Haven’t done this for a while, but here goes:
* Bathroom blogging – Social architecture and design from the seat of your toilet.
* Where’s my jet pack?
* 10 things you businesses should know before they build a website.
* 18 ways to stay concentrated at work (stop reading blogs, #17)
* Conversation with Peter Suber, provides a nice overview. Of particular interest “hybrid open access.” And a nice talk about blogs as a model of citation richness, and the advantages to academic blogging.
* Know someone who needs a boost? Send them here (change the URL appropriately) http://alex.theman.youaremighty.com/
* BBC series: Meet the bloggers
* There are a lot of biblio systems out there. Lately, I’m playing with BibDesk
* Want to fold up your desk? Transformer desk.
* Not so hard to get radioactive stuff across our borders (yikes) [pdf]
* Brake’s Bunch (of software you should have) for those of us who are (re) switching to a mac.
* Third International Conference on Communities and Technologies, June 28-30, Michigan State
* Clip.net “cts as an internet clipboard, allowing you to copy and paste between computers as easy as 1-2-3.”
* Cory Doctorow: How to succeed in blogging
* GMail crypto plugin – Or whatever free email you use. Basically GPG as a browser plugin.
* How to make an electric motor – Simplest electric motor ever
* Video of First class on Emerates
* Here’s a way to make an FOIA request easily. FBI sent mine back for more info, though, so it might be easier to use the format, and provide more identifying info.
* Basically, ways of sharing keyboard and mouse without a KVS.
* Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine settles suit
* Pop2RSS converts (surprise) a POP3 mailbox to an RSS feed.
* Hoping to do this on my own chair :).
* Beware the Terror Web!
* Shared tags for people interested in Web 2.0 in education.
* Computer History Museum’s video history of social computing
* Because we really need a new association :), Society for New Communication Research.
* Awesome: Creative Bushido
* The Generator Blog collects examples of online graphics “generators.”