posted on 11/17/05 by Michael Koppelman
is cool. It's the normal short-attention-span sharing of interesting links. One thing that makes digg cool is that, once you create an account and configure it, you can click one link and instantly create a blog entry on your own blog
and have it tracked back on the digg site. It makes it super duper easy to make blog posts as comments to stories you read there.
posted on 11/21/05 by Michael Koppelman
An oldie but a goodie
posted on 11/22/05 by Matt Gray
A new security vulnerability in Internet Explorer has now been successfully exploited. SANS recommends a switch to Firefox or Opera... and so do we.
posted on 11/29/05 by Matt Gray
In keeping with our pro-Firefox stance, I'm pleased to announce that Firefox has released version 1.5. A more detailed feature listing is also available. I've been using it for about 10 minutes and like it already. It supports the ability to clear HTTP Auth information, reordering of tabs, and all sorts of UI niceties.
In addition, Firefox supports the CSS3 multi-column module—tasty!
posted on 11/30/05 by Chuck Olsen
This is really cool, if not really recent: Graffiti Analysis
captures the movement of NYC graffiti artists in 3D space and projects them onto buildings. It was created by Parsons School of Design MFA student "fi5e." Pretty arty name, eh?
Maybe Apple is ripping off fi5e's technology: They've patented a digital camera technology
that includes a "method for rotating the display orientation of a captured image."