links for 2007-09-30

The Impressionists “Some blogs I’m loving for their loose, associative wanderings through their worlds” [via sippey via kottke] (tags: interesting lists recommendations cognections) Brain-eating amoeba kills 6 this year – The Boston Globe “It sounds like science fiction but it’s true: An amoeba living in lakes enters the body through the nose and attacks the […]

links for 2007-09-29 Tim O’Reilly on what’s missing from the iPhone Jryi points out that Web-heads have woken to the real power of the mobile device – the phoonebook. (tags: iphone mobile presence social jaiku) A Bill of Rights for the social Web Thanks, Jyri, for the link. It’s something for all of us building stuff […]

Filtering the noise on Twitter

Just heard about a new feature in Twitter that lets you ignore the noise and get alerted to the signal, albeit a signal you choose. In my ramble on noise, this is the kind of thing I was thinking about, but this is the current digital version of it, whereby you still need to specify […]


Probocis Originally uploaded by schickr.

This hole has gotten much bigger

This hole has gotten much bigger Originally uploaded by schickr.

Awesome mushrooms

Awesome mushrooms Originally uploaded by schickr.

links for 2007-09-27

Everything TypePad: Introducing TypePad for iPhone and iPod touch Today, we’re very excited to announce the availability of our new iPhone-optimized interface for TypePad. [CS – I’m frumpy about this. They never optimized for any other mobile device. Says volumes.] (tags: apple blogging design interface iphone ipod mobile typepad webDesign ipodtouch)

Google brings their ‘Web’ service to the Web.

I thought this was funny – a ‘Web’ tab. It leads to iGoogle. It was funny, because we have an Internet group (that deals with Internet enablers on our devices) and we all thought it odd to extend their offering to the Web. I mean, who would offer an ‘Internet’ tab on a service that […]

links for 2007-09-26

Strategy Letter VI – Joel on Software “Crazy story? Substitute “Google Gmail” with “Lotus 1-2-3”. The NewSDK will be the second coming of Microsoft Windows; this is exactly how Lotus lost control of the spreadsheet market. And it’s going to happen again on the web because all the sa (tags: analysis api development strategy software […]

More Ovi stickers

More Ovi stickers Originally uploaded by schickr. As Arlo Guthrie said – if one person walked in…