PyGoogle

PyGoogle, a Google API wrapper for Python was made by Mark Pilgrim, and it looks so sweet I just exclaimed “aj, vad läckert”, at first misspelling the word, in a Danish fashion. SUMMARY ——- This module allows you to access Google’s web APIs through SOAP, to do things like search Google and get the results […]

Web design critique: again

I got an email from the unemployment office asking me to fill out a survey about their website. This I did. The usual boring questions about usability, just for me to rate 1-5 which was good or bad. Did you notice the errors there? Uneven numbers give you the possibility to rate at the mid-most […]

OpenCourseWare

MIT delivers free knowledge in the form of their OpenCourseWare portal. a free and open educational resource for faculty, students, and self-learners around the world. OCW supports MIT’s mission to advance knowledge and education, and serve the world in the 21st century. It is true to MIT’s values of excellence, innovation, and leadership. MIT OCW: […]

EFF pushing BBC into CC’ing their content

Electronic Frontier Foundation Supports BBC’s “Creative Archive” – a press release telling us about the push from EFF to influence the UK government to Creative Commons the whole back-catalogue of the BBC. Imagine that. Cut’n paste. Mix’n match. Re-use. Remix. (Oh, that all sounded very mid-90s. I’ll stop now.) The prospect seems rather bright, though. […]