Saturday, February 14, 2009

Love looks not with the eye, but with the mind...

Donald Norman, Geoffrey Moore, and others will be speaking at the Business of Software 2009 in San Francisco on 09-11 November. David Allen, author of Getting Things Done and Making it all Work, is the personal productivity guru. His GTD philosophy is incredibly useful and popular, as evidenced by these web sites (and many more like them): GTDtimes, GTD, and this list of the top 10 GTD sites. Official web site of the Florida-based band Shinedown. KNTU 88.1 FM is the Jazz radio station of the University of North Texas. Online home of artist Etherbrian. Peter Cohan's Great Demo! blog. Traveling abroad on business? Consider these business culture guides from Executive Planet. There's a fan club for everything: the Pancake Appreciation Society. If you're an entrepreneur, check our Darmesh Shah's blog, On Startups. All you knitters might be interested in the Museum of Odd Socks.

Yet another way to decorate your web site: Ninjafy. Git yer groove on with these mashup sites: Mashup Industries, Ziggy Stardust remixed, and Mysplice III. Can't decide if this is for knitters or bacon fan boys: knitting bacon. What is it with odd collections and museums this week? Visit the Banana Museum. The School of Visual Arts in NYC offers this reading list for interaction design. (I've read 4 of the 21 books. So little time.) Get your art history online from smarthistory. CD-adapco has created an online resource center for vehicle simulation (registration required). This is why I'm fat. Is Wolfram's MathWorld really the web's most extensive math resource? You too can crochet this nintendo comforter. If you're not satisfied with the fast food in this country, you can try fast food of the world. Or maybe this is why I'm fat: bacaroni with cheese.

...and therefore is winged cupid painted blind.

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