Jacob Harris starts brainstorming ways to use Twitter’s new annotations feature, which allow developers to add a payload of data to each tweet.
Need to add spelling and grammar checking to any text area in your application? Here’s an open source way to do it, thanks to WordPress and Automattic.
Very, very useful angles on how/why to deal with reduced support for IE6. Some great data here too on the breakdown of Digg users, by browser, who are active on the site. If IE6 users just read and never push a button, why go to the extra trouble to code buttons they can push?
Pinax Support & Services — Looks like @jtauber and crew have started up a Pinax development firm.
Good advice here on technical code issues for micrblog platforms.
The open source Twitter, as seen in action at identi.ca
“Exactly how and when did this happen? I just got off the phone with another in a long list of clients who used the word “bucket” several times during a conversation about information architecture.”
Matt’s Django development environment – a box, an IP address, Ubuntu, Django, etc. All free and useful things.