Metropolis Design sells a replica of the map from
“Time Bandits” for $100 (plus $10 shipping). WANT.
Free Dr. Pepper this Sunday
Sun’s made its first release of the open source virtualization environment VirtualBox since they acquired it. I wonder how it compares to commercial offerings like VMware and Parallels?
Well-known indie Mac software developer Daniel Jalkut responds to Leo Laporte’s recent comment that
Pukka (a del.icio.us client for the Mac) “should be free”.
Things developers discuss the design considerations that went into a single dialog box, and how that UI evolved during the process.
A response to some of the recent anti-Rails FUD. “Seriously, how stupid do you think we all are? … Do you really think that I and thousands of others can’t tell when something works and it doesn’t?” Good stuff.
The Library of Congress has uploaded a collection of over 3,000 copyright-free photos to Flickr.
Dooce.com, a web site that collects “Every Rule of Thumb on Earth in One Place!”
An extremely useful thread on laptop security, from the MacRumors forums.
Erlang: The Movie (thanks to Ken Sellers for the link)