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macosxhints.com - 10.5: Sleep all displays via keyboard shortcut
"hitting Shift-Control-Eject (the keyboard key at top right) will turn off your screen."
osx  keyboardshortcuts  via:brook 
april 2008 by cote
FuseCal - The Web's Events in Your Calendar
Looks like it converts date info on web pages to iCal. Bravo.
calendaring  fucecal  via:brook  mashup  to_checkout 
march 2008 by cote
Jefferson Airplane – White Rabbit (Woodstock 1969)...
I would just like to point out that these are the people making decisions about IT now-a-days. Boo-yaa! Also: supposidly, HST often played Jefferson Airplane non-stop during early-morning work.
video  music  1960s  lcd  drugs  via:brook 
july 2007 by cote
The Long Tail: Who needs a CIO?
The jigs up! "CIOs, it turns out, are mostly business people who have been given the thankless job of keeping the lights on, IT wise. And the best way to ensure that they stay on is to change as little as possible."
longtail  cio  it  change  stupidnetwork  thekids  via:brook 
july 2007 by cote
The Experience of Being Understood
Signature are stupid for software requirement docs. Does the VP of development really know enough to "sign off" on a big document? Does anyone?
via:brook  requirements  software  agile 
july 2007 by cote
MOO | NoteCards - stand and deliver
Moo has really become a sort of publishing *platform*, almost an "open service." Their prices are so cheap and their product so generalized. What's it mean in other domains?
platform  open  openservice  pictures  moo  via:brook  biz 
april 2007 by cote
Appetite for excess-Life & Style-Health-Healthy Eating-TimesOnline
"I go at it full tilt, using the age-old technique of 'surprising my stomach' by getting as much as possible down before it realises I am full." I didn't realize this technique had a name!
eating  english  diet  food  via:brook 
april 2007 by cote
Druid Street
I need an RSS feed for when dude's blog format changes ;)
via:brook  blogs  uk  people 
january 2007 by cote
Information Architects Japan » iA Notebook » The 100% Easy-2-Read Standard
This looks worth thinking more about. But...I like big text and 500px wide images. Is that wrong?
via:brook  typography  design  webpages  templates 
january 2007 by cote
Penguin's Great Ideas = great design - Signal vs. Noise (by 37signals)
As I commented recently on Robert Brook's photos, I like that "classic" Penguin book look. ...And I don't mean Linux.
via:brook  books  design  penguin  publishing 
september 2006 by cote
Ben Ward » Microformats in Web Browsers
More discusion about using microformats. This highlights an idea: I don't really want to export microformats so much as use them to find content and view it in a pure form (without all that web design around it).
microformats  via:brook 
june 2006 by cote
A Proposal for a Safari Microformats plugin : journal : hicksdesign Ο°
With discusion about the value of microformats and some other OS X microformat links.
via:brook  microformats  osx  safari 
june 2006 by cote

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