Blogroll Dive: 11/3/07

Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:

  • Khaled discussed the usage of “average” descriptions.
  • Rick discovered that the long-rumored direct email address for Steve Jobs’ office actually works.
  • Jim released Yasu v2.5.1.
  • Joen discussed Mozilla Prism, yet-another web-app framework.
  • Sarah listed several “upcoming concerts and events” in November.
  • Chris discussed some of the server-related changes in Mac OS X 10.5 (aka “Leopard”).
  • Angsuman reviewed Battle for Wesnoth.
  • And, Tom discussed Google’s OpenSocial, a proposed “de-facto platform for Social Networks.”

Blogroll Dive: 10/26/07

Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:

Blogroll Dive: 10/19/07

Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:

  • Bryan shared a quote from Ray Bradbury on taking risks.
  • Khaled discussed the recent wave of departures from 9rules.
  • Jim discussed the compatibility of Yasu and Cache Out X with the upcoming release of Mac OS X 10.5 (aka “Leopard”).
  • Joen discussed Noscope’s evolution.
  • Sarah shared two videos of an outstanding electronica ensemble with some awesome digital instruments.
  • Chris further explained his decision to leave 9rules.
  • And, Tom discussed demand management regarding the future of wind energy in Ireland.

Blogroll Dive: 10/11/07

Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:

  • Bryan shared his “tips to manage browser bookmarks 98% effortlessly.”
  • Michael discussed 1950′s science fiction.
  • Khaled is leaving 9rules.
  • Jim updated his custom NetNewsWire style.
  • Joen discussed his new master plan.
  • Sarah added more compositions and performances to her Music Examples page.
  • Chris explained his decision to leave 9rules.
  • And, Tom discovered a work-around for a WordPress 2.3 and K2 RC2 bug that was causing Safari 2 to crash.

Blogroll Dive: 9/21/07

Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:

  • Bryan shared “four tips for a better online buying experience”.
  • Michael discussed the human brain and how the observation of patterns leads to the accumulation of knowledge.
  • Joen discussed the new Photoshop logo.
  • Sarah briefly commented on the successful premiere of another one of her original compositions.
  • Chris re-designed his blog with “some new colors, a revamped logo, and the most striking change, a grid.”
  • Angsuman shared “how to show custom messages/disclaimers on translated pages” with Translator Plugin Pro.
  • And, Tom briefly discussed the addition of presentations to Google Docs.

Blogroll Dive: 9/12/07

Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:

  • Bryan announced the release of his band’s first EP.
  • Sarah’s upcoming concert “was advertised on the Korean News!”
  • Chris discovered the ridiculous pricing scheme behind a hyped-up software-based iPhone unlocking tool.
  • Angsuman briefly reviewed several open source Windows and Linux HTML editors.
  • And, Tom briefly discussed the addition of search functionality to Google Reader.

Blogroll Dive: 9/5/07

Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:

  • Bryan uploaded some fun long-exposure photos taken during last Tuesday’s lunar eclipse.
  • Michael is looking for a distraction-free web-based or cross-platform word processor.
  • Khaled discussed the current design of Habari’s dashboard.
  • Joen reviewed The Bourne Ultimatum.
  • Sarah announced the upcoming debut of another one of her original arrangements.
  • Angsuman reported on the discovery of a flight simulator hidden deep within Google Earth.
  • And, Tom “just noticed that it is possible to embed Google Calendars in a blog post or website!”

Blogroll Dive: 8/20/07

Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive: