i like links
Not everything gets shared on delicious, and while I love reading my friends' automated daily link posts, when I turn them on here I always feel like they're a little bit spammy, not quite filtered enough. Nevertheless, I like links. And you like links. So here are some links.
- You're reading Tim Goodman, right? The guy's on fire. Two great wrapups this week -- of The Sopranos and Lost. (Oh, and SBJ had a great nugget on Lost as well.) It seems all I'm talking about over on Vox is television, but here's something that's bugging me. If you're a fan, and you're not watching the night of the episode, then don't bitch about spoilers. All over the office today "Shut up! Don't talk about Lost! I haven't watched it yet!" Come on, people -- if you're a fan, you watch.
- Fred Wilson on Wesabe: it's about social and tagging. I used to be a huge Quicken user (I even categorized the cash I spent -- to the dollar granularity), but am no longer. I keep meaning to try Wesabe, but I'm more than a little bit afraid of what I'll learn.
- The Hatch Design Blog featured a great pic of the Ring House outside Tokyo. It took my breath away.
- ReCAPTCHA looks cool...
- Kara Swisher on Facebook is worth a read...and she outs the plans for a Facebook TV show. The Kara v. Arrington spat is also great sport, but not worth the href.
- And speaking of warring factions I really wanted to watch the Civil War condensed down to four minutes, but the video seems to have been disappeared from YouTube.
If you didn't catch that, I just compared a silly spat between two journalists covering Web 2.0 to the most tragic war in our nation's history. Now that's blogging.