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'He who laughs last...'

For Those Who Take Life Too Seriously
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/27/08

comics gone social

Pixton™ - The User-Generated Comic Strip
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/24/08

'interactive type tool'

CSS Type Set – "a hands-on typography tool allowing designers and developers to interactively test and learn how to style their web content"
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/22/08

'legal weapon against competitors'

Adobe Pushes DRM for Flash
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/21/08

image zooming script

FancyZoom 1.1
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/17/08

click-thru amusement

Barack Obama Is Your New Bicycle
[kegz.net < Disarranging Mine]
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/16/08

an odd metasearch engine

Oamos – "play and discover content you'll love"
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/15/08

security and privacy concerns

Anger over pupils database plan
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/14/08

'most acceptable rodent'

Hamster prices triple in China
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/12/08

a 'living library'

Issuu
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/10/08

'dummy text' alternatives

Blind Text Generator
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/08/08

fractal image game

Tic-Frac-Toe (JavaScript)
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/07/08

staging common objects

Eyal Pinkas

As an artist I want to create a world inhabited by objects captured in a state of conflict between their inner and the exterior realities. Performing a playful behavior can fill the existential gap that is created as a result of this conflict. On a visual level this behavior leads to forms of disguise. Even chairs, mattresses or wallpapers can be seen as costumes. As always, costumes represent the realm of the imaginary.

Posted by joe.jenett on 02/06/08

maps and mapping tools

Mini Map Sidebar Firefox extension
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/05/08

'digg' danger?

'digg' danger?
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/04/08


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