Microlog//2004.09

Microlog entries posted in September 2004

MoCo Tokyo, a guide to contemporary design in Tokyo [c/o Antipixel]
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“JPG Magazine is for people who love imagemaking without attitude. It’s about the kind of photography you get when you love the moment more than the camera. It’s for photographers who, like us, have found themselves online, sharing their work, and would like to see that work in print.”
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The Sixth Borough, a story by Jonathan Safran Foer
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Bus driver in Wellington Quay accident charged with dangerous driving
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Zimbabwe court drops Daily News case
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Murder rates fall in South Africa
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Day above night
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Man Booker Prize shortlist announced
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Guardian Special Report: The World in 2020
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Quicksilver: moving around and training yourself
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“Obviously, the official media don’t quite know how to deport themselves in relation to the blogs. If they adopt them, it’s like having a spastic arm - they can’t control it. But if they don’t adopt it, they’re missing out on the newest, edgiest trend in the media.”
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Creativity Techniques
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Los Angeles architectural photo gallery [c/o Metafilter]
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A truly startling Polaroid slideshow of life in Tokyo [c/o The Morning News]
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Critique Magazine: On Writing
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Why I haven’t bought anything from the iTunes Music Store [c/o del.icio.us/magnetbox]
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The Lifehacks Wiki [c/o del.icio.us/merlinmann]
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The Best of Eyetrack III: What We Saw When We Looked Through Their Eyes [c/o Interconnected]
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First direct image of a planet orbiting another star [c/o helium-3]
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A Silicon Valley startup claims to have cracked one of most elusive goals of the software industry: a near-universal emulator that allows software developed for one platform to run on any other
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Lion Kimbro on wiki, notebooks, and the public web
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Great Ideas, a fantastic new budget series from Pengiun Books
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Maciej Ceglowski demands four minutes and twenty seconds of your life
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The NPPA’s Best of Still Photojournalism 2004 [c/o kottke.org]
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Raymond Pettibon: Works in Progress, Summer 2003
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Afrikaner apartheid critic Beyers Naudé dies at 89
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Nigerians put down new roots in Ireland
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At least the Beeb gets Wikipedia
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The Words Speakers Use [c/o del.icio.us/magnetbox]
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The Non-Expert on Accents
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Kill Bill Vol. 1 — in ASCII [c/o Boing Boing]
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Wired catches on to Kaiju Big Battel, about two years after I did
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“It’s sort of the Jay Leno of computers, but otherwise it’s beautiful.”
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This page is a reverse chronology of Microlog entries by MacDara Conroy filed under September 2004. You will find many more in the Archives.