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31 Jan 2012
Posted in General, Graphics, Web

Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality & Panic’s Coda

Wow! I just realized that the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality is using Coda‘s logo to point out that various traffic cameras around the city are powered by green energy. I am guessing Panic does not know about this and this is clearly unauthorized use. It’s interesting how the Municipality does not […]

16 Jul 2008

The Sales Guy vs. Web Dude (w/ English Subtitles)

This video has been floating around the web for a while. I realized that some peeps were looking for a subtitled version. Well, here you go.. Info: After much taping, editing, deleting, drinking and swearing we are proud to present… Sales Guy vs. Web Dude! A mashup of true and […]

8 Apr 2008
Posted in Mac, Software, Web

Add favicons to Firefox 3 Bookmark Toolbar

The default Firefox 3 Mac theme does not show favicons for bookmarks you’ve added to your Bookmarks Toolbar. This is probably a decision that comes with mimicking the Safari theme which doesn’t display favicons either. Put simply, it sucks! Thanks to Daniel Einspanjer, who wrote a Stylish style called Mac […]

10 Mar 2008
Posted in Software, Web

The next big step? Fantastic Google Spreadsheets feature

Google Spreadsheets has an outstanding feature hidden in the depths of its help pages. It’s called GoogleLookup. How does it work? Try this: Open a Google Spreadsheet Type Denmark in A2, France in A3 and Turkey in A4 Select A2:A4. Holding the Ctrl (Win, Linux) or Ctrl+Option (Mac) button expand […]

3 Mar 2008
Posted in Hardware, Mac, Web

iPhone web market share

iPhone is now the fourth platform on the web. Linux is 0.65% and iPhone is 0.14%. That puts the iPhone in front of Windows Mobile and Symbian S60. Linux fans must be trembling. ;) Link

15 Feb 2008
Posted in Web, Windows

Bubbles- site specific browsers on Windows

I previously wrote about Fluid which is an app that lets you create site specific browsers on a Mac. Turns out you can do the same thing in Windows as well with Bubbles. If you are tired of your browser that has 18 tabs open crashing while you are writing […]

3 Feb 2008
Posted in Software, Web, Windows

FSJ on the Microsoft/Yahoo merger

Fake Steve Jobs has a classic post about the potential Microsoft-Yahoo merger called Monkey Boy’s three-legged race on his blog. Make sure you check this out. Here’s an excerpt: But here’s the really dark part of all this. He knows it won’t work. He has to know this. He’s not […]

29 Jan 2008
Posted in Audio, Music, Web

The Hype Machine Zeitgeist

The wonderful music blog mecca The Hype Machine has released their 2007 Zeitgeist. The Zeitgeist comes in three sections: The Best 50 Songs, The Best 50 Albums and The Best 50 Bands. It was compiled by extensive analysis of the data they collected from music blogs around the internet throughout […]

27 Jan 2008
Posted in Audio, Music, Web

Awdio – Live music from clubs around the world

Awdio brings the music playing in many of the respected clubs, venues, festivals, etc. from around the world to your browser. Since there is always some kind of clubbing going on around the world at any given point in time, there is always something cool to listen to on Awdio. […]

25 Jan 2008
Posted in Audio, Music, Web

Sleeveface

Check this out: sleeveface: one or more persons obscuring or augmenting any part of their body or bodies with record sleeve(s) causing an illusion. www.sleeveface.com There is also a fantastic Flickr pool that has over 750 awesome photos.