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Links 1 through 10 of 38 by Joshua DiMauro tagged inspiration

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You really must see this to understand it.

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Outstanding sort-and-filter plugin for jQuery

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"When something looks "off" in an interface, it probably looks fake, like it wouldn't exist in the real world."

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Lovely robot adventure game. Demo playable via flash, pay to download full mac/pc version

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Tagged "horticomp" by Matt Jones. A sensor that will tell you what the area you plant it in is good for growing.

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"There was a time when I read books in, shall we say, the romantic manner, which is to mean all the way through and usually in one sitting. I had, at one time, an enormous patience for spending hour upon hour with a single text; on rainy days, I sometimes still do. But more often than not, I read a dozen books or more at once, flitting from one to the other, looking for the connections, finding the spaces between them where I can inhabit safely."

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Aggregation of your online activities into your own CMS is a good idea (for backup purposes at least), but nobody wants to read a constant stream of your twitters and Flickr photos with equal weighting.
"There must be better ways of showing such “here’s what I’m up to” information. My home page isn’t the answer; the bulk of it uses an overgrown weblog format and suffers from using identical treatments for different kinds of content. But I have started to make it more human friendly. For example, if I post dozens of photos to Flickr in a day only a few appear on the site, with a link to see the rest, rather than swamp the page. And Twitters, whose value decreases rapidly with time (unlike longer essays), aren’t part of this chronological stream. But it needs, and will get, bigger changes."

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