Hey -o-, let's go! - Generated Content by David Storey:
We have to hope that Mozilla and IE stick to their guns. Because right now the W3C requires two interoperable implementations for something to become a standard. That now becomes two thirds of implementations. If we lose another engine, one effectively has veto power. WebKit effectively has that now anyway on mobile, where once Opera switches over the Opera Mini backend to WebKit, it is rounding errors away from complete domination.
- Ghost Ship's New Look | We Heart; Lifestyle & Design Magazine:
street art collective have grand plans for decaying icon of the North Wales coast...
- Boba Fett: The Mixer:
A DeviantArt user by the name of "tommyfilth" created this Boba Fett mixer that you didn't know existed two seconds ago, but is probably now on the top of your want list
Madly cool quadrocopter tricks.
- Graffiti art debate flares in Fremantle:
Fremantle Mayor Brad Pettitt said the new policy would see the city's graffiti removal team focused on "tags" and "low quality nuisance graffiti as a first priority". ... "Street art is publically viewable pieces of art work that has artistic merit that actually gets you thinking and you can see that there has been a lot of time and effort go into its creation," he said.
- 16 Quotes From Tony Abbott to Remind You Why He Shouldn't Be Prime Minister | What's the run dude? (what it says on the tin)
- The Fire Question « The New Adventures of Stephen Fry:
I do not want only Apple, or only Samsung, or only Nokia or only BlackBerry to dominate. The more variation and choice in form factors, operating systems, the more innovation in terms of your device and its response to the environment, the better. The more open hardware and software APIs that allow for medical, military, charitable, mercantile, individual, artistic and social interaction for pleasure, gain, reward and the furthering of mankind's destiny, the better. Boo to monopolies. Hurrah for competition and innovation.
- Why Is It Hard to Make Friends Over 30? - NYTimes.com
- New Zealand and Australian prime ministers want mobile roaming cap | News.com.au:
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard is holding bilateral talks with her New Zealand counterpart John Key ... The main issue on their agenda is giving authorities in both countries the power to cap mobile calling, texting and data charges, if providers don't continue to drop their rates.