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9 Jun 2005
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Typically humorless MeFi thread on Matt Webb's recent musings on how much of the web is templated on American cities, especially SF (kottke.org)
I do like Kottke.
Open Media Network
bittorrent clients suck especially compared with the kontiki client used by this
Google Code: Summer of Code
Mozdev.org - www: community/summer
one of the Google Summer of Code student bounty ideas is to write a integral bittorrent client for Firefox
R.I.P. Audiogalaxy || kuro5hin.org
an autopsy from one of the coders of Audiogalaxy
Independent Online Edition & Enjoyment - Africans not included
Andy Kershaw (I know, I know) was not impressed.
Guardian Unlimited | Life | Surgery that made me smile
brain massage for the depressed
Whitelabel.org » Wikiproxy Greasemonkey script
helping Jimmy own the whole damn web.
Memorable Quotes from "24" (2001)
I have weapons training. This is decoy work. Haddock's people won't even come close to me!
Homicide / First degree murder | chicagocrime.org
Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town by Cory Doctorow (Amazon.co.uk: Books)
Ooh, look what comes out in a month
Superman: Red Son by Mark Millar, David Johnson, Kilian Plunkett (Amazon.co.uk: Books)
the other great comic/graphic novel I read recently was "Red Son"
Permutation City by Greg Egan (Amazon.co.uk: Books)
Use of Weapons by Iain M. Banks (Amazon.co.uk: Books)
poignant human-scale space opera
Et Tu, Babe by Mark Leyner (Amazon.co.uk: Books)
indescribably hyperkinetic megalomaniac parody
Tetherballs of Bougainville: a Novel, The by Mark Leyner (Amazon.co.uk: Books)
also good/ apparently not stocked by Amazon