Joey Baker’s corner of the internet

  1. todo application icons for The Hit List, Things, TickTick, and OmniFocus 4 with the first in the list diminished and the last prominent.

    Migrating ToDo Apps to OmniFocus

    My ToDo app is how I run my life, but after switching from Things to TickTick a few months ago, I've realized TickTick isn't really clicking for me, and I am taking the opportunity of the new release of OmniFocus 4 to give it a shot.

  2. Read it later applications

    Finding a New Reading App

    Instapaper has been a daily habit for me for years. But, the pace of updates as dramatically slowed over the years, and the article parsing has gotten steadily worse, so I'm looking for a replacement.

  3. "Storm Before the Storm" Take-aways

    The beginning of the end of the Roman Republic has many lessons for today's world. It's a pity this great narrative doesn't dive into them.

  4. Addressing Tech Debt

    The Agile philosophy has left us poorly equipped to deal with this reality.

  5. React Native Routers/Navigators

    It's really difficult to pick a good solution. This is a survey of the options available.

  6. Don't be Worried About AI

    It's a good time to strategize, not fear.

  7. If Salesforce Bought Twitter

    Quick thoughts on a direction for the probable Twitter acquisition.

  8. Social Business Acquisition Theory

    Microsoft wants to use LinkedIn to make money off ads. Because interrupting work with distractions has always been a good idea.

  9. Why You Should Never Check-in node_modules

    I think this debate is pretty much settled in the node.js community, but here are my notes for posterity.

  10. Home Entertainment is Being Unbundled

    The cable industry is afraid of going the way of the music industry, but it's likely already too late.

  11. The "Fintech" Term

    Why has this term exploded in use recently? Is it a slick marketing campaign, or bi-industry collaboration?

  12. Tell the White House About Strong Encryption

    The White House is asking for comment about "strong encryption". Let them know that it's encryption, or not.

  13. Quick Ways to Start Contributing to Open Source Projects

    If you're a developer you might not sure how to get started in the open source community. Here are a few concrete ideas to get you going.

  14. My PGP key

    Send me encrypted things.

  15. Why Silicon Valley Works

    What makes Silicon Valley unique.

  16. On Investing in CSCO

    Maybe it's a medium-term investment, but they're a massive ship that's tried to turn the wrong direction too many times.

  17. React Primer

    An intro to react.js for people already comfortable with MVC.

  18. React Inline Styles are Fundamentally Flawed

    The official approach to styling with React.js is to use inline styles, but there's a better future ahead.

  19. Easy SSL Setup with Docker and Bud-tls

    Easy TLS for any type of site.

  20. The New York Times is Jealous of San Francisco

    Articles in the New York Times have been laughably bad when looking a San Francisco; a city and a scene they don't understand.

  21. Rent in San Francisco

    San Francisco rent prices are some of the most expensive in the world, mostly because the city government is inept.

  22. Venture Capital, Bitcoin, and the Blockchain

    Bitcoin investments are about competing with credit cards, but the real value is the blockchain.

  23. Hierarchies in a Flat Organization

    Modern businesses no longer need strict heirarchies, but that doesn't mean switching to a completely flat organization.

  24. Comment to the FCC on the Comcast and Time Warner Merger

    The FCC is accepting public comments on the merger. This is mine.

  25. The 20 Year 3D Printing Trend

    Solving software problems will become a commodity. Shopping will cease to be a problem.

  26. Data Digital Economics

    A new source of power is a large dataset. Should we look for ways to give data explicit value?

  27. How Pintrest Could Monetize

    Pintrest could offer coupons for pinning. That's worth a hell of a lot more than a like on a Facebook page — to both the company and the customer.

  28. Defensive Testing

    Three rules I've found helpful in determining when to write tests.

  29. Alternatives to Destroying Net Neutrality

    ISPs want to kill Net Neutrality because they have to "recover costs" of building their networks. Here are five better ways for them to make money.

  30. Photo Advent: Wacky Backpacking

    My post for Photo Advent. A few tips on how to backpack with camera gear, and some really wacky pictures of death valley.

  31. Why I think Public Parts Ought to Include a Generational Focus

    I'm looking forward to Jeff Jarvis' book, Public Parts. I'm really hoping that it's a book that convinces my mother – and her generation – that social networking isn't just a frivolous activity.

