Spotted by Austin in Northern Thailand: bespoke chicken carrier

Image credit: Austin Bush. Excellent post from Austin Bush about running into a guy carrying a bespoke bamboo chicken container in Northern Thailand, near Mae Hong Son. Check out the full post for the details and another pic. As Austin says: I came across the guy above just outside Ban Mae Lana, possibly the most […]

How to make netbooks run faster

Netbook nerds only: My friend H recently asked a few pals for some tips on netbooks, the increasingly popular ((Asus is the netbook pioneer, but Dell and several other companies also produce these gadgets. And Nokia recently announced that they’re getting into the subnotebook game, as well.)) subnotebook computers that are cheap, lightweight, and great […]

Refurbished computer hardware

In their excellent Circuits section, the New York Times is running an article about refurbished computer hardware, which can be a good option for small organizations with limited budgets.

“The Big Red Fez”

Seth Godin’s new book, “The Big Red Fez: How to Make Any Web Site Better,” is an entertaining treatise on the importance of user-centered Web design and Web marketing.

Interview with Michael Gilbert

Philanthropy News Digest is running a great interview with Michael Gilbert, one of the foremost leaders in the nonprofit tech world. I agree with a lot of what he has to say. His Nonprofit Online News site is one of my favorite destinations on the Web.

Email formatting strategies

I came across an excellent article about email formatting strategies. It’s called “The Elements of Email Style.”