Links for 2004-12-08 [del.icio.us]

Links for 2004-12-08 [del.icio.us]

  • Bono to edit BBC radio Today show
    Which will probably mean the following will happen ... John Humphries: So Mr Blunkett -- was it a case of pride in the name of love?
  • April 2005 Theatrical Releases in the US
    With that kind of competition it's not really a surprise 'Serenity' was pushed back. I mean who could hold a candle to Super Knight Rider 3000?
  • Gwyneth Paltrow to train as chef?
    What and let her English accent go to waste? Bless...
  • Finding the Best Programmer's Font
    I'm glad I can't code for anything -- the decisions you have to make.
  • Site for sure buys
    The Guardian News Blog discovers Ebay. Hilarity ensues.
  • The Onion A.V. Club's Best Album's of 2004
    In a departure, for once, I actually own one of them -- Nellie McKay's 'Get Away From Me'. Good to know I wasn't totally tone deaf this year.
  • Product placement: Starbucks
    New series. Various products at Ebay. Who needs a real Starbucks apron? The dark recesses of my brain has ideas...
  • Baby 1.0, now in beta development
    Congratulations to Matt of Metafilter!
  • Art In Liverpool Weblog
    From Ian Jackson who kept us all entertained during the Biennial. I'm glad that he's continuing with something with a wider context.
  • I love it when n00bs come and tell us how to run things.
    One of those Metafilter threads which develops into a Greek tragedy. Oh the humanity ....
  • Firefox users ignore online ads, report says
    Crucially ignores adblocker extension as probable cause
  • Lindsay Lohan Loses Credit Card
    And I thought the Black Amex card was a myth!
  • Liverpool displays classic book
    "Librarians used £168 of that cash to buy from a London book dealer a copy of the four-volume Birds Of America by John James Audubon, often hailed as one of the most beautiful books ever printed. Liverpool's set is now estimated to be worth £5m."
  • 4 Things You Should Never Tease a Guy About
    I have no pride.
  • IS THIS YOU?
    Have you seen Amelie?
  • Film of the Day: Rear Window (1954)
    I always forget how good this film is then return to it every few years for a reminder.
  • Babylon 5: The Movie
    Well now everyone wants one. What next? Andromeda?
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