Interview with Larry DiTillio, author of the classic Masks of Nyarlathotop adventure.
Lehmätkin Lentäis is a pleasantly non-sequiturly named finnish blog that concentrates on the social aspects of social media (as opposed to the all too common business side of things).
100 words teaches a new word every day. Thus far the selection has indeed been all new.
There is justice after all. Michael Bay-powered remakes of Birds and Rosemary’s Baby have been cancelled.
Wikipedia vandalism animated (the page: Nickelback, the most common edit: reference to the band being gay).
Jamie Zawinski takes on Palm’s odd application store developer rules.
The combined electricity consumption of American video game consoles is equivalent to that of San Diego. I assume this uses only the current generation, and not the cumulative sum of all seven thus far.
50 things that are being killed by the internet (or some remotely related technologies).
Sites of participation: Wiki fandom and the case of Lostpedia, by Jason Mittell, as published in Transformative Works and Cultures, Vol 3 (2009).
Keisarin uudet laitteet: why the Kindle is not the answer. Especially when we do not even know what the qustion is.
Your company? There’s an app for that. How Apple competes with EVERYBODY.
Snakes on the web, an insightful analysis of the state of web development.
Monty Python returns (for one night).
Frankencamera, an open source camera designed in Stanford. Probably something that takes a bit more involvement than casual hacking.