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November 2009

Use a Single Data Store When Dual Booting - Dual Boot - Lifehacker

by ghis
Dual booting Windows and Linux doesn't mean you have to maintain two separate sets of applications, preferences, and documents. With cross-platform, open-source applications like Firefox, Thunderbird and Pidgin, you can use the same apps with the same configuration automatically no matter what OS you've booted.

October 2009

oostring/weblog » Roadtrip poster final

by alphoenix
This poster (800×1000mm) was designed to summarize and explain the summer holiday of 2009: a roadtrip/ moving house expedition undertaken by my partner Marthe and I, from Norway to England and back. It started as a tool for keeping track of costs, but was developed into a full trip overview as more details were added. Key data such as cost, distance and time are presented in various ways to create a rich data log.

Grafitter // Visualizing Your Life on Twitter, IM, Delicious, and Blogger.

by ycc2106
Neat idea - Grafitter is a way collecting information about your self over time while sending updates with Twitter, using IM, saving bookmarks on Delicious, and writing a post on Blogger. Grafitter visualizes the information you record in graphs.

The wraps come off! - Archive - The Dextrous Web

by alphoenix
The site is a blend of the US’s equivalent,, and Directgov | Innovate. It’s got a listing of available data packages, powered by the Comprehensive Knowledge Archive Network, and user-generated lists of apps and new ideas. This is just right: the data you need, combined with a way to promote the things you make and a place to get ideas if you’ve got itchy typing fingers but lack inspiration.

September 2009

Cartographie interactive Géoïdd France

by philippej & 1 other (via)
"Géoïdd (Géographie et indicateurs liés au développement durable) est l'outil de cartographie interactive du Service de l’Observation et des Statistiques (SOeS). Il permet de cartographier de nombreuses informations liées au développement durable sur la métropole et les quatre départements d’outre mer. "

The Data Liberation Front (the Data Liberation Front)

by srcmax & 2 others

The Data Liberation Front is an engineering team at Google whose singular goal is to make it easier for users to move their data in and out of Google products. We do this because we believe that any data that you create in (or import into) a product is your own. We help and consult other engineering teams within Google on how to "liberate" their products.


by ycc2106
Fedtastic is a dynamic portal to government information referenced in the catalog and other sources. the system was designed to allow users to search for specific questions that are actually related to the subjects they might be interested in.

Time of Crisis

by alphoenix & 3 others
Une chronologie de la crise.

August 2009

July 2009

Terre Natale (Exits 2) | Stewdio

by alphoenix
Le projet Terre Natale de Virillo sous forme de visualisation.


by alphoenix & 6 others
Daytum was conceived in 2008 by Ryan Case and Nicholas Felton as a way of creating an elegant and intuitive way to count and communicate the personal statistics generated by each of us every day.

June 2009

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