  32. Facebook's Problem isn't Privacy, It's Lack of Initiative

    All the fuss about privacy is distracting us from the more important issue: Facebook has broken the social contract to turn our freely given data into something more valuable.

  33. Jay Rosen Quietly Defined Crowdsourcing at TEDx

    Jay Rosen's TEDx talk didn't have the same brunt force that Jeff Jarvis delivered with "bullshit," but Rosen's outline for crowdsourcing is extremely enlightening.

  34. Why I love MyNews from NewsTrust

    A review of NewsTrust's new personalized aggregator MyNews from a user who used to work there.

  35. Microsoft Should Kill IE 6 Tonight: Why I disagree with Leo Laporte

    A quick reaction to a great podcast: Microsoft should use its monopoly position to make decisions that benefit us all instead of wavering in the useless middle.

  36. Google Wave for Journalism, A #hackshackers Event

    Notes on the Hacks and Hackers event at Google on how Google Wave can be used for journalism and thoughts about what how to pitch Wave.

  37. Objectivity: The Mortal Ethic that Started the ‘Quest for Innocence’

    A response to Jay Rosen's theory of the newspapers' quest for innocence: sources are going direct, the Fourth Estate has lost its teeth, and Objectivity is killing good journalism.

  38. Dear US Senator for Silicon Valley, Please Help Fix the Mobile Phone Industry

    An open letter to my senator, asking her to help fix the mobile phone industry which is threatening business and net neutrality. As the senator for Silicon Valley, I figure she's the right person to ask.

  39. UI Guesses for Google Chrome OS

    A few quick guesses on what the design and strategy of Google Chrome OS might be. Mostly because it's fun to guess.

  40. Design says to Shovelware: ‘I need more whitespace’ — A Design Critique of TIME

    Continuing the A Web Design Critique series, this post does a quick comparison of a TIME article in the online and print editions.

  41. Dear Bill Keller

    Bill Keller, Executive Editor of the New York Times, gave an interview to TIME magazine that showed a total lack of transparency, a fear that journalism itself was under attack, and a disturbing amount of the 'old media' mindset. This is a look at what he got wrong, and how to fix it.

  42. Signed and Released: Side Projects are so Good

    Two side projects I've been working on: The Vancouver Project and Linked Photographer are now official.

  43. A Web Design Critique of Google News

    Google News has been in the media a lot lately – is it really a killer site that newspapers make it out to be? Design (and pageviews) says no.

  44. Google Wave: The end of the Wild Web

    Google Wave is easily the biggest step forward in communication since… the Internet. Here's hoping Wave will tame the Wild Web.

  45. I Support iPhones, Not Internet Explorer

    This site still doesn't look good in IE, but it now looks gorgeous on the iPhone. Wonder if that has anything to do with the analytics I've been seeing?

  46. Newsorgs Should Offer Freemium Live Interviews

    Newspapers are really good at interviewing, and they have the brand recognition to get big names. But, it seems that they've missed the opportunity to make money off of this skill.

  47. Whiteboard of Mindmapping: 'New Media'

    A quick look into my mind is a scary thing.

  48. Joey Joining the NewsTrust Team

    Summer internship away!

  49. A Web Design Critique of the Newsweek Redesign

    In what may become a regular feature on this blog, some free web design advice for Newsweek on their newly redesigned site front page.

  50. An Economist Approach to the Newspaper Industry

    Sometimes it's good to get perspective. Approaching the newspaper business from the point of view of an economist is exceedingly interesting. In this post, I present a the thoughts of a college student economist and my summary reactions.

  51. LINKS | Down with the AP?

    There's been a growing feeling that the AP is not our friend in the media industry, but this week, that feeling seemed to bubble over. We've got some rough numbers to show that they're not helping us, and with the rise of ESPN local sites, the AP is rapidly loosing it's marketplace. I don't know if I'm ready to sign their death sentence yet, they do seem to have some smart people working for 'em (I look to the New Model for News study and their iPhone app). Yet, it's painfully obvious (after the youtube fiasco) that the AP is a classic case of the right hand not knowing what the left is doing.

  52. LIVE | NPPA Photo Workshop

    I'll be livestreaming the Syracuse University NPPA photo workshop at 4:00pm EST. Click the link to watch here, or go straight to the Mogulus channel at

  53. The Wall Street Journal has their iPhone App all Wrong

    Mobile is the present and the future landscape for the media industry. In this part of the Nieman Labs series of excerpts from an interview with The Wall Street Journal's Alan Murray talks about their new iPhone app.They've got it all wrong, by modeling their app after a print model, but I've got a better idea.

