Links for 2008-05-31

Robokill – Lovely top-down robot RPG shooter game [via:waxy Tegaki blog – “It’s easy to create handwriting blog by mouse!” BBC: Sound Index – “The Sound Index is a massive index of the hottest bands and tracks that are being talked about on the internet right now.” … “IBM’s Semantic Super Computing is used to […]

Links for 2008-05-25

bowblog: What is Speechification? – Steve describes Speechfication. “we roam the corridors of the BBC’s archive selecting the stuff we think is really excellent, unusual or important and putting it on display” Wikiscanner reveals amusing HP-on-IBM vandalism – http://wikiscanner.virgil.gr is great, and helped me spot this cute litte edit from 2006. “Dell have now bought […]

Links for 2008-02-26

guardian.co.uk: All this online sharing has to stop – “But, um, music people? Better form an orderly queue. You think you were the first to suffer from your content getting ripped off and spread to the four corners of the earth? Get to the back of the line, bud. There’s a few people ahead of […]

Links for 2008-01-29

Testing Blues – “Test is the new development” – the thoughts of some interesting people in IBM Hursley with an interest in testing. Guy Kawasaki: How to Change the World: Forget the A-List After All – “Evangelism is not about sucking up to only people who are famous and self-important” … “It was unknown artists, […]

Links for 2008-01-02

/Message: The Cult Of The CEO Gene – Stowe on decentralisation: “the successful companies of the future will be increasingly egalitarian, with more control shifting into the hands of individuals, starting with daily decisions about everyday work at a project or transactional level” /Message: The Year Ahead: The Past Year As Context – Stowe on […]

Links for 2007-12-12

Why I Stopped Using Twitter – Publishing 2.0 – Scott Karp on why he stopped using Twitter. “Twitter has turned distraction into an art form. It’s like hanging out at a bar with a bunch of interesting people (some of whom are talking on their cellphones) and forgetting that you have to go home.” Anne […]