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Today’s Links (03/09/08)
- LifeStream WordPress Plugin | David Cramer’s Blog
Similar to Action Streams for Movable Type, a WordPress plugin that gathers your activity from other sites (Twitter, Flickr, &c.).
iLeopard is a free theme for Mac OS X that looks gives the look and feel of iTunes 7 to all the interface
- Google on Google Chrome - comic book
Google’s browser explained in a rather lovely comic book.
- Google Chrome, Google’s Browser Project
Details on the new browser, in non-comic form.
- macosxhints.com - Sync with .Mac (MobileMe) from the command line
- I Have A Dirty Sack | Ask Metafilter
Innuendo-laden AskMe thread. Made me LOL.
- Bare Bones Software | BBEdit 9
I’ve been avoiding downloading the demo just in case it’s ace (I’m sure it is for coding types, but it’s a fair few quid to drop on something I’d use primarily for writing words).
- Apple makes Piper Alpha List
For a second, I thought that the headline was some sort of incredibly tasteless joke.
- Twitter / FakeSarahPalin
“Fact: Alaska hasn’t been hit by a hurrycane since I was elected to office.”
“Parallax turns a selected element into a ‘window’, or viewport, and all its children into absolutely positioned layers that can be seen through the viewport. These layers move in response to the mouse, and, depending on their dimensions (and options for layer initialisation), they move by different amounts, in a parallaxy kind of way.” Just have a look at the demo.