  54. LINKS | Generation Y has Inherited the Media

    “Maybe, just maybe, the existing model for generating, distributing and monetizing content could benefit from a Ctrl-Alt-Delete reboot.”- Can the Statusphere Save Journalism?It's been two weeks since my last one of these, which is in part due to laziness, and in part due to my wanting to get a good list going on a contentious topic: Generation Y needs to take over the media.I'm increasingly convinced that the 'old media' model is broken largely because the old folks just don't get it. Not to say that there aren't people in 30s-70s who don't get 'it,' just that there are too few, too few in a position of power, and too few who get 'it' enough.These are my links for March 29th through April 13th

  55. BATTLE | Planning a Budget ‘New Media’ for Feature

    The process of developing a story budget for The Daily Orange Feature Desk is mostly one of narrowing down broad ideas to make them relevant to the population the paper serves.This is just a mind dump of ideas that I shared with the Editor on how to make their content a bit more 'new media' friendly.

  56. LIVE | D.O. Palooza

  57. You can’t make abundancy scarce

    I'm sick and tired of the mind-fuck that the 'old media' types try to pull on us. Charging for content, just because you decide it's valuable is asinine. We've got a choice: charge for a great user experience, or charge for fantastic content.

  58. LINKS | Generation Y takes on the world

    Last week has lead me this generalization: Generation Y fundamentally understands the internet, and therefore the current state of the world, in a way that older generations just never will. It's a generalization and not a maxim, because as folks like John Bryne, Bryan Murley, and even Steve Jobs remind me that us youngin's aren't the only ones who get it, we're just in the majority. This post contains my links for March 21st through March 27th.

  59. rev2oh | Classifieds: Use a tiered selling strategy

    RevenueTwoPointZero is a new group of very smart folks who are trying to rethink the business model behind journalism. After their conference last weekend, they've published a series of blog posts on their brainstorming sessions. I'll be responding to many (if not all of them) with the rev2oh slug.The one concern I had when reading the rev2oh plan for classifieds was the approach to selling premium content, which seems to follow a micro-payment model. Rather than nickel and diming the customers to death, I've got a better solution.… Read the rest of the post…

  60. LINKS | Inspiration Only

    This has been a really inspiring week for me. Everything from my talks with John Lowe, to activity at CoPress, to a phone conversation with Daniel about the future, to progress at The Daily Orange to this fantastic piece at Nieman Labs. With that in mind, I'm going to limit myself to links that inspire this week. (Also, it's been two weeks since I did one of these posts due to vacation. There's a lot of links.)

  61. Newsflow: How Journalism Is and Will Be Generated

    After taking a look at Steve Johnson's, co-founder of, speech from SXSW on the state of the news industry, I think this ideas are sound, but the details are too general.I've expanded on this thinking in a chart, Newsflow, to show the relationship between consumers, data, crowdsourcing and journalists.

  62. ESPN shouldn't use their monopoly to take advantage of students

    Image via Wikipedia ESPN has got me riled up. They actually want college journalists to work for them for free. It's not only outrageous, but down right dirty.

  63. Newspapers should Repurpose Craigslist to save their classifieds

    Newspapers need many revenue streams to make money online. Here's one that utilizes craigslist for your benefit.

  64. Gut Punch: TIME experimenting with Paid Content

    My long time love affair with has been seriously tested: they're going to start experimenting with paid content. I don't think it will work, but it is experimentation.

  65. LINKS | The Rocky Dies and the Daily Emerald Strikes

    So, I'll be on vacation (woot!) for the coming week which means a couple of things: I'll have limited Internet access, so don't expect a my LINKS post to be very long/exist next week. I'll have limited Internet access and don't plan on being able to get any work done. At all. Not too sure how I feel about that. My Thursday resolution to try out TweetDeck for twitter is gonna have to wait a while.On a similar note, if any of you have any requests on how to better lay this post out or better formating or etc… lemme know.Here we go: these are my links for February 26th through March 5th.

  66. Lightroom or Aperture?

    This gets filed under the old news category, but I thought I'd share a demo I did on Lightroom several months ago. (oh, and that's my first submission to slideshare!)

