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10 Stories the world needs to know more about
10 Tips on Writing the Living Web
10 x 10
101 Essential Freelancing Resources
101 Really Useful Websites
12 Principles
1337 (leet)
14 Defining Characteristics Of Fascism
152 resources on Online Tools, Generators, Checkers
195 Free Online Programming Books
30 free HTML email templates to get you started
300 Images from 1800 Sites
30Day Tags
34 Places to Get Design Inspiration - Online and Off
40+ Excellent Freefonts For Professional Design
50 Books for Thinking About the Future Human Condition
52 (Almost) Free Website Advertising Ideas
53 CSS-Techniques You Couldn’t Live Without
60 More AJAX Tutorials
60 More Places to Get Design Inspiration - Online and Off
701 e-Learning Tips Free Digital Book (13Mb!)
75 Helpful Web Design Resources
A Beginner's Guide to What Goes on Inside that PC
A Gentle Introduction to SQL
A New Kind Of Science
A Periodic Table of Visualization Methods
A biased history of interactive media
A reading list for aspiring knowledge workers
A web standards checklist
A.I.R. Annals of Improbable Research
AIGA Symbol signs
AJAX Write
Addictive little online games
Against Intellectual Monopoly
All known Idea Generation Methods
Alle geschriften van Darwin
America beyond Capitalism
Amit’s Game Programming Information
An Absolute Goldmine of Web Design Education
An Introduction to Activism on the Internet
An Introduction to Open Source Communities
Analytical puzzles
Animatie en illustratie Studio Carambolas
Apples and Oranges
Architectures of Control in Design
Around Me
Art direction and design
Arthur Schopenhauer
BBC Radio 4: Reith Lectures 2003 - The Emerging mind
Backseat Playground
Barbelith underground
Basic Computer Games
Because Wisdom Can't Be Told
Before&After Magazine
Beginner's guide to podcasts and podcasting (plus: how to create a basic podcast of your own)
Best Freeware Guide
Best Online Documentaries
Best Practices
Best of September 2007
Blog Epidemic Analyzer
Blog search engines
Blogdex - the weblog diffusion index
Blogenstein weblog ranking
Blue Vertigo
Board Game Geek
Boing boing
Bolo Bolo
Bowling Alone
Brands of the World
Bravenet HTML and CSS Tutorials
Brembs.net: Research on Learning, Memory and Evolution
Briar Press: Cuts and Caps
Browse Happy
Bug Me Not
Building Accessible Websites
BumpList: An email community for the determined
Business Readiness Rating
Business Rules of Thumb Wiki
CAS: Complex adaptive systems
CSS Formatter and Optimiser
CSS Zen Garden: Design List
CSS examples
CSS tutorials
CSS tutorials
CWAs Knowledge Management
Captology Notebook - Stanford University
Capture the Conversation
Capture the Map
Cascading Style Cheatsheet
Casual Gameplay
Change This
Chaos, cheating and cooperation: potential solutions to the Prisoner's Dilemma
Cheat Sheet Round-Up: Ajax, CSS, LaTeX, Ruby…
Checkboxes versus Radio Buttons
Clay Shirky
Clean Sweep Assessment
Collaborative Groupware Software
Collective Cognition
Collective Proza
Color Codes Matching Chart HTML (Pantone, CMYK, RGB Hex)
Color harmonies
Color selector
ColorCell Darwins kleurenspel
Colour Contrast Check
Common Craft
Common Myths about Web Design
Community Building on the Web
Complete List of Web 2.0 Products and Services
Computergames and Urban perception
Confessions of an Economic Hit Man
Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age
Copenhagen Consensus 2004 – addresses 10 major challenges in the world.
Creative Commons
Creatures in my head
Cross Browser Multi-Page Photo Gallery
Cynthia Says
DHTML Color Picker
DIY Flash map
DNA Hack
Darwin | the Origin of Species
Daypop Top 40
De bijsluiter voor referenties
Deep Fun
Design Checklists for Online Help
Design Patterns
Design: Step by step design ideas
Designers Toolbox
Designing for Civil Society
Digital Dashboards
Digital Village Audio Archive
Dive Into Accessiblility
Dive into Mark
Docking station
Don't Click it!
