Monthly Archives: November 2007

Email Standards Project.

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Email Standards Project.
The Email Standards Project is about working with email client developers and the design community to improve web standards support and accessibility in email. The project was formed out of frustration with the inconsistent rendering of HTML emails in major email clients. UPDATE – Microsoft is listening!  Take a look – it sounds as though […]

Whooops.

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Whooops.
This photo provided by the Florida Highway Patrol shows a State Police cruiser covered with bags of marijuana Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2007. The Florida Highway Patrol says anyone missing two big bags of pot can call their Tampa area office. A crew picking up litter from along Interstate 4 near Tuesday morning made an unusual […]

NOLA BarCamp.

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NOLA BarCamp.
There’s talk of organizing a BarCamp here in NOLA this coming January. Details to follow! BarCamp is an international network of user generated conferences — open, participatory workshop-events, whose content is provided by participants — often focusing on early-stage web applications, and related open source technologies, social protocols, and open data formats. The name “BarCamp” […]

Facebook’s Flaw: Humans.

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Facebook’s Flaw: Humans.
Great article on the nuances of social networking, titled How Your Creepy Ex-Co-Workers Will Kill Facebook, by Cory Doctorow (co-author of the Boing Boing blog)… Facebook is no paragon of virtue. It bears the hallmarks of the kind of pump-and-dump service that sees us as sticky, monetizable eyeballs in need of pimping. The clue is […]

Legal (and delicious) Crack.

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Legal (and delicious) Crack.
I’ve been drinking obscene quantities of this stuff lately. Delicious – and a methamphetamine-like buzz to boot. A 64oz. jug of heaven will cost you, though – $8.79 at my neighborhood Canseco’s. Figure on getting at least 15 hiwatt megaton-strength coffee drinks out of it, though, which beats the hell out of punk Frappacinos up […]

Best Spam Ever.

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Best Spam Ever.
There are so many things about this one that I love. Click it to see full size. Trouser python? Moons of Saturn? His/her Royal Highness will attend, so I guess it’s all good. Don’t despond, order Megadik today. – main opposition leader.

What’s a Girl to Do?

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Saw this on Newstoday® – love it. File under “morose beauty BMX stunt pop videos”top

Faub.org Meets the Public.

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Faub.org Meets the Public.
We had a launch party last weekend for the creative group we formed about a year ago here in New Orleans. Lots of fun, see some of the pix going up here. Thanks to all who came out and signed in to keep the independent creative community talking. Special thanks to Andy at Barrister’s Gallery […]