Links for 2010-06-05

June 6th, 2010 | brainjuice

  • Rough Type: Nicholas Carr’s Blog: Experiments in delinkification
    "The link is, in a way, a technologically advanced form of a footnote. It's also, distraction-wise, a more violent form of a footnote. Where a footnote gives your brain a gentle nudge, the link gives it a yank. What's good about a link – its propulsive force – is also what's bad about it."
    (tags:web )
  • World’s Biggest Blogging Platform Adds Curation Feature
    "WordPress, the biggest blog software platform on the Web, has added a "reblogging" curation feature much like the smaller innovative service Tumblr has offered for years. It's another chapter in the race to decrease friction in sharing your favorite Web content with friends."
    (tags:web )
  • HTML5 Video Made Hackable By Handroll.tv
    " "Anyone who can hack a Tumblr or WordPress theme," Handroll says, "can be a video editor — and with the same tools.""
    (tags:video web )
  • Longform.org
    "We post articles, past and present, that we think are too long and too interesting to be read on a web browser."
    (tags:essays web )

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