Don't make me think
Douglas Adams Quotes
Dr. Thomas Blass Presents - Stanley Milgram.com
Draw a house
Dropping Knowledge
E-Learning Showcase
E-Learning startpagina van Coworking
E-learning Digital Dashboard
EBB: ebiquity blog at UMBC
Edutopia magazine
Edward Tufte
Een website over huisstijl
Elearning examples
Emergent Democracy
Encyclopedia of the New Economy
Evaluating Website Accessibility
Evaluation of WYSIWYG-editors
Everything I know
Everything in Moderation
Evolution's Arrow
Evolution, Selfishness and Cooperation
Famous Curves
Finding the Best Programmer's Font
Finite and infinite games
First Monday
Flash templates
Flash tutorials
Flickr Graph
Following Benford's Law, or Looking Out for No. 1
Four Kinds of Privacy
Free As In Freedom
Free As In Freedom
Free Online Graph Paper / Grid Paper PDFs
Free Online Mathematics Books
Free eBooks for your PDA
Friendster publicaties van dahah boyd
GBAT (Guy's Bozofication Aptitude Test)
GUIdebook: Graphical User Interface gallery
Gallery of Random Art
Game Theory
Game Theory
Game mobile UK
Games * Design * Art * Culture
Gerry McGovern
Get the Glass
Getting Started With Web Design
Gids voor online sociale netwerken, 'social software' en (VS) comerciële netwerken/communities
Gmail Tips - The Complete Collection
Gnoosic - Discover new Music
Good Experience Games
Goodman newsletter
Google Guide
Google Scolar
Google als machtig wapen, ook voor hackers
Gossip and reputation
Grassroots KM through blogging
Greatest Internet Moments
Guide to the Philosophy of Mind
H20 Playlist
HTML Handleiding
HTML JavaScript boek
HTML dog
HTML, CSS, JavaScript tutorials
Habitat Chronicles
Hacking Knowledge: 77 Ways to Learn Faster, Deeper, and Better
Handboek Website Usability
Happy Hour is 9 to 5
Hazard Cards
Help the Googlebot understand your web site
High-res wallpapers
Hoe maak je 3-D plaatjes
Home of the Social Networking Services Meta List
How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
How To Speak
How rich are you?
How to Design Web Content for People with Learning Disabilities
How to become a woowoo. What is a woowoo? Read on
How to design a logo of letters
How to never miss an episode with BitTorrent and RSS
Human Body and Mind
I Have No Words & I Must Design
I Used To Believe
I can't stop thinking!
I want to ...
IBM Ponder This
IBM: sociale factoren in kennis management
IDESiGN - What is Design Thinking?
IE NetRenderer
IPPI Mail: Email for the Good Guys
IT Conversations
Iconen: Crystal Clear
Idea Futures
Improv Everywhere: We Cause Scenes!
Influence--Science and Practice
Infographics: Being and Doing (Part I)
Infographics: Being and Doing (Part II)
Information Aesthetics
Information Software and the Graphical Interface
Insultingly Stupid Movie Physics
International Game Developers Association
Internet archief 'Wayback Machine'
Into the Blogosphere
Intranet Review Toolkit
Invention Resource Database
Irritating Games
It can't happen here
Jaren 80 computer games in flash
Jay is Games
Kimball's Biology Pages
Kleuren kleuren kleuren
Kleurencombinaties maken
Knowing Knowledge
Korhoen typeviewer
Kubrick 2001: The Space Odyssey explained
LINUX Guide for newbies
Last FM
Learn CSS Positioning in Ten Steps
Learn UNIX in 10 minutes.