  67. LINKS | Google's Church

    Since I've decided to start giving my links rankings, starting next week, I will only be posting links with a 3 star or greater ranking.Lots of links on journalism this week (not unusual). There's a very long article from The New Republic that's very long, but exceedingly good. Also, check out my post on newspapers as a platform – I promise it's shorter :)

  68. REPOST | Defined: Newspaper Platform

  69. Rank your links! A publish2 community proposition

    From now on, I’ll be adding asterisks to my tags in publish2, as a way to star rank the quality of the post on a scale of 1-5. Just like iTunes. Just as easy to do.I invite you to join me in this endeavor. If we all start doing this, it will become an effective way of raising the best links to the top of the pile.I've created a Get Satisfaction feature request, please weigh in there.

  70. LINKS | Micropayments don't work, but everyone has a better idea

    Somehow, I missed the links from the latter part of last week, and have been bookmarking like crazy this last week. So, ya'll get a ton of links. Apologies for the long, long list, but I've broken it up with some good videos — and I've edited down! These are the cream of the crop from February 10th through February 20th.

  71. How Newhouse can become relevant again

    This post is in part a response to Lauren Rabaino’s post on how to change the Cal Poly journalism program in part an answer to the #collegejourn call for posts on how to improve college journalism education.

  72. Micropayments lead to Piracy

    If micropayments take hold, the news information business will likely see the same sort of piracy that has affected the music, movie, software, and video game industries.

  73. LINKS | Newspapers don't need micropayments

    These are my links for February 6th through February 8th, covering a wrap-up of the TIME magazine article on How to save newspapers. Including a look at a variety of different possible business models and some Tech and Photography links.

  74. BATTLE | What we need, is infastructure

    As a follow up to my BATTLE post, What we need, is a plan, I'd like to share some the continued converstation between myself, and the ever skeptical (and it's a good thing to be skeptical), staff of The Daily Orange .Read on to see 8 reasons why College Publisher, the advantages of moving off CP, and how why infrastructure for the move matters.

  75. Newspapers Oughta Sell Their New Expertise

    To adapt to the Internet, newspapers have been forced to evolve, some have become experts in ‘new media.’ Why not sell this expertise to ad clients as a package to get them online in a fast, convenient way. Both parties would benefit.

  76. BATTLE | What we need, is a plan

    The Daily Orange has no roadmap for moving online in a meaningful way. Despite publishing online for the last 7 years, the site design is awful, all content is shovelware, and there is no clear way to get out of the rut.This post presents a plan to move forward.

  77. The Internet Broke the Economy

    Douglas Rushkoff of NYU has completely blown my mind. It's not often that one finds a completely, world-upside-down, mind-altering … anything. But this is it. The thesis: The internet has turned the world on it’s head because because it destroys the traditional definition of economy: “rational actors maximizing their value through the acquisition/distribution of scarce resources.”

  78. LINKS | Please, please don't charge for free information

    These are my links for January 30th through February 6th:Including how to perform a sleight of hand Penn and Teller video, arguments for a non-profit newsorg business model, and one of the coolest business cards I've ever seen.

  79. BATTLE | Google Juice your blog (repost)

    The first BATTLE post will cover my struggle with The Daily Orange management to bring the evolution of 'new media' to the paper.

  80. LINKS | In case you missed it last week…

    These are my links for January 23rd through January 30th:A few funny comics, and many links on why Twitter is good for journalism.

  81. 3.5 Years of College… Over?

    In which I take a leave…

  82. Links | “Journalists are the biggest terrorists”

  83. Links for January 16th through January 19th

  84. Links for January 12th

  85. Links for January 11th

    These are my delicious links for January 11th from 08:06 to 22:57:

  86. Links for January 10th

  87. Links for January 9th

  88. You've noticed the 'links'

    Anyone know a good way to get tumblr to auto-post a digest to wordpress?

  89. Links for January 8th through January 9th

  90. Why the Nikon D3 sucks (and what the D4 oughta be)

    What I'd like to see on the Nikon D4, that the D3 is lacking.

  91. Links for January 8th

  92. Links for January 6th through January 7th

  93. Links for January 6th

  94. Death Valley Photos

    Photos up and and shoot analyzed.

