- I’ve been playing with and installing MediaWiki And I have to confess – I’m pretty bloody impressed. One of the easiest installations I’ve ever done for a wiki and very powerful and flexible. This might be the core of a future project
- SXSW Interactive Festival Does anyone know how they source people, papers and panels for the SXSW Interactive festival? Let me know if so…
- Mr Jones on Tony Stark on ETech “The line up for 2005’s Etech has been posted, and so far it seems like the same people talking about the same pet subjects. Not many ‘genuine outbreaks of the future’ so far.” Plus, I’m a Beatle. Which is nice.
- Captcha as distributed handwriting recognition systems “Distributed CPU cycles are worthless unless you’re SETI or Pixar. Distributed brain cycles… now that’s a much more intriguing proposition.”
- Tiny hats on Innocent Bottles made by real grannies! ” As we speak, lots of nice grannies at Extra Care and Age Concern centres around the UK are knitting us mini bobble hats for our smoothies. For each bottle sold in EAT outlets across the UK, innocent and EAT will donate 50p to Age Concern”
- The weblog of Miss K, transgendered z-list celebrity Not only beautiful, well-constructed, web native and elegant – but also bloody interesting. It’s probably cos I’m a poof, but I find this way more interesting than Belle de Jour…
- Vaughn pulls out of these new weblog award things because he doesn’t like the company Like much of what’s been happening online, I’ve completely missed the ‘2004 weblog awards’ (no relation to the Bloggies). I think this one emerged from the mostly right-wing ex-warblogger politico community/ecosystem…
One reply on “Links for 2004-12-05”
Thanks Tom. My weblog owes a lot to yours! I hope I continue to entertain many poofs for years to come.