Life lessons
LightForce Flash Games
Link Types: A second look
Linux Shortcuts and Commands
Linux file structure
Location-based mobile phone games
Ludology | Videogame Theory
Management Methods, Management Models, Management Theories
Managing Incoming E-mail
Managing Web Projects
Manifesto for the Reputation Society
Many 2 Many
Map Machine
Map Symbols & Patterns for NPS Maps
Mashup Feed
Massive Change
Massive Free Education List
Math That Makes You Go Wow
Maybe Logic Academy
Media Virus
Microformats: What They Are and How To Use Them
Microsoft Computing Group
Microsoft Research DRM talk
Microsoft Social Software at Channel 9
Milestones in the History of Thematic Cartography, Statistical Graphics, and Data Visualization
Mind Hacks
Modular by Design
Moore's Wall: Technology Advances and Online Game Design
Most Influencial Philospher Alive
Museum of Hoaxes
Music Map
My footprint
Mysterious number 6174
National Cancer Institute: Improving the communication of cancer research
Nature's Magic: Synergy in Evolution and the Fate of Humankind
Neural Network Theory
NeuroGrid P2P Search
New Literacy of Cooperation in Business
New Rules for a New Economy
News Map Concept
Noam Chomsky
Number Spiral
O'Reilly - Safari Books Online
OSALT Open Source As Alternative
OSFlash [Open Source Flash]
Oliver Byrne's edition of Euclid
On Color
On-Line Guide for Newcomers to Agent-Based Modeling in the Social Sciences
One million dollars or all the world's knowledge of economics?
Online Communities in Business: Past Progress, Future Directions
Online Community Report
Online Photoshop
Online education free
Open Source Web Design
Operating Manual for Social Tools
Optimal Web Design
Orangoo spell check - the simple spell checker
Orisinal spellen
Out of Control
Over 320 mini pixel icons
Overture Search Term Suggestion Tool
PLoS Biology
Password generator bookmarklet
Patronen voor websites
Philip and Alex's Guide to Web Publishing
Philosophy Games
Photoshop tips & tricks
Pixel patterns
Plain English Campaign
Plain and Clear: Resources on Plain English
Play Again Games
Presentation Zen
Prisoner's Dilemma
Privacy.net Analyzer
Producing and Designing Online Stories
Propagation of Trust and Distrust
Public Access to the Alexa Web Crawl
Quality Web Content
RSS Feeds
Readability Info
Readings on web credibility: the best list ever compiled
Really Bad Powerpoint
Referral Web
Release early, relase often
Reputation Mechanisms
Reputation in Artificial Societies: Social Beliefs for Social Order
Research Blogs / Social Software
Reviews of multi-user weblog software
Richard Dawkins - Multimedia
Richtlijnen voor de toegankelijkheid en duurzaamheid van overheidswebsites
Rise and Fall of DDS (De Digitale Stad)
Rob Cross
Robot Wisdom | Artificial Intelligence
Ron's Guide - Free Webmaster Resources
Rubik's Cube Solver
SNA in a Business/Enterprise Context
SQL Designer
SQL Injection Cheat Sheet
STC Usability SIG Web Site
Sam Loyd's Cyclopedia of 5000 Puzzles, Tricks, and Conundrums (With Answers)
Samen online tekenen
Samorost 2
Schaalmodel van ons zonnestelsel
Science's 10 Most Beautiful Experiments
Search Engine Experiment
Search Engine Watch
Search by Sketch: retrievr
Search engine optimization basics
Searchengine: IceRocket
Secret Tutorials
Self Esteem Games
Serious Games
Signal vs. Noise
Simply Headlines
Six degrees of separation
Slash(dot) and Burn: Distributed Moderation in a Large Online Conversation Space
Slashdot /.
