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Category: Link

2012

Classicly

A compendium of public domain classics.

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2011

2010

Wicked Leaks

Adam Curtis uncovers a WWII-era leaker.

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Open Bookmarks

A project aiming to improve the standard of annotation in ebooks.

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10k Apart

Design a tiny web app, win money.

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CLI-Lover

I wrote a piece for Lifehacker on taking notes at the command line.

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E-Blogs

Blogs in translation.

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Cause List

What's happening in the courts, live.

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Vote for Policies

Take a policy-based survey to find the UK political party that matches your beliefs

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spacetimeid

Unique identifiers for specific places at specific times

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iDisplay

An app that turns your iPhone or iPad into a second display for your Mac.

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pwsafe

pwsafe is a nice, simple password manager

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Surf

Surf is a minimalist web browser for Linux

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Pinboard Notes

The bookmarking service Pinboard now lets you take notes.

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The Internet is Hard

ReadWriteWeb learn that not everyone on the web knows what they're doing.

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Ten Ampersands

A selection of display ampersands, for a tenner.

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Search vs. Swipe

Patrick Rhone spots another advantage of search to launch on the iPhone

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Etherpad in TalkerApp

TalkerApp have added EtherPad's core features to their real-time chat client.

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Broke

A Django-like Javascript framework

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Vrome

A Chrome extension that provides vim-like keyboard shortcuts.

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shutup.css

A user stylesheet to block comments on the web.

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Sparkup

Sparkup lets you write HTML in a CSS-like syntax.

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Luvly

Giles Turnbull's self-published book.

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2009

Proximity

An application that executes AppleScripts depending on the proximity of your Bluetooth device.

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GF1 Field Test

Craig Mod tests the Lumix GF1 while climbing the Himalayas

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David Simon

An interview with the creator of The Wire

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Airlock

Belated Bluetooth proximity features for the iPhone, thanks to Airlock

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sc140

Music created in just 140 characters of Supercollider code.

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Grackle68k

A twitter client for Macs running anything from System 6 to OS9.

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Ordnance Survey Maps Free

The government is to explore ways of making all Ordnance Survey maps freely available online.

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Past Tense

A link to Past Tense, a site about radical history in London.

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nice_find

nice_find is a Textmate plugin.

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Normanstrike

Normanstrike is blogging the Miners Strike, 25 years on

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Data Newspaper

A link to Newspaper Club's postcode newspaper.

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Surly

A link to Sur.ly, a new web design firm

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The Intubator

A stream of youtube videos that no-one bothered to tag, title, or describe.

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Pear Note

Pear Note records audio and video while you take your notes

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Scrotwm

The perfect window manager for the Eee PC 701?

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Gruml

Gruml is an RSS reader for the Mac.

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PhotoVoice

Putting cameras in the hands of documentary photography subjects.

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Kill Or Cure?

Making sense of the Daily Mail's cancer reporting.

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Tinchy Dem

Tinchy Strider, funded by a Lib Dem MP.

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Echo Nest

A tool for manipulating music and video

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Twisst

Receive alerts whenever the ISS passes overhead.

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Wikirank

Popular items on WikiPedia

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MP's Expenses

My user page at the Guardian's MP's Expenses site.

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Bookseer

A book-recommending website.

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Clipstart

Clipstart is like iPhoto, only for videos.

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AudioBoo

An audioblogging iPhone app/website.

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