I spend time surfing the web everyday. I admit it. I am not ashamed. Here are the pages I marked this week on Ma.gnolia:
“Semicolon sightings in the city are unusual but Neil Neches, a writer in the transit agency’s marketing and service information department, inserted one on a placard anyway.”
“Facebook modified its help pages to tell people that if they wanted to remove their accounts entirely, they can direct the company by e-mail to have it done.”
– I guess I just think a better policy would be to allow customers to have control over their accounts, but that’s just me.
Nice little guide to some Latin words and phrases that are still seen in English (as well as other languages). Quite helpful.
Daily Writing Tips waxes on redundant phrases.
32 grid-based designs. Includes some of my favorites (like NYT).
I’m always looking for the next cool blog design. Here are some great ones!
Wow — this is a such a cool/fresh design. I’m just marking this down to take note of it. Not your typical university department site.
“Research shows that the cyberpioneers of the moment are digitally effusive teenage girls.”
Is this a surprise?
“The Google Lunar X Prize offers $30 million in prizes for the first two teams to land a robotic rover on the moon and send images and other data back home.”
View all my bookmarks on Ma.gnolia