Links shared from del.icio.us today:
- Sophos Security Topics | Switch to Sophos
- Worth it just for their heading: "Why Are You Upgrading to Symantec 11?" ;)
- (categories: sophos antivirus security mac software)
- Why do you blog? | Reasons behind Blogging and why many Fail
- I do it for fun, which makes me a "rare breed" apparently! I also do it for keeping track of things
- (categories: blogs blogging)
- MacSparky – Blog – Dancing with OPML
- Interesting post on a complete OPML workflow, desktop and mobile. Really need to start doing this
- (categories: howto mac opml)
- Metro Lyrics: While My Guitar Gently Weeps
- George Harrison was my favourite Beatle :)
- (categories: beatles music georgeharrison lyrics)
- BlueberryMuffin.jpg (JPEG Image, 291×291 pixels)
- That is one tasty looking stack of blueberry muffins!
- (categories: images food)
- Sydney Opera House at Night Wallpaper and Photo (High Resolution Download)
- One of these days when I find my proper tripod in one of the millions of packing boxes, I'm going to attempt shots like this :)
- (categories: sydney desktops backgrounds australia sydneyoperahouse)
- いつもの『Fate』とはちょっと違う『Fate／EXTRA（フェイト／エクストラ）』 – ファミ通.com
- I'm an unabashed fan of Type/Moon's art, but a translucent dress? Oh dear.
- (categories: typemoon fate fateextra art anime games)
- Google Named Most Reputable Company in U.S.
- Most reputable to their customers, but not taxpayers.
- (categories: google reputation internet business taxhavens)
- Breaking News: Flash floods hit Singapore | The Online Citizen
- Again?! How much money was spent on those brand new massive water pump systems from The Netherlands?
- (categories: singapore floods news)
- Freakonomics » Ten Reasons Why I Would Never Donate to a Major Charity (How to Be a Superhero, Part 2)
- Leaving aside the fact most charities spend more on themselves than people in need, or that religious ones have more strings attached than Mr Squiggle.
- (categories: charity freakonomics blogs)
- Main Page – Digital Media Asia
- Singapore Management university project about digital media in Asia-Pacific. The grammar is a bit off at times, but useful.
- (categories: singapore malaysia australia asiapacific wiki web media)
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