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Located in Corvallis
Last update: May 17th, 2013 at 05:00 pm
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A personal weblog by Paul Bausch, a web developer in Corvallis, OR
Gavin James : Daft Punk (Get Lucky Cover) : Secret TV - YouTube I added this to my favorites at YouTube.
Club Hangover Archive 25 half-hour radio programs featuring live Dixieland jazz from San Francisco in the 50s. The audio quality is outstanding and the announcer's old-timey style is fantastic. [via MetaFilter]
Vertical Video Syndrome - A PSA - YouTube I added this to my favorites at YouTube.
Wired: How Blogger Begat the Push-Button Publishing Revolution Wired is celebrating 20 years and put together this chart of people who worked at Blogger and their connections. I'm happy to say I still work on a blog.
iPhone Marimba Remix Looper RC50 - KIZ - YouTube I added this to my favorites at YouTube.
James Shakespeare: Stop externalising your life This is a nice reminder that using social media is a choice, not an obligation.
TechCrunch: The Evolution Of Google Reader Started With A Crash Jason Shellen talks about the origin of Google Reader.
Gazette - Your favorite content in a weekly ebook. Interesting alternative to the daily (hourly?) dose of information; gorging once/week. $1.99/month.
One Thing Well: Google Reader One Thing Well has a nice roundup of the Google Reader fallout and commentary. The verdict: no replacement yet but many are scrambling to get something working.
Official Google Reader Blog: Powering Down Google Reader shit sandwich.
National Geographic: FOUND Photography from the National Geographic archives. NYT: The Lively Morgue Photography from the New York Times archives.
Wood&Faulk: Folding Tripod Camp Stool This is a nice little folding stool. I'd like to make this. Maybe with a canvas seat instead of leather.