Well, we’re moving forward into 2011.
This week I have No, FBML, WordPress, cats, Antoine, and more.
- My Cart, My Self – The author discusses recommendations by Facebook and Netflix and why he really doesn’t care for them.
- Clive Thompson on How Tweets and Texts Nurture In-Depth Analysis – Instead of making us consumers or short snippets of information, the author argues that tweets may be a catalyst for more in-depth analysis of a topic.
- Saying No – It’s ok to say no. And it’s ok to not feel guilty when you do.
- Facebook keeping FBML for custom tabs in Facebook Pages – A while back Facebook announced that they would be getting rid of FBML. Those of us who use Static FBML to create custom tabs were upset and confused. It seems that Facebook will not be getting rid of static FBML for custom tabs but that applications will no longer be developed with FBML. Could Facebook make things anymore confusing?
- How to disable the WordPress Admin Bar – WordPress 3.1 is going to have an admin bar like the ones you see at the top of WordPress.com blogs. Here are instructions on how to disable it.
- 12 Bookstore Cats – If you have a cat you are already aware of how well cats and books go together. Whenever you are trying to read the cat will plop down on your book and demand attention. ;-)
- Repurposing Gives Literal Meaning To Library Information Desk – It’s a library information desk made out of old books.
Antoine and the bed intruder remix.