I recommend the EcoGeek blog to any science-minded person who has an interest in the environment or conservation.
This is a well-written summary of software advancements of 2011.
Cool word: Boustrophedonic, meaning text that alternates left-to-right, then right-to-left.
Great hypothetical gift ideas for commuter cyclists. I particularly like the balaclava made of baklava. 🙂
This is cool.
Alas, I upgraded to Chrome 16 today and discovered that the vertical tabs feature was removed.
The best part of this article about testing IE in a VM are the comments at the end:
\Wow, \with \this \plugin \you \can \compose \emails in \TeX! 🙂
I enjoyed reading this very technical article about the networking and software infrastructure of github.com.
This is a nice little trick for print-debugging that should work in almost any IDE that supports conditional…