iPad Links: Friday, May 7, 2010

I was able to touch the kittens today. But I still can’t tell if these are survivors. They look like furry sandworms even when I was gently rubbing their backs. Eyes still closed, no meowing, still helpless tiny things.

NYPL: Library Faces Harshest Budget Cut in History

NYPL offers more than 3,600 computers with Internet access, providing some five million computer sessions a year. Under today’s proposed cut, we anticipate an astounding two million fewer sessions next year.

The NYPD Tapes: Inside Bed-Stuy’s 81st Precinct

Shitbags: Comedy Central developing Jesus Christ cartoon

1: The internet, as imagined in 1965
2: Internet 64

What? No webOS phone? Sprint and Virgin Mobile announces Beyond Talk $25 prepaid plan, new prepaid brand
Android Now Running On iPhone 3G
MacBook Business Card Holder
Installing a 2 GB hard drive into a Newton

A Million Twitter Followers Doesn’t Mean Anyone Listens to You
Pulling a Facebook Swifty
Psychological manipulation – what I learned trying to save money on a sandwich
Your business…and Iron Man, too…
25 Reasons Moms Make Great Marketers
Badass of the Week: Craig Harrison

iPad:
The iPad: personal or family device?
iPad Cover Presentation Tests
iPad and MORE ePub Best Practices
Apple and Controlling the Platform
1: My MacBook Pro runs JavaScript 26.7x as fast as my iPad
2: iPad JavaScript Shockingly Slow?

Apple:
Apple developing Flash alternative named Gianduia
Chicken Little and 3.3.1′s Great Big Loophole
Apple, hire librarians for the App Store! That’s a problem

UI/Web Design:
Start the Internet hunt: BBC2’s five-part “The Genius of Design” series premieres tonight
Every Site a Mobile Site
Your Web App has Launched – Now What?
In A Perfect World
The Anatomy of a Website
Create Your Own WordPress Theme from an HTML Template
Three simple things that browser developers can do today to make HTML5 Apps real
HTML5 Text Path demo
Font-Embedding Icons: This Is a Big Deal
Ajax Style Loading Animation in CSS3 ( no Images )
Modern CSS Layouts, Part 2: The Essential Techniques

Publishing:
Hachette Creates ‘Emerging Platforms’ Position
Scribd: The Future of Reading is Open
Bowker and Google Collaborate to Optimize the Identification, Cataloging and Discovery of Google Editions
Why Google sued a tiny blues music label
The lazy medium

Writers/Writing:
The Book of Body Language
The City of Abacus
Grant Morrison Discusses Joe the Barbarian
Hunter S. Thompson fills out a TV contract (pic)

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