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Weekly Digest for January 14th

postedby on January14th,2010 tagged personal

Every week, this little bot pulls my tweets, shared links, posted photos, and other bits and bobs into a single post for your perusal. Enjoy!

This week, there were 21 items.

googlereader (feed #2)
This piece shows off architectural images as they would be captured by sophisticated optical setups, and features the cameras themselves, as well. The kicker, though, is that all the images are in fact CG. Cheeky.
flickr (feed #3)
Shared 2 photos.
googlereader (feed #2)
flickr (feed #3)
twitter (feed #4)
Transformers were getting it on in my living room, last week (http://bit.ly/4BVYXr) [nagutron]
twitter (feed #4)
Big Lebowski, by Shakespeare: "This befalleth when thou firk’st a stranger ‘twixt the buttocks, Laurence" LOL (http://bit.ly/6uVBCy) [nagutron]
googlereader (feed #2)
Beautiful real-time visualization of graffiti as it’s drawn. looks like line width is keyed to stroke speed. via Jess.
googlereader (feed #2)
It took a couple years, but this is a turnaround for Apple.
youtube (feed #6)
googlereader (feed #2)
A great redesign.
googlereader (feed #2)
Inicisive thoughts on Apple the company, its business models, its design philosophies, and how all of this can inform predictions of what the new tablet device will be.
googlereader (feed #2)
One developer’s houghts on the sea change in how people now consume software, assembled in the wake of seeing his iPhone app downloaded two million times in a week.
flickr (feed #3)
Shared 3 photos.
googlereader (feed #2)
googlereader (feed #2)
Shared Oh, Avatar.
googlereader (feed #2)
Shared Potato salad.
Teh hotness.
googlereader (feed #2)
First he invented the Internet, now he’s mandating changes in typefaces.
twitter (feed #4)
A quick way to find alternatives to a product: Type "Product vs" into Google and see what it ends up suggesting on the right-hand side. [nagutron]
googlereader (feed #2)
Yup, me too.
youtube (feed #6)
googlereader (feed #2)
People are mostly okay, though the lava cut through and destroyed large parts of a chimpanzee sanctuary.

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