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  • 10x10
    10x10 / 100 Words and Pictures that Define the Time / by Jonathan J. Harris
    10x10 ('ten by ten') is an interactive exploration of the words and pictures that define the time. Every hour, 10x10 collects the 100 words and pictures that matter most on a global scale, and presents them as a single image, taken to encapsulate that moment in time. By Jonathan J. Harris / Number27
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  • 118 - Online Communities Map (Not For Navigation) « Strange Maps
    Somewhat in the style of a treasure map, this ‘Map of Online Communities’ shows MySpace, Wikipedia, SecondLife and other user-generated phenomena now populating the internet. The geography is not as random as one could assume at first glance. Area and position are significant. Thus, each community’s geographic area represents its estimated size, and the ‘compass-shaped island’ gives clues as to what each quarter signifies: * North are more ‘practical’ communities, * South is for the ‘intellectuals’. * West lie the communities with a ‘real life’ connection, * East those with a focus on the web itself.
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  • Courrier international
    Courrier international est un hebdo d’actualité, publié à Paris. Il donne à lire, chaque semaine, le meilleur de la presse mondiale, traduite en français. Depuis sa création en novembre '90, CI a 1 300 journaux différents, depuis le New York Times jusqu’au Quotidien des Maldives, ou 25 000 journalistes cités. Grâce à l’apport de la “plus grande rédaction du monde”, Courrier international suit l’actualité mondiale, cherche à l’anticiper, et offre à ses lecteurs, par la confrontation des points de vue, une ouverture pertinente sur la complexité du monde.
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  • Cryptome
    [wikipedia:] Cryptome is a website hosted in the United States since 1996 by independent scholars[1] and architects John Young and Deborah Natsios[2] that functions as a repository for information about freedom of speech, cryptography, spying, and surveillance. According to the site: Cryptome welcomes documents for publication that are prohibited by governments worldwide, in particular material on freedom of expression, privacy, cryptology, dual-use technologies, national security, intelligence, and secret governance—open, secret and classified documents—but not limited to those.[3] Cryptome hosted documents, consisting of over 54,000 files,[4] include suppressed photographs of U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq, lists of people believed to be MI6 agents
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  • Demo video for Spore, from the creator of The Sims/Sim City VideoSift
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  • Eric S. Raymond: How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
    In the world of hackers, the kind of answers you get to your technical questions depends as much on the way you ask the questions as on the difficulty of developing the answer. This guide will teach you how to ask questions in a way more likely to get you a satisfactory answer. Now that use of open source has become widespread, you can often get as good answers from other, more experienced users as from hackers. This is a Good Thing; users tend to be just a little bit more tolerant of the kind of failures newbies often have. Still, treating experienced users like hackers in the ways we recommend here will generally be the most effective way to get useful answers out of them, too. The first thing to understand is that hackers actually like hard problems and
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  • Feynman's Talk: There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom An Invitation to Enter a New Field of Physics
    This transcript of the classic talk that Richard Feynman gave on December 29th 1959 at the annual meeting of the American Physical Society at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) was first published in the February 1960 issue of Caltech's Engineering and Science, which owns the copyright. It has been made available on the web at http://www.zyvex.com/nanotech/feynman.html with their kind permission. Information on the Feynman Prizes Links to pages on Feynman For an account of the talk and how people reacted to it, see chapter 4 of Nano! by Ed Regis, Little/Brown 1995. An excellent technical introduction to nanotechnology is Nanosystems: molecular machinery, manufacturing, and computation by K. Eric Drexler, Wiley 1992. I imagine expe
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  • FON
    FON is the largest WiFi community in the world. Our members share their wireless Internet access at home and, in return, enjoy free WiFi wherever they find another Fonero’s Access Point. It all started as a simple idea. Why should you pay for Internet access on the go when you have already paid for it at home? Exactly, you shouldn’t. So we decided to help create a community of people who get more out of their connection through sharing. As the world of WiFi is growing, you can do more and more for free. For example soon we will launch the Skype FON - a cool WiFi handset that lets you make free Internet calls from any FON Access Point.
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  • G A P M I N D E R: HOME
    Search statistics through Google and watch it move with Gapminder
    Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view.
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  • Global Guerrillas: TERRORIST NETWORKS: Advanced Topics 070216
    The media term "amorphous terrorist network" doesn't provide much for us to work with. That changes when you apply advanced network theory to the topic. A recent paper by the student Mitch Stripling called, "Embodying Terror Networks: How Direction Creates Structure" (PDF) is a great example of this. The paper starts with a strongly written review of how network theory has been applied to this topic. This review starts with the early work by Arquilla and Ronfeldt (Networks and Netwars) and their simplistic chain, star, and all-channel network topographies and continues to the highly connected hubs (which embodies both the vulnerability and resilience of this type of network topology) and power-law distributions of scale-free networks (for more, read the bri
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  • http://www.speedtest.net/
    http://www.speedtest.net/
    Test your Internet connection bandwidth to locations around the world with this interactive broadband speed test
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    Note: http://www.bredbandskollen.se/ http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest?more=1
  • icekin's Site N' Blog - bSearch for the Ideal Social Bookmarking Service
    I finally got around to completing my ideas on social bookmarking in writing. I tried over twelve popular services to see which one would meet my needs best. I have not described much about how to use a social bookmarking service since the actual methods of usage can vary based on which service you pick. In general though, always try searching for tags that best describe your topic. Also see this article on searching to learn how to find information anywhere on the internet.
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  • JULIA FULLERTON-BATTEN
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  • La tentation du Tout
    Alors existe-t-il un moyen de quadriller le territoire à la fois plus complètement, plus précisément et avec moins d’efforts. La réponse est oui. Comment ? Grâce à certains outils et services d’ores et déjà disponibles qui permettent de ne plus rien perdre d’une session de surf et, plus globalement, de tout ce que l’on fait sur le web et qui, une fois réduit à sa plus simple expression, se trouve être une suite de clics (clickstream). Des clics comme autant de pas vers un objectif, pas en avant, de côté, de géant, en arrière parfois, mais pas qui tracent inexorablement des pistes inédites dans le web, nouveaux chemins qui se voient attribuer la valeur qu’on accorde à toute « carte au trésor »<<management>>
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  • Lessons From the Science of Nothing At All
    Where I come from we make things from nothing - from dreams and fantasies. The laws of physics don't apply. Our products weigh zero. We've explored just about every product development approach there is - extreme or otherwise: waterfall, iterative, rapid prototyping, community development, and mobs. Imagine this: Dionysus has deleted all the software on the planet - what's going to happen? You won't be able to surf the Web, send email, make and run spreadsheets, use word processors, and download music. No more anonymously available dirty pictures, no more mapping services, no more reading newspapers from around the world, no more computer and video games, no more pocket organizers, no more modern warfare, governments will come to a halt. Well, that's not so
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  • Making the sky searchable
    In other words, their computer program will make night sky searchable. The team is organizing and mixing images coming from astronomical databases with images coming from 'all kinds of cameras, amateur telescopes, large ground-based telescopes, and space telescopes such as the Hubble Space Telescope.' This specialized search engine is still in beta-version, but is available to both professional and amateur astronomers.
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  • Mefi: Confessions of a Book Pirate
    Confessions of a Book Pirate NY Times Arts Beat: Report Finds 9 Million Illegal Downloads of E-Books Attributor Blog: Online Book Piracy Costs U.S. Publishers Nearly $3 Billion posted by brundlefly (105 comments total) 13 users marked this as a favorite
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    Note: http://www.themillions.com/2010/01/the-great-book-purge-of-2010.html
  • NewsMap
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  • Obsidian Wings: Wiki THIS
    Glenn Reynolds laments that he's been wiki'ed with a truly bizarre Wikipedia entry on Instapundit. "WIKIPEDIA, and its trustworthiness, has become a topic of considerable discussion," he writes. Indeed, it should be -- this whole Wiki-thang has been a bit Arthur 2 (i.e., "on the rocks") for a while. Eugene Volokh and Orin Kerr have been quite right in their criticisms (even though it seems that Volokh's Wikipedia entry is at least tentatively grounded in fact.) Moreover, adding to the confusion and potential for bias is the fact that you're able to write your own entry. The entry on LGF, for instance, was written by LGF's own Charles Johnson. [see Seigenthaler]
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  • pastebin - collaborative debugging tool
    A pastebin, also known as a nopaste, is a web application which allows its users to upload snippets of text, usually samples of source code, for public viewing. It is very popular in IRC channels where pasting large amounts of text is considered bad etiquette. A vast number of pastebins exist on the Internet, suiting a number of different needs and provided features tailored towards the crowd they focus on most.
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