Small Pieces Loosely Joined
Smart Mobs
Smilies Unlimited
Snap search engine
Social Dilemmas: The Anatomy of Cooperation
Social Software Weblog
Social Software history, trends and possible futures
Social Software: Building Community in a Virtual Environment Syllabus
Sociale netwerk analyse
Spel met dilemmas in bio-ethiek
Spelletjes op hoogbouw
Stanford Prison Experiment
Stanford on iTunes
Stanley Milgram
Stichting Accessibility
Story at Work
Survival is not Enough
Swarm Intelligence: An Interview with Eric Bonabeau
Tag Clouds Gallery: Examples And Good Practices
Tech Shows
Telefoon etiquette
Telektronikk (3.2004) 100th Anniversary Issue: Perspectives in telecommunications
Terra Nova
Test your web design in different browsers
That Sneaky Exponential—Beyond Metcalfe's Law to the Power of Community Building
The $100 Dollar Game
The 10 Best Resources for CSS
The 300 Games
The 46 Best-ever Freeware Utilities
The Albert Einstein Institution
The Art of Computer Games Design
The Art of Creating a Community
The Art of Puzzle Design
The CMS Matrix: The Content Management Comparison Tool
The Cathedral and the Bazaar
The City Is Not A Tree
The Cluetrain Manifesto
The Complete Guide to Isometric Pixel Art
The Elegant Universe (documentaire 3 uur)
The Elements of Typographic Style
The Escapist
The Feature
The First Open Source Board Game
The GUI Gallery
The HUB magazine
The Immutable Laws of Web Design and Development
The Laboratory of Neurobiology
The Laws of Simplicity
The Mind Project
The Monty Hall problem
The Museum of Unworkable Devices
The One Hundred
The Prisoner's Dilemma
The Pro-Am Revolution
The Psychology of Cyberspace
The Ray Kurzweil Reader
The Relationship Revolution
The Rise of "Worse is Better"
The Second Superpower Rears its Beautiful Head
The Selfish Class
The Tipping Point
The Top 100 Alternative Search Engines
The Tragedy of the Commons, Garrett Hardin (1968)
The Ultimate Linux Newbie Guide
The Unofficial Steven Jay Gould Archive
The Unspoken of Groups
The W3C Markup Validation Service
The Way Forward with Web Standards
The Web Developer's List of Resources
The Wisdom of Crouds
The non-typographer’s guide to practical typeface selection
The one hundred most influential works in cognitive science from the 20th century
The ultimate webdesign usability checklist
Theories of development
Theory of Fun PDF
Theory of Self-Reproducing Automata
They work for you
Thousands of Design Resources
Tiny URL
Tips and Guidelines for Writers of Electronic Texts
Tool Use in Animals
Tools for Creating Charts and Diagrams
Top 10 Best Places to Get Free Books
Top 10 Sites for Web Designers
Top 100 Alternative Search Engines, February 2007
Top 100 User Centered Blogs
Top 30 Ruby on Rails Tutorials
Top 5 Photoshop Tutorials
Top Ranking in 24 Hours
Total Tutorials
TouchGraph Google Browser
Tracing the Evolution of Social Software
True Facts
Twenty Questions
Typetester - Compare fonts for the screen
Typographic Contrast and Flow
Typophile: The small picture
Uitwaaierende vriendenkringen (de magie van sociale netwerken)
Ultimate Web Development Cheat Sheet Guide
Unofficial Ubuntu 6.06 (Dapper Drake) Starter Guide
Urban Fonts
Usability Exchange
Use It
User Experience Resource Collection
User Interface Design For Programmers
Van nature goed?
Veel tutorials
Veilig werken onder Windows
Virtual Communities
Virtual communities startpagina van Coworking
Visual Complexity
Visual Dictionary
Voelspriet - alles over zoekmachines
W3C Semantic Web Frequently Asked Questions
WGBH Forum Network
Wallpaper, Fonts and Icon Freebies
Wat zien kleurenblinden
Water Cooler Games
We the Media
Web 2.0 List
Web Accessibility Learning modules
Web Developers' Handbook
Web Page Design for designers
Web Pages That Suck
Web-Dev-Bookmarks: maxi edition
Weblog software reviews
Weblog van Christopher Allen
Weblog van Crawford Kilian
Website van John Seely Brown
Welcome Image Collection
Welcome to the Tenth Dimension
What Peer-to-Peer Developers Need to Know about Copyright Law
What is Web Accