|Links for 2007-3-7
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/ik'sentrik Purveyors of Culture for the Misinformed & Maladjusted|
ImageMagick is a software suite to create, edit, and compose bitmap images. It can read, convert and write images in a variety of formats (about 100) including DPX, GIF, JPEG, JPEG-2000, PDF, PhotoCD, PNG, Postscript, SVG, and TIFF.
Transgender 101 part 2 of 2
Transgender 101 part 1 of 2
AWS::S3 - Ruby Library for Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
Ultimate Wordpress Site Speed - Install WP-Cache2 AND APC At The Same Time
squish - DXT Compression Library
Handling file uploading from www forms with CGI.pm
Clutter Magazine the UK's premier designer toy magazine
dTabs (Dynamic Tabs) - Wordpress Plugin Allows Wordpress themes to include an optional user controled dynamically tabbed navigation system with the possibility of drop down menus for categories.
Wubi Windows Ubuntu installer.
What Is RSS?
apt-get.org is intended as a place for people to share useful APT (Advanced Package Tool) sources for the Debian operating system.
Transition City Bristol Over the next couple of years we will be seeking answers to the question - 'How can Bristol prepare fo the impact of Peak Oil and reduce its contribution to Climate Change?'
Robotic age poses ethical dilemma An ethical code to prevent humans abusing robots, and vice versa, is being drawn up by South Korea.
How did you redefine your relationship with food?
How fair is Fairtrade? The Fairtrade label is increasingly common. But while shoppers seem keen to pay a little over the odds for fair trade products, some observers question how effective it really is in helping developing world farmers.
The GPS Revolution: How Pocket Positioning Will Change Daily Life Mobile phones, cameras and wristwatches are all being equipped with GPS technology. In this brave new world, data will not only tell us where we are, but also where we can shop, eat and sleep.
Confessions of an Empty-Nester Dumping the suburbs for down town living.
Giant lint rollers to collect dangerous Moon dust Magnetic wands and giant lint rollers may be among the tools NASA uses to keep dangerous lunar dust at bay when it returns to the Moon around 2020.
OpenKODE Like DirectX for mobile devices but cross platform.