history-based feedsAmbient News Firefox extension (experimental)
a tastier dailywebthingBacolicio.us ~Mmmm, Bacon~
attn: videonutsWimp.com – "only the best videos from around the Internet"
another CSS frameworkSenCSs
SenCSs supplies sensible styling for all repetitive parts of your CSS, allowing you to focus on actually developing your website's style.
edit textareas with external editorIt's All Text! Firefox extension
tracking UK journalistsjournalisted.com – "an independent, non-commercial website built to help the public navigate the news" [preoccupations]
Beware of links to external news sites with heavy and/or intrusive advertising.
'Fiasco Systems'Corporate logos adjusted for recession
fill in the blank...If Programming Languages were...
'posing with a laptop'I am currently sitting in Starbucks. Yes,...
'tis the season themeTinseltown Firefox theme
Tinseltown is a Christmas theme with holiday imagery including Christmas lights, snow, reindeer, presents and more. This theme is made even better with great Christmas icons from Watiworks and a semi-transparent URL bar. Get in the holiday spirit!
an echo in here...[Yet another] Serious security flaw found in IE[!]
Related (12/17/08): Microsoft plans quick fix for IE
government 'filtering' (2)Net firms rebuff filtering plan
Australian government plans to filter net use have been rebuffed by local internet service providers (ISPs).
re: robospamNew Rules Requiring an Automated Voice or Keypress Opt-Out
search text in all open tabsFind In Tabs Firefox extension
don't clickFacebook users hit by virus – "The virus tricks users by telling them they're in a video..."
metasearch toolTriplify : Triple Simplify Engine - Search, Compare and Sort!
high bandwidth amusementRadiohead | 12 Cams, Create Your Rainbow (Flash)
answers on postcards - 'slow twitter'dawdlr – "a global community of friends and strangers answering one simple question: what are you doing, you know, more generally?"
2008 World AIDS Day
AORTAL - the anti-portal,
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