April's Most Popular
What is the need for this?
from: the standard
putting Bill Gates' wealth in perspective.
from: the electronic telegraph
April Fool's: Here's one from Salon, I hope!
wondering about your current life expectancy?
free software using tactics previously reserved for commercial software.
Outraged! Daily Edition
Daily links and commentary from author Rafe Colburn.
Occasional links & observations from Steve Bogart.
Windowseat Web Log
Laurel Krahn shares quotations, links, and commentary relating to TV, movies, science fiction, pop culture, the internet and other geeky things.
Fringe culture and bleeding edge technical stuff brought to you by Dan Lyke.
links on web design and ui that usually degenerate into random items that brigitte eaton wants to be able to find later.
Weblog and occasional commentary in re: life, the universe and everything. Pop culture, tech for the clueless, reflections of a midwestern gay boy.
The Linkwatcher Metalog offers links vaguely centered around the themes of mind, culture, and code.
Your sporadic source for cultural and technical tidbits.
Jesse James Garrett indulges his penchant for circumstantial evidence every
weekday on his personal site.
Hack the Planet
News and views from Wesley Felter.
Linky & Dinky
Linky & Dinky find the DARNdest links! ...and try the Trick, it's a Doozy!
News and commentary from the cross-platform scripting community.
Peter Merholz abuses the Low Barrier To Entry to the Web
with his personal
site peterme.com, featuring essays on interface design and Web development
and a daily updated Weblog of random goodies.
Technology finance news & commentary.
Random Thoughts + Web Design + New Media.
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