Clifton Cameras – Recommended to me as a good source of reasonably priced memory cards.
BBC News: ‘Virtual theft’ leads to arrest – “It is a theft because the furniture is paid for with real money. But the only way to be a thief in Habbo is to get people’s usernames and passwords and then log in and take the furniture.” Via Andy P
film music | mobygratis.com – “This portion of moby.com, ‘film music’, is for independent and non-profit filmmakers, film students, and anyone in need of free music for their independent, non-profit film, video, or short.” Via epred
FeedReader – Trying FeedReader3 from FeedReader.com (if Sacha Chua uses it, it can’t be bad).
FeedBurner podcast feed for speechification.com – This should be in your feedreader (or, indeed, iTunes) subscription list by now. Russell, Steve and I are regularly bringing the best bits of Radio 4 and other speech radio into your ears.
Urban legends in games – Aleks Krotoski on Urban legends in games. I have used the Club Penguin iceberg example a few times recently (perhaps having heard it via Guy Parsons?)
Dogear Nation – Episode 30 – Are the Leopard?s Spots Real? – Michael, Michael, and Matt welcome Andy Piper to talk about the UK launch of the iPhone and his experiences with Leopard. They also talk about identify management across corporate and social spaces, Creative Commons, Social Media, and is Leopard Beta
StupidFilter – “An open-source filter software that can detect rampant stupidity in written English. This will be accomplished with weighted Bayesian analysis and some rules-based processing, similar to spam detection engines.”