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My delicious.com bookmarks for February 25th

  • ID Card Database *Already* Breached – "Yes, that will be a good excuse, won't it: honest guv, I just inadvertently clicked on Gordon Brown's ID card information…." Does anyone still think they're a good idea? I especially like the argument that because it's been broken it's more secure. Nice.
  • Who profits from the App Store? – A rather more balanced piece about the iTunes App Store than we typically see. Certainly I'm nearer the one copy a day end of the spectrum than the quarter of a million dollar in a couple of weeks you normally see in articles like this… (via @neilinglis)
  • Straw slaps ban on Iraq debate docs – How, in a democracy, does one person get to decide this? Surely taking a country to war is in the public interest?!

My delicious.com bookmarks for January 25th through January 27th

My delicious.com bookmarks for January 21st through January 22nd

  • NetNewsWire and iPhone-Sized Data – "Lesson learned: It’s not enough for an iPhone app to sport an iPhone-optimized user interface. It needs iPhone-sized data, too." I agree with this in principle but I've been thinking how I'd apply it to my iPhone application, Yummy, and coming up with a blank. How can you decide in advance which bookmarks you'll want to see? Most recent? Those with a particular tag? I can't think of an option other than 'all.'
  • The Inauguration of President Barack Obama – In case you're not sick of the inauguration already, here are some great images of the day.
  • Gordon Brown withdraws plan to keep details of MPs' expenses secret – "The PM said proposals for reforms of MPs' expenses would provide 'more transparency' than in most other parliaments around the world." I'm not convinced that this is a standard we should aspire to. Let's face it, our parliament is more open that North Korea and less tyrannical than Iran's but really that's not much of an achievement.

My delicious.com bookmarks for January 8th through January 12th