Weblog entries for November 2005

A self-service pay-as-you-go car rental service.

Time travel
Design of a time-based Tube map.

Conversion University
An excellent series of articles from Google on how to drive traffic to your site and how to convert visitors into buyers once they're there.

35mm Lego camera
Very cool. Who needs a digital camera when you could make yourself one of these?

5 men in a limo
You may not recognise their faces, but their voices are oddly familiar.

Web 2.0
Paul Graham is right on the money again. “Web 2.0 means using the web the way it's meant to be used. The ‘trends’ we're seeing now are simply the inherent nature of the web emerging from under the broken models that got imposed on it during the Bubble.”

Doctor Who: The Second Key
Comic strips made with photographed dolls and speech bubbles.

Paper sculptures
These are just amazing.

Rearrange the pieces to match the silhouettes.

Civil wedding music rules relaxed
You can now have Angels by Robbie Williams at your civil wedding ceremony. Fantastic news, I'm sure.


SlimStat 0.7

The newest version of SlimStat is now available. Here's what's new. Update: version 0.7.2 is out.

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Risk via Google Maps
Nice. And the next version will be multiplayer.

Google Analytics
Gorgeous new web stats package from Google. The site overlay feature is fantastic.

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