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a lightweight meme stream from a lazy serial enthusiast

  1. Tuesday, November 20, 2007

    1. Hello world.

      Just 87 or so bookmarks away from 10k on Delicious. I'm hoping to time my 10k-day with the release of Delicious 2. Let's see how that works out — hopefully it means I need to start hustling!

    2. Playing with video entries

      I just got an initial rough version of some dirty JavaScript hackery to inject YouTube players for video entries from URLs I drag into my new fancy Tinderblog. Hopefully it's not too annoying, though I'll probably go overboard today with the new toy.

      I'm expecting to add a few other video cases when I find them interesting to include.

    3. Space is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly hugely mind-boggingly big it is.

      Douglas Adams, by way of Brad Cook

    4. Maybe I'm just making excuses for my daudling, but one reason I've gotten hooked on World of Warcraft and maybe now EVE Online is that I think that social software like Delicious has a lot to learn from MMORPGs....

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    5. EVE Online | EVE API Documentation

      The EVE API is a platform created to allow third party tools (programs, web sites, etc) to access character and corporation data for the purpose of enhancing the EVE experience.

    6. Results of the 13th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition

      Welcome to IFComp 2007, the competition for short text adventures.

    7. YouTube - MC Frontalot - It Is Pitch Dark

    8. Lifestream Tinker Toy, Powered By Yahoo! Pipes [tail -f carlo.log]

      a lifestream is basically a big bucket (i.e. web page) where all the updates and update notifications from your blog, your ADD-induced Twitter posts, your Flickr uploads etc come together in one concise way so it’s easier for others to ignore them. ... I figured it’d be fairly easy to build something server-less using a wee bit of Javascript and Yahoo! Pipes.

    9. Lifestreams with FeedMagick2

      For what it's worth, I hope to turn the front page of into a lifestream using an OPML reading list and FeedMagick2, in the not too distant future. Why not use Yahoo! Pipes? Because that'd be too easy, and besides: I need an itch to scratch to work more on FeedMagick2.

    10. YouTube - Beastie Boys - Shake Your Rump

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