  95. Links for January 5th

  96. Links for January 5th

  97. links for 2009-01-04

  98. No wonder they don't trust us

    Journalists need to grow some balls.

  99. Aught 9

    Happy New Year!

  100. Backpacker Responder

    Take a look at some new photos

  101. Shrink the Web (2.0)

    Small social networks have never worked very well, with the F* Connect convergence, we're going to see their relevance grow.

  102. The World is Our Studio

    24MP, Nikon Lens system, full frame, highest priced Nikon ever.

  103. Again, TIME is making good steps…

    TIME strikes again, and they might have a workable business model!

  104. Red DSMC

    Pros, Cons, and remaining questions

  105. Best Practices

    Poynter has bestowed a 'best practices' on me.

  106. Hear Hear

    Old media doesn't know how to do new media, and I don't think that talking about it is going to help

  107. Starbucks just won me over

    SNL commercial from Starbuck's strongly encourages everyone to VOTE.

  108. Yes, "It is our fault"

    The challenge of 'saving journalism' seems to be falling to us younger, tech savvy, folk.

  109. Newspapers need a Platform

    Check out my post at CoPress, for a quick overview of why we need to develop a common platform for all newspapers. Or… go the way of the railroads.

  110. The Power of "The Fourth Effect"

    Worth watching:

  111. Reverie: The Future

    DSLRs with video. I'm in love.

  112. The 5D Mark II

    1080p video, 21mp. wow.

  113. 'New Media' Chaos

    Guilt post for having not written in a while. Stream of consciousness update on my New Media adventures.

  114. Business and Coolness

    I've been super busy lately, but wanted to post this real quick. More soon.

  115. Drooling: RED DSLR?

    Can we even think about 24 fps at 12mp … in RAW?

  116. Four More Newspapers Intend To Drop AP Over Rates

    Just a musing that the AP needs to tread carefully.

  117. Following Obama

    A narrated audio slideshow with some unique pictures of Obama.

  118. Nikon D90: I thought this was at least 5 years out

    I'm an happy Nikon fan-boy.

  119. Some Photogs Can Write

    "When I die, I hope I have a bag of popcorn, because if my life flashes by, it's going to be a hell of a show. "

  120. National Geo's Photo Editor: Great Photography

    A TED talk by David Griffin.

  121. Canon Might be in Trouble

    Canon 50D Info Leaked?

  122. Censorship ➔ Ambivalence

    The media is causing the decay of outrage.

  123. I bet the CIA could do this 10 years ago…

    Video editing from the future.

  124. War in Georgia

    When I first looked at TIME's collection of photos my first reaction was: "meh, more war photographs." Once you get past your seven-year familiarity with war photos, these photos reflect their own importance.

  125. Gaffes

    TIME repurposes their pre-built online ratings system.

  126. NBC Olympics: Annoying, Incompetent, Liars?

    I'm going to enjoy the Olympics throughly, I'm also going to take everything that NBC shows with a grain(s) of salt.

  127. 'Olympicpix'

    Read the blogs here.

  128. I Leave for a week!

    Lightroom 2 … what a treat to come back to.

  129. Zell Hell

    "Take Back The Times."

  130. War Photographer: Aftermath

    "I thought I'd put photojournalism and war behind me four and a half years ago when I traded in the dusty battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan for law school in Miami. But those words reminded me that you never truly leave the battlefield behind."

  131. Esquire Gets It…

    Esquire announces a huge leap forward in digitizing the Media Industry – Kudos!

  132. Disembedded: Marines Send a War Photographer Packing

    "They embedded a war photographer, and when I took a photo of war, they disembedded me. It's as if it's okay to take pictures of them handing lollipops to kids on the street and providing medical care, but photographing the actual war is unacceptable."

  133. How to Save Afghanistan

    TIME has a great article on how to fix Afghanistan. The bad news: We suck, and no one (including Obama and McCain) know how to fix it. The good news? We can do better by doing less.

  134. Apparently Reports, Editors and JUDGES Decide Newsworthiness

    Another blow against the free press in the US.

  135. Auto-Aggregation Needs Real-People Editors

    The president's picture should never appear as a representation of the Congress. It's a marketing/perception problem for aggregation sites.

  136. ooooo shiny!

    "Try not to pick up every shiny object that comes your way, sometimes, it's a chainsaw." (this post is a rant)

  137. Steve to Craigslist: Open up!

    If Craigslist opens up will newspapers?

