Wednesday 24th July 2002
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Links from 24 July 2002, oldest first:
Adventures of AccordionGuy in the 21st Century - An appropriate twist on "Fast. Good. Cheap. Pick any two."
Yahoo! Groups : lonadv4design Messages :Message 43 of 43
me and jeffs talking tonight at design council - me on EtCon, Jeffs on 'Third'
Guardian Unlimited | Archive Search - Did Iacocca ruin American business?
good article in yesterday's Guardian about the roots of the current corporate culture
BBC News | Entertainment | TV and Radio | Pop Idol creator eyes Monkees remake
no . . . no . . . NO!
OASIS - Committees - HumanMarkup TC
woowoo! now we need SOAP!
Transport for London Real-time Map
Complete Idiot's Guide to Homeschooling by Marsha Ransom, John Taylor Gatto (Amazon.com: buying info)
books for the inappropriate
BBC News | Science/Nature | Space rock 'on collision course'
time to stop paying into the pension accounts
Google Search: sun sky land rock brightflowers darkerock lushgrass
better net.art.wank than the tea towels... genius.
FOXNews.com - Sept. 11 Widow Fights to Stay in U.S.
This is journalism?
British Museum: Vietnam behind the Lines
it's really really good. most of all for seeing very ordinary scenes, ordinary people portrayed - there's only one action/battle picture.
Fun With Words
the word for a word which describes itself
Wired 10.08: Start - A New Spin on the Wireless Web
I like this kind of stuff. Mesh networks.
BBC News | Technology | Pop-ups chase eyeballs
a talking point for stef to contribute to
Reed's Locus - Why spectrum is not property - the case for an entirely new regime of wireless communications policy
What about all that stuff about scarcity of spectrum being a myth?
Just Horse and Pony Pictures
Simply Whitstable Web Site - The Castle at Tankerton
unless of course they happened to be _paiche_ eyes
Onion | Grad Student Deconstructs Take-Out Menu
from '91 to about '98, this was my life
802.11a: A Very-High-Speed, Highly Scalable Wireless LAN Standard
Vnunet.com City networks left wide open
oh, just noticed it mentions "wardriving" too
the next Information Commissioner has been announced and will be Richard Thomas
RAD Home Page
RAD tools can take video files and output as WAV.
Who's on first
now Steve Ballmer and Gates go wardriving
TV Ark .... On-line Museum of UK Television Presentation