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Weekly Digest for February 18th

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 23 items.

googlereader (feed #2)
This is one of the best product intros I’ve ever seen.
flickr (feed #3)
googlereader (feed #2)
The steel ones are kind of neat-looking.
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This is another awesome item in the Makers Market. (via Jess)
googlereader (feed #2)
Shared Headcount.
Embedded in here is a really good, succinct definition of the quality of one’s software.
googlereader (feed #2)
You know what’s awesome? Videos of mosquitoes being shot out of the air by lasers.
googlereader (feed #2)
I like it. It’s a voluntary version of the flat-rate ISP levy to pay copyright owners that the EFF was advocating many years ago.
flickr (feed #3)
Shared 2 photos.
googlereader (feed #2)
Robot humans trying to survive in monkey business culture. I can identify with this approach, somewhat, but I mostly glad I’m not quite this hobbled.
googlereader (feed #2)
youtube (feed #6)
flickr (feed #3)
Shared Aien Hairdo.
googlereader (feed #2)
Indie games are so varied and pretty, these days.
googlereader (feed #2)
A cool breakdown of how games are designed and where their limitations lie.
googlereader (feed #2)
Shared wtfjs.
There are some really horrible ones in here. (via Ajaxian)
googlereader (feed #2)
Looking forward to seeing what you do next, Lukas.
googlereader (feed #2)
Way better search in Textmate. I checked out a few forks of this bundle, and this one works best.
googlereader (feed #2)
Hilarious. Come read it and dream the dream of a web without Flash. (via Daring Fireball)
googlereader (feed #2)
A short post about chukudus, the ubiquitous transport gadget of eastern Congo. I was fascinated by these, and this article fills in a few more interesting details, for me. I have a little model one in my room.
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This site uses Twitter geolocation to show who’s not home, so you can rob them. Scary, good awareness-raising. (via Ballantyne)
googlereader (feed #2)
The dual-axis navigation through the magazine and the page scrubber are nice. So are video, moving/shifting panels, and the ability to rotate objects. Revolutionary, however, is how these features also apply to the adverts. This is is higher value for content publishers to go after, and they will finally have a medium to present sell it through.Maybe the iPad will save the print industry.
googlereader (feed #2)
This is certainly an issue I’m experiencing at Samasource.
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A counterintuitive idea. (Via Will)

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