Monthly Archives: November 2009

Twitter links for 2009-11-30

@gunderhaegg I also think a large proportion are just protest voting… but I haven’t been to .CH for a long time ¶ @gunderhaegg how many people actually voted? I’m counting on this election mobilising the fringe ¶ so ~30% of the Swiss are raging xenophobes, how come anyone’s surprised? ¶ @staffanm testa Sandbox som tema… […]

links for 2009-11-29

How to Switch to the Mac – Tao of Mac will look through this when the time comes to buy a Mac (tags: mac howto switch apple tips) Idiotic Hat: Songs Are Like Tattoos sweet and poignant post about memory and loss (tags: music memory Joni.Mitchell)

Twitter links for 2009-11-29

so I’m hacking on posting my tweets to WordPress… this cannot end well ¶ walking home was like a scene from “The Mist” #fog #dimma #fb ¶ the terms “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday” shows that we, as a species, are in deep shit ¶

links for 2009-11-28 . Unicode Blocks . Braille Patterns One of the many fascinating codepages in Unicode (tags: braille unicode alphabet) The Online Photographer: Great Photographers on the Internet, Part II funny, but not as funny as part 1: (tags: photography satire humour) Daring Fireball: A Liberal, Accurate Regex Pattern for Matching URLs Gruber steps up […]

links for 2009-11-27

Manfrotto Neotec – monopod nirvana? – Canon Digital Photography Forums interesting monopod (tags: manfrotto neotec monopod gear photography wishlist)

links for 2009-11-26

C# Station: C# Tutorial Lesson 01 – Getting Started apparently you just can't start hacking together an .exe with at least *pretending* to RTFM (tags: c# programming tutorial work) Les Incroyables et Merveilleuses: Fashion as Anti-Rebellion (Decollete) Fascinating note about fashion after the Terror. Via Kate Beaton's amazing (tags: fashion French.Revolution incroyables merveilleueses)

links for 2009-11-23

The 50 most interesting articles on Wikipedia « Copybot sounds like an ideal "to-read" trove (tags: wikipedia read-later article reference information) Differences between Oracle and MS SQL Server nice page of comparisons (tags: oracle mssql sql comparison reference database work)

Linkblogging to resume

Hmm, you mean that when you change your password at, delicious doesn’t automatically find out? Shocking, I know. Fixed now, hopefully.