  138. Audio Slideshow: Afghanistan's Ongoing War

    Some great photos and a really good script for the narration. Zalmai does a decent narration, but her voice lacks some of the emphasis that a good narrator requires. Well worth the watch, and worth hearing the story.

  139. Free Market =? Free Press

    Newspapers should 'buy' when things are 'low.'

  140. Ed Kashi: Nigerian Oil

    Ed Kashi talks about his project on Nigerian oil. The US buys half of the oil produced in Africa's most populous nation.

  141. MobileMe Reviewed

    I've just gotten my hands on a full MobileMe account and I thought I'd take the opportunity to compliment and complain. Spoiler: I'm impressed with the flashiness, but think there is a lot to work on.

  142. Don't Get Caught Photoshopping, We'll Laugh at You

    A funny photoshop take on Iran's photoshopping debacle.

  143. ProPublica Announces Six More Staff Hires, Including Four Pulitzer Winners

  144. Stop Big Media - Sign a Petition

  145. They do care, right?

  146. Why Pro Photographers are Hired

  147. Getty, meet free market.

  148. 'Welcome Adorama!' From Joe McNally's Blog

  149. Crisis in News: Investigative Reporting on the Web

  150. The Other Front - Back in Kabul, Never at Peace - Tyler Hicks -

  151. Make Money by Removing Ads

    The key here is to provide relevant, local, ads that users find helpful, not gaudy.

  152. Colombia Releases Video of Jungle Rescue -

  153. Digg strikes home

  154. Blogging Off a Car Battery

  155. Quick Post: Layoffs Laid On (a map)

  156. I know What I want!

    Adobe, what's wrong? You gettin' lazy?

  157. Watching Media Conglomeration Progress

  158. Seen WallE? This is hilarious

  159. Wimbledon: An Alternative Look - Photo Essays

  160. Newspapers selling off assets

  161. TMZ got it right!

  162. Nikon releases new gear

  163. Meet the Press ... Moderated by Tom Brokaw

  164. The Blogoshpere Works as a good check on the Media

  165. Penguins are way harder to figure out than humans

  166. Google Tries Tighter Aim for Web Ads -

  167. Tough One: The Government's Right to Notes

  168. Connecting Another Dot(s)

  169. No, no, Newsprint IS Dead

  170. If you were in doubt: Tribune Co. is in the News Business

  171. Myth: The Smaller News Hole (at the NYT)

  172. I'm OK with Cops

  173. How I want my Data: Locality & Cloud Aware

    In which I ask for iCloud in 2008

  174. Rupert Murdoch, Chairman and CEO, News Corporation | D6 Highlights | AllThingsD

  175. For more, 'I told you so.'

  176. Inteview: Nikon's New Scene Recognition System

  177. Not News to Me…

  178. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot did happen to that War?

  179. Your Right$ Vs. Their Right$ Right? - The Digital Journalist

  180. In civilization again.

  181. How Not To Do Newspaper Video

  182. Still Photography has a Future!

  183. Add to My List of Heros: Tim Robbins

  184. Citizen Journalism, Brought to you by YouTube

  185. Jeffrey Friedl’s Blog » Preset Templates in My Lightroom Plugins

  186. Why is my Hero:

  187. Great Scots!!!

  188. Time 100 Covers - Photo Essays

  189. TV is Dead

  190. The Middle East Gets Press Freedom?

  191. In the Jungle with FARC - Alvaro Ybarra Zavala

  192. The Coolest D.C. Party is Still Lame

  193. Mark Hamburg leaves Adobe – LightroomNews

  194. You Suck at Photoshop Guys Revealed!

  195. Vuze says some ISPs abuse TCP resets; data not that clearcut

  196. Editing: 'Real World' Style

  197. Murdoch Moving to Buy Newsday for $580 Million

  198. survives random outages

  199. Chinese 'Free Press'

  200. Pakistan: Great US Ally?

  201. In the Time of Trees - Photo Essays

  202. In pictures: Rome marks 'anniversary' - BBC

  203. Props to the AP

  204. China urges 'rational' protests - BBC

  205. EU states agree that inciting terrorism on the Internet is a crime

  206. Curious How Much of a Mess Iraq Is?

  207. China Spurns Apology, Keeps Pressure on CNN -

  208. Inside Saudi Arabia. - By Nicholas Schmidle - Slate Magazine

  209. BBC NEWS | UK | Six jailed for supporting terror

  210. Where In the World Do You Want to Go? - - PopPhotoApril 2008

  211. Press secretary to the rescue - Ryan Grim -

  212. I don't support PCs

  213. The Power of Photo Editorial Decisions

  214. SWAT! - Photo Essays

  215. Papal President

  216. London Book Store Your videos - Currently Viewing "Book Store"

  217. DailyTech - German Schoolboy Finds Fault in NASA's Apophis Calculations

  218. Can We Give Clinton's Problem to Bush?

  219. Graffiti artist Banksy pulls off most audacious stunt to date - despite being watched by CCTV | the Daily Mail

  220. Iraq: The ten commandments | Salon

  221. Comcast to spearhead creation of P2P Bill of Rights

  222. On the Economy, 70% Disapprove of Bush -

  223. China 'gold medal' for executions – BBC

  224. New CSS Gradients

  225. AP Cuts Prices, Announces Mobile Product -

  226. New and Used (Conscientious)

  227. CBS Journalist Freed in Iraqi Raid

  228. BBC NEWS | Technology | Hackers exploit poor website code

  229. BBC NEWS | World | Asia-Pacific | Olympic torch travels on to Oman

  230. Photoshop CS4 Sneak Peak

  231. Examining X-Ray - Photo Essays

  232. The Economics of the Iraqi War

  233. A Lighter Day for Torch in Argentina -

  234. My Neighborhood - Baghdad Bureau - Iraq From the Inside - New York Times Blog

  235. Cheers

  236. Olympic Torch Stops in Argentina

  237. An Apathetic Iraq: The US Election

  238. CBS Said to Consider Use of CNN in Reporting

  239. ABC News: Sources: 'Principals' OK'd Harsh Tactics

  240. Adobe Releases Lightroom 1.4.1, Camera Raw 4.4.1 Updates

  241. What the heck is going on…

  242. San Francisco Takes Olympic Torch Off-Route -

  243. Iranian Blogosphere Tests Government’s Limits

  244. Confessions of a Caffeine Addict: I must be American, 'cause I run on Dunkin'

  245. Freelancers: How do you get work? | creativebits

  246. Italy and Dublin

  247. Times Reporter Free on Bail -

  248. Congress To Hear Of Gains In Iraq -

  249. xkcd - A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language - By Randall Munroe

  250. Washington Post Wins 6 Pulitzer Prizes

  251. The Olympic Torch In Europe - Photo Essays

  252. The News Business: Out of Print: Reporting & Essays: The New Yorker

  253. Cloud computing is well and good, but it can't beat the desktop computer. - By Paul Boutin - Slate Magazine

  254. iStock reveals revenue, photographer payouts | Underexposed

  255. John Nack on Adobe: Photoshop, Lightroom, and Adobe's 64-bit roadmap

  256. Canon loses SLR share, as Nikon surges | Underexposed

  257. Wow, that took a while.

  258. The New York Times' design director defends its new welcome mat. - By Jack Shafer - Slate Magazine

  259. BBC Poll: World views US 'more positively'

  260. Lightroom Journal: Lightroom 2 beta Available

  261. A comment of mine on Creative Bits

  262. Turkey Court Takes Politically Explosive Case

  263. - Microsoft to snub standards compliant mode in IE8

  264. MacBook Air Parody Ad Strikes on Several Levels

  265. Vatican: Islam World's Largest Faith

  266. US plans finance system overhaul

  267. Slashdot | Sony BMG Sued For Using Pirated Software

  268. Muslim 'Hearts and Minds'

  269. In Shiite Slums, Victory Must Be Won in the Alleys

  270. Coda Confidential

  271. Photography ➔ Video

  272. Lightroom 1.4 - sucks

  273. The Photographer's Right: UK Style

  274. Behind the Lens with John Moore - Pop Photo

  275. Google outlines proposal for 'Wi-Fi on steroids' | Tech news blog

  276. Generation Gap: Study Group 2.0

  277. US Death Toll in Iraq Hits 4,000

  278. Touring Around London

  279. Five Years in Iraq

  280. Self-Discharging Rechargeables

  281. Starbucks Announces Sweeping Changes

  282. Photojojo » Photography and The Law: Know Your Rights

  283. How Apple Got Everything Right By Doing Everything Wrong

  284. The New Austerity - What's Next 2008

  285. mezzoblue § Mediatyping

  286. Three Days In and Out of Tibet - Photo Essays

  287. Iraqis Don't Credit US for Safer Lives

  288. Geeky Stuff: File Systems

  289. Continued NSL abuses show FBI biased, cannot police itself

  290. Pictures of the Week - Shuttle Launch

  291. The Blogosphere Visualized

  292. Adobe Yanks Lightroom 1.4 & Camera Raw 4.4

  293. Back to Baghdad: Hell Reassessed

  294. Random news related to Italy

  295. Appalling Spread of False Information Requires Stronger Media Accountability

  296. Dana Milbank - The Secret Is Out: There Was No Big Secret

  297. Simplicity

  298. TSA causes MacBook Air owner to miss flight

  299. Study Discounts Hussein, Al-Qaeda Link

  300. Inspire me, now!

  301. Levy: Gone, Without a Trace

  302. How Google's counterculture changes everything | The Digital Home - Don Reisinger's take on the tech closest to home - CNET Blogs

  303. Italy

  304. Election Day - The Digital Journalist

  305. Ethics: The High Price of Ethics - The Digital Journalist

  306. Italy – Day 1.5~ish

  307. Math Suggests College Frenzy Will Soon Ease

  308. Gmail falls prey to spam bots | Tech news blog

  309. A Global Need for Grain That Farms Can’t Fill

  310. North Korea's Deadly Exit

  311. Steve Jobs as Mac product

  312. AppleInsider | Apple announces iPhone 2.0 software and SDK beta

  313. The Wire's War on the Drug War

  314. PopPhoto Flash: Tip of the Day: 8 Habits for Creative Photographers

  315. IEBlog : Microsofts Interoperability Principles and IE8

  316. szymon:

    szymon:is there a difference? ;) (source)

  317. A Guide to Web Typography | i love typography, the typography blog

  318. Examining the 'Great Paper' - The New York Times

  319. "I attend meetings in which designers present their designs—typically the first round of..."

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  320. UsingMac - Leopard - Optimizing Spotlight Search

  321. Creative License. Take as much as you want.

  322. byJoeyBaker

    byJoeyBaker: my own wordpress blog on my own server! 

  323. 100 Photographs that Changed the World

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  324. szymon:Fruits! Beware! (and other funny photoshoped images)

    szymon:Fruits! Beware! (and other funny photoshoped images)

  325. Start-up lets you fix focus after snapping the shutter | Underexposed

    I want it!!!

  326. "Make Money Around Free Content Illustration: Gaping VoidWhat does the “Media Business..."

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  327. "Martin Stiksel, co-founder of the site, said: “We have created a new model that works for..."

    “Martin Stiksel, co-founder of the site, said: “We have created a new model that works...

  328. Free! Why $0.00 Is the Future of Business

    Free! Why $0.00 Is the Future of Business : Fascinating look at the future of the internet as a...

  329. Fewer Youths Jump Behind the Wheel at 16

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  330. "Today, Mr. Devlin’s story has new resonance amid a renewed debate about the proper limits of..."

    “Today, Mr. Devlin’s story has new resonance amid a renewed debate about the proper...

  331. Bridging the Future: Behind the Scenes at the Bay Bridge...

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  332. "By the 7th grade it was universally understood that I knew twice as much about computers as anyone..."

    “By the 7th grade it was universally understood that I knew twice as much about computers as...

  333. "The John McCain-Vicki Iseman story is not the first article the New York Times has held back for..."

    “The John McCain-Vicki Iseman story is not the first article the New York Times has held back...

  334. Jim Koch - Photo Essays

    Photos are decent, but common… the content is fantastic. 

  335. "The John McCain-Vicki Iseman story is not the first article the New York Times has held back for..."

    “The John McCain-Vicki Iseman story is not the first article the New York Times has held back...

  336. "Instead of devoting the entire sensor for one big representation of the image, Fife’s..."

    “Instead of devoting the entire sensor for one big representation of the image, Fife’s...

  337. "It would have seemed incredible a couple of years ago, but a George Polk Award was given to a..."

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  338. "In an early warning sign of consumer weakness, Apple Inc. has reportedly slashed its 2008 NAND flash..."

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