Schmap, an online city guide, has published several of my photos. In San Francisco: Melissa Rapp at the Hotel Utah Peter Adams at the Great American Music Hall Gemma Hayes at Cafe du Nord And elsewhere: Aquagrill (NYC) Chez Nous (Austin)
This will prevent many of the annoying ads from showing up on Facebook: sudo echo “127.0.0.1 ads.ak.facebook.com” >> /etc/hosts One would think with all the demographic data they have about me, they could show me relevant ads. One would be wrong.
Hanlon’s razor tells us that we should “never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity.” I’m still unable to figure which is the case with Facebook’s new promo guidelines. Bad linking policies are nothing new â€” we’ve seen them from Fast Company, NPR, Starbucks and KPMG. But these stories are old, […]
I love that my airline has a sense of humour: It’s great that JetBlue lets its people speak in a human voice.
If you tell it to, Friendster helpfully reminds you when your friends’ birthdays are coming up. This is handy for calling them, writing them, or leaving them happy birthday comments on their wall Friendster profile. Look at the email itself: What’s missing? The birthday itself. Instead of building trust with its members by providing them […]
Can you imagine a blog between Ted Stevens and Miss South Carolina?
I don’t know if hotel pricing is as broken as airline pricing, but FareCast for hotels will be interesting regardless.
My session is Putting the Quality in Quality Web Applications. Here’s the blurb: A misspelled word, stray pixel or errant semicolon can erase your data, confuse your customers or put you on the front page of the New York Times. Learn what’s important when it comes to web app quality and how to make your […]
[title blatently stolen from 37signals.] Over at Yahoo, it seems some people just don’t know where they are: Fuzz, on the other hand, has a sense of humour, gently prods its users to fill out their profiles: