It’s hard to believe I’ve had this gig since last century, but it says right there under my picture: Guide since 1999. After months of planning and frenzied behind-the-scenes work, About.com rolled out the new design for our site this morning. I dig it — it’s much less cluttered and more web-2.0-y, with support for [...]
That’s right! After decades laboring underground, we’ve finally gone public! Yet another sign that the end times are at hand.
flickr lets users drag and drop photos onto a Yahoo map now, so the pictures know where they were taken. You can search the map or look up individual users or areas. I’ll have to play with it a bunch more to figure this out, but obviously, this brings us one step closer to recreating [...]
How Many Friends Does Your Book Have?
On a beautiful spring day like this, it’s hard to concentrate on work–not because of the gorgeous weather, mind you, but because of the insane drilling, welding, crunching, and thumping noises the car garage next door is now spilling into the street. So instead of writing, I’ll tell you why Google owns me so completely. [...]
From you weather man, David Lynch.