Fluffy Links – Christmas Eve 2008

Twas the day before Christmas on the No Nonsense blog

Playboy of the Western World, modernised.

Advertising standards eh!

The British Wind Energy Association, an industry trade group, has cut its CO2 reduction calculations in half after talks with the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority, which enforces rules on claims in advertisements.

Free and pretty Powerpoint animations/designs.

“There are no tragedies. Only plot twists.” Jeff Howe is the guy that wrote that book on Crowdsourcing and writes for Wired. His son Finn has been diagnosed as being on the Autism Spectrum and he is now documenting it on the blog A Boy Named Finn.

Shopping with Tesco and touch screens. Classy.

If you’re into analytics then the new YouTube channel from the Google Analytics people will be of use.
Neato idea. An unsilent night.

Online making more than printing the paper. Oooh.

Guy Tweets live after his plane crash. People watch CNN where airport spokesman has no info yet those subbed to the guy are way inside the fence.

The Times coverage of it is hyper-bitchy. How dare a commoner get attention over their news event!

Something new every three years. Not a bad idea. Bit like Malcom Gladwell’s 10,000 hours idea.

A Draper family Christmas.

Obama’s Team have a simple but powerful comment moderation policy.

Fuck Buttons – Bright Tomorrow

2 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Christmas Eve 2008”

  1. John Smyth says:

    Happy Christmas, Damien – hope it’s a good one.

  2. Colm Brophy says:

    You know I was on the design team for the Tesco touchscreen app?