I spend time surfing the web everyday. I admit it. I am not ashamed. Here are the pages I marked today on Ma.gnolia:
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Here is a list of 10 schools offering online writing courses for free. All kinds of topics are covered…pretty cool!
This is pretty swift.
“look at these amazing works crafted from packing tape by ukraine born, philadelphia-based artist mark khaisman. these large archetypal images are made from layer upon layer of translucent packing tape, applied to plexiglass and then placed in front of a …”
Might have to open this one up and read through these when I’m particularly distressed about “the future”.
“Gibson Robot Guitar, read a hands-on review at Muscian’s Friend.” Self-tuning Les Paul? Yes please…
This Microsoft bid for Yahoo! pretty much blows my mind.
This is a pretty nifty idea. An easy way to post short messages on all kinds of services at once (twitter, jaiku, pownce, facebook, plaxo, tumblr, etc.).
I love it when 37 Signals shares the emails that they get. Such bad writing in the business world…tsk tsk…
outside.in, which I have no previous experience with (but it looks great) has recently switched from PHP to Ruby on Rails. Here’s a blog post describing why they did it. The incredible stat: they shrunk their code base from 50+k lines of code to 10+k.
“On a recent Tuesday night, 47 men and a Shar-Pei named Jasmine gathered at a downtown office to discuss a software programming phenomenon called Ruby on Rails. Often known as Rails or RoR, Ruby on Rails is a free Web application framework that programmers use to build Web applications.”
Another thought for the age old frustration…