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Monthly Archive for April, 2002

Extracting Hydrogen From Sewage

This story from New Scientist looks promising. They claim around 40% efficiency in extracting hydrogen compared to 20% of common extraction systems. That’s still a good deal more costly than gasoline – which I think is around 80% efficient, but it’s getting there.

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Thoughts on B-to-B newsletters

A B-to-B case study regarding Matrix Groups e-mail efforst offers something to think about over here

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Solar Shingles

See, now I want to build a home so I can use these wicked cool Solar Shingles. I haven’t seen a picture, but the story says they look just like traditional asphalt shingles. They cost about 6 times as much as traditional shingles, but that’s an investment worth making. If more people were doing this, […]

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Hand-painted & Hand-crafted Signs

Even the most mundane items can be beautiful. Take for instance these Fossils in our Visual Landscape.

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Jay Chiat Dead at 70

We lost one of the great ad men. “Good Enough Isn’t”

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The Ultimate Mouse Trap?

So we know that users favorite (or at least most used) navigation device is the back button. Well then how about a site that forces you to navigate forward by going back? No? I didn’t think so, but it’s an interesting experiment all the same. Check it out: Reflektions.com

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Strange Surf Night

I’ll tell you, the Internet sure is weird tonight. First, I stop over at memepool, and find that everybody’s favorite head scratcher Time Cube has been put through a text to speech processor to create a kick-butt mp3 file. Then I head over to MeFi and get pointed towards the very trippy flashback. You have […]

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On the Bandwagon with K10K

I know that EVERYBODY is going to be linking to K10K’s redesign, but damn. They are so freaking good it hurts.See for Yourself.

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Catching Chameleons with E-mail

MindArrow has an excellent White Paper [pdf] on optimizing an e-mail program. I can tell, the learning curve on this is going to be steep, and I feel like we’re coming in a little too late to the party. We will have to be very careful going forward. We do have budget approval for a […]

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Rustboy

Some great computer rendered animation going on over at Brian Taylor’s RUSTBOY. Link stolen from Zeldman

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