9th Jan 2010
Murmur Study is an installation by Christopher Baker. In it, Twitter is continuously monitored for new messages containing words like argh, meh, grrrr, oooo, ewww and hmph and printed as an endless waterfall of text accumulating in tangled piles of receipt paper; perfectly illustrating how much waste Twitter produces.
Based on the tags from this post.
Gorillas get tooled up
A recent study on gorillas in the Congo has returned interesting results. Apparently, these gorillas have been acting human-like: one gorilla used [...]
Web Authoring Statistics
Google Code has come up with a broad study into the popularity of the authoring techniques used when making web pages. [...]
Web 2.0: A step backwards for accessibility?
In 2004 the Disability Rights Commission (DRC) undertook a survey of over 1,000 UK websites and found just 19 percent managed to reach Level 'A' of WC [...]
First day back at work since the holidays. In summary: started bad and got worse before looking up.The train station was emptier than a Scottish pay [...]
To The Letter
Posting my first letter.The Letter was launched in September 2004, rising pheonix-like from the ashes of doepud log. The Letter is a more focussed [...]