into his own site.
# flickr, php, web
EGOBURGER Winter 2005/06 – a new quarterly online magazine type thing edited by Torsten Lauschmann, with art, music photography, essays, &c. (I have a photography, audio and text piece in the next issue, coming in Spring.)
# art, magazine, web
Greatest Internet Moments, 100 of them. Half wondrous nostalgia (Pokey the Penguin!), half, ‘Huh?’. For me at least. Possible proof that the web was much more fun in the 1990s.
# nostalgia, web
Today I noticed that a del.icio.us user called lstryder has been using the del.icio.us for: feature to send me links he thinks I might like. Since I don’t recognise the username, I bookmarked lstryder’s del.icio.us page and marked it for:lstryder with a note asking him/her to get in touch. At present, lstryder is the only person who marks stuff for: me, but I rather like the idea of using the for: feature as a little messenger thing, because a) I don’t use iChat/AIM/MSM/Jabber/whatever, and b) posting to delicious is so quick and easy. (Doubtless everyone else on del.icio.us already does this, but hey ho…)
# chat, del.icio.us, web