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.
Running away with nothing but the clothes on my back and the iPhone in my pocket.
Kongregate isn’t the YouTube of web-based indie casual games; it’s the Xbox Live Arcade of web-based indie casual games.
Maybe we just need a little push to bring games and Ajax together.
My subscription list is creeping back up towards the 200 mark, which means it’s time to cull the herd again. When did reading become such hard work?
We’ve reached the point where people go around creating web sites expressly for the purpose of slagging on those who dare to stick their necks out and have public lives, and then turn around and act surprised when people use these sites to spread fear and perpetrate violence.
More GDC brain dumping, from Thursday.
I’m more excited about the Wii Internet Channel than I should be.
I enjoy stumbling onto signs that the Web is more than just a playground for the kinds of people who like to tinker with document object models and CMC paradigms. Case in point: those postcards that sit in little stacks at the coffee shop, next to the alt-weekly newspapers.
The Web is no longer this new and shiny thing that I’ve just discovered, but is now enough of an established institution that it can produce “where are they now?” stories.