Link Barf

I collect. Here are some of my collections from this week. All are things I found interesting, but don’t necessarily feel like writing a whole post about. I usually like to give credit when I link to things I found via other people… but I’ve been lax in keeping track. Maybe for link barf 2 I’ll be better.

  • FFFFOUND: Image tagging site. Really fffffantastic finds and inspiration. I subscribed to the RSS but couldn’t handle the flood. [via Cool Hunting]
  • blist.com: A free online database application. I totally need this. I’m not sure how exactly I need this, but I’m sure I’ll find some use for it. [via a coworker]
  • Kevin Kelly’s 1,000 True Fans: Thanks to the web and the long tail – you don’t need to be a superstar… you just need 1,000 true friends. How many true fans does a library need? (also discussed by David Lee King) [via the husband]
  • Vaga interface icons: cute icons for your interface needs [via SmashingMagazine]
    I collect a lot of these…here are some more
  • Feed My App: Showcase of web based applications
  • Elements of Design: Design pattern/element showcase
  • DALNET: experiments with embedding multimedia in an OPAC [via show and tell at Library Camp]

1 Comment so far

  1. Noah on March 28th, 2008

    You know, you don’t have to subscribe to the whole of Ffffound. If you like a particular user on Ffffound, you can subscribe to just their feed instead of everything:
    http://ffffound.com/home/rumproast/found/ Or to _really_ narrow it down, you can even subscribe to just images that a user actually bookmarked themselves
    http://ffffound.com/home/rumproast/post/

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