Martin Tithonium (tithonium) wrote,
Martin Tithonium

Shared Posts from 28 April to 01 May

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CHS Capitol Hill Seattle - From Chow Foods break-up springs Cap Hill-based Seattle Eats -   Over the weekend, we told you that Chow foods was splitting up. Press release below details what's next for the former Chow partners Peter Levy and Jeremy Hardy. Coastal Kitchen will continue to serve on 15th Ave E as part of a Capitol Hi[...]
MAKE Magazine - Uncomfortably augmented reality - Our pal Eric Gradman came up with a cool augmented reality set-up for an event which poses the musical question: If you put all sorts of personal information on your Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter accounts, would you want to walk around in the real w[...]
Seattlest - Why King County Is Still Barely Breathing - If you're coughing a lot, the good news is it might not be the flu. The American Lung Association has given King County a big, fat F in The State of the Air report for ozone pollution and a C for particle pollution. (Hey, we're passing particle pollu[...]
Dyepot, Teapot - The Modern Professional Developer - In some of the responses to my earlier post, I felt that people misunderstood what I meant by "unprofessional". Many people jumped on this as something stuffy, that keeps us from being expressive and creative (the complaint was often expressed as a [...]
Coolbuzz - Russian wooden clock from the 19th century - Product: Wooden clock About: This Russian clock is from the 19th century. These light weight wooden timepieces were produced by the Bronnikov family (from Russia) of the pre-revolutionary era. With time, producing beautiful things from wood has suf[...]
Boing Boing - Godaddy: Don't Buy dot-TV Domains, The Island is Sinking. - If I'm reading the pop-up window correctly, domain registrar Godaddy recommends against purchasing .tv domain names because the island of Tuvalu, which the domain represents, is sinking. One more reason not to get bent out of shape over the fact that[...]
Coolbuzz - Monk leaves footprint of his eternal prayers on wood - Cool factor: Buddhist monk's footprints in wood Monk's name: Hua Chi My take: Lemme make it clear - it's not photoshopped! Hua Chi, 70, a doctor in traditional medicine and a true devotee has been praying in a temple in Tongren, China, for over t[...]
Boing Boing - Shatnerquake: bizarro novel about every Shatner character sucked into reality to hunt down William Shatner - Rose sez, "Shatnerquake is a book by Jeff Burk, available now from independent publisher Eraserhead Press who specializes in publishing bizarro cult fiction." It's the first ShatnerCon with William Shatner as the guest of honor! But after a fail[...]
Boing Boing - Why neutrality is more important than connection speeds - David Isenberg's posted the text of "Broadband without Internet ain't worth squat," a speech he gave to the Broadband Properties Summit this week, arguing that the most salient characteristic of the Internet is that it allows anyone to deploy any app[...]
FAIL Blog: Pictures and Videos of Owned, Pwnd and Fail Moments - Audi Billboard Fail - Submitted by Nick C
The Official Google Blog - Mowing with goats - At our Mountain View headquarters, we have some fields that we need to mow occasionally to clear weeds and brush to reduce fire hazard. This spring we decided to take a low-carbon approach: Instead of using noisy mowers that run on gasoline and pollu[...]

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