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- Ann Coulter outtake foom SNL.
- Book Cover Archive.
- The Hype Machine’s top 5 albums of 2008.
- “I don’t know what you’re talking about, Hal.” Neave: television without context.
- Ross photographs some abandoned sites outside Beijing. Ariel has a winter garden.
- Anyone who cooks sooner or later has to come to terms with knife sharpening. (More information then you require, but most of this is important stuff.) (via the MetaFileter upgrade me thread)
- Jon Aquino built an RSS feed for the 329 works owned by the National Gallery of Art.
- The website is horrible, but JeanYves Lemoigne’s work is pretty great.
- Crash the Inauguration. (via Scott Heiferman’s Notes)
- My one-year hourglass is bigger then yours.
- Mia proposes knuckle tattoss. PAPA BEAR.
- Gratuitous eye candy: Sailing around the world.
- Foreign Policy.
- Make your razor blades last much longer: dry them after use.
- The Daily Routines blog – “How writers, artists, and other interesting people organize their days.” (via VSL)
- Just as I got into using it, Google Notebook is going away. Bleh! Any suggestions for a web-based GTD app to replace it?
- Gaza City, Illinois. The mosque of the Islamic University of Gaza. History of Gaza.
- Another month, another awesome Animal Collective album.
- There’s not much of Wolfgang Tillmans’ work on the web, but here’s some: truth study center, Andrea Rosen Gallery, a few portraits, and his own site. A couple of interviews: You photograph what you love, and Page 3 stunnas!, a discussion of the nude from the waist down photo of John and Paula of Franz Ferdinand. Oh, and there’s a documentary?
4 thoughts on “Weekendly clickables VI”
You used Google Notebook as a GTD app?
Still am for now. Works great, because it’s easy to drag items from one section to another. I have the plugin installed in firefox both at home and at work, so the same data is accessible from anywhere. I can even output it to a text file and dump it onto my ipod. It’s really pretty ideal. 100 times better, say, then rememberthemilk.
Since I have a web host and a domain, I’m considering some sort of PHP software i could install. Maybe something like a wiki. But nothing I’ve seen has the flexibility and ease of Notebook.
I don’t really do GTD but you might be interested in looking at WikidPad which runs on Win/Lin/Mac using Python. I like it because each wiki page saves to a separate text file. I have it on my USB stick and, so carry it with me between work and home. In the worst case, if WikiPad and Python are not installed, you can edit the text file directly.
Nope, no good. I lost my memory stick, but even if I had one, why would I want to bother with it if I can have a web-based solution?
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