Let’s start out today with some interesting places to find new links. I like to think of these as “coffee break” sites, the kind of site that you can pull up at any time of day to find a few minutes (or hours) of new and interesting things to read.
- <a href=”http://www.oldnewsbaby.com/>oldnewsbaby.com</a>
- The 7 Step RSS Marketing Plan
- Running Windows with No Services.
- Life Sized Pirate Statues – On our recent trip to Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, a lot of the tourist shops had large, detailed pirate sculptures out front, to give a nautical theme I guess. I realized that there couldn’t be too many companies supplying this little niche, and mentally bookmarked a search term. Got home, and this was the first hit for life sized pirate statues. There’s actually some other cool stuff in there. If you don’t need a pirate, how about the Blues Brothers or a baby elephant, or Marilyn Monroe?
- iTunes RSS Tags
- GameTomorrow.com – A group blog from IBM’s thought leaders in the gaming space. Some fascinating posts about cell processors, piracy, 3D, and more. New and worth watching.
Kurt Cagle: How RSS/Atom is Replacing Web Services.
- Subzero Pro48 – Not just a mere refrigerator, but a monument to food preservation featuring two compressors and three separate evaporators (what is our society coming to?).
- Open Letter to Bill Gates – Exec Summary: If the software industry routinely expects developers to work a lot more than 40 hours per week in order to do their job, potential new developers will vote with their feet and find a profession where this is not the case.
- Mark Pilgrim: XPCNativeWrappers and Deer Park compatibility – Some important information on how to write Greasemonkey scripts that will be compatible with the next (Deer Park) release of Firefox.
- MSFT Bagholder – Another “things suck inside of Microsoft” blog in the inimitable spirit of Mini-Microsoft.