Links for 2008-05-09

IBM Social Computing Guidelines – “we turned to IBMers again to re-examine our guidelines and determine what needed to be modified. The effort has broadened the scope of the existing guidelines to include all forms of social computing.” sacha chua: The Gen Y Guide to Web 2.0 at Work – Sketched by Sacha on a […]

Links for 2008-04-29

eco gadget shop: Current Cost monitor – “a device which receives information on electricity consumption from a transmitter attached to the domestic meter. The device then calculates the amount and cost of the electricity consumed” (in case you were wondering how to get hold of one) O’ReillyGMT: Speechification – “I can say categorically that Speechification […]

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 2008-02-18

cityofsound: The street as platform – An amazing essay on the (near) future for the urban environment. Watchification – Speechification goes televisual. No Gods or Kings: Objectivism in BioShock – “BioShock may have been conceived as a study in nuance, a place for gamers to discover and explore at their own pace, but its dip […]

Links for 2008-02-08

Yahoo Live – “661 people are watching 50 Live Channel(s)” [I can’t work out yet whether I’m more likely to use this than Seesmic. I wasn’t entirely stable last night, and I need to play a bit more to really grok it] How to Get More Bookmarks and Better Links – Some useful common sense […]

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 […]

Links for 2007-12-11

The Evangelist in You | Advice and Opinion – Nice writeup of a recent presentation: “I stumbled upon an interesting presentation last week from Roo Reynolds, a smart and ardent Brit who works in IBM?s Hursley Park Lab in the U.K. and sports one of those crazy titles that make regular businesspeople feel chronically unhip.” […]

Links for 2007-12-08

Facebook | My Privacy – “Privacy Settings for External Websites” or, how to opt out of Beacon. Google Chart API – “The Google Chart API lets you dynamically generate charts” OAuth – “An open protocol to allow secure API authentication in a simple and standard method from desktop and web applications.” [via:Rob Smart] Librarian of […]