- So many experiments to try in schools. (Via @Brinstar.)
- The most interesting response I saw to that Clay Shirky piece a month ago. (Via @deirdrakiai.)
- Why Firefox doesn’t support H.264. (Via @timbray.)
- Tale of Tales’ Realtime Art Manifesto. (I particularly liked the Ueda quote contained therein, “Reduce the volume, Increase the quality and density”.) (Via @RogerTravis.
- Interesting to see how twitter, blogs, etc. appear to (at least one) extrovert. (Via @betajames.)
- Emacs in the browser. (Via @marick.)
- How video games train football players. (Via Rafe Colburn.)
- Great stuff on web economics going forward; the bit about the importance of remembering passwords was particularly eye-opening to me.
- Doesn’t look like much at first, but let it run for 30 seconds or so. (Via User Friendly.)
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