Josh’s Twindex.

In the interest of boosting my memory and not junking the internet up with the same observation made multiple times, I built a dumb little tool to research my own tweets.

Reader vs. Reeder.

So Reeder is better for reading the news, but Reader is better for not reading the news. Go figure.

Will trade a Dopplr invite for a puffy Garfield sticker.

I know the Internet can’t sustain a zillion and one social sites, but I actually kind of get a kick out of trading beta invites.

If you don’t have anything to say, just keep talking.

There isn’t a single offender that put me over the top, but I don’t think I can bear to listen to another podcast in which three or four people sit around and talk out of their asses about things that they don’t actually know anything about or cared to research at all before sitting down to record.

User-generated semantics.

The more I hear the phrase “user-generated content,” the more I’m convinced it’s doing more harm than good.

Living the I(Phone) life.

Running away with nothing but the clothes on my back and the iPhone in my pocket.

Maintaining your sense of presence.

Instead of having one status mirrored across many sites, it would be better to have all of my different statuses aggregated into a single point, where I can see at a glance what I’m doing.

Signs of the Times: My portfolio.

Replay videos of a three-year-old game that was completely ignored by the press and didn’t sell peanuts? No problem.

UI Planes (and Pownce).

A roundabout way of getting to a very minor complaint I have with Pownce’s desktop app.

Games on the Web on the iPhone?

Maybe we just need a little push to bring games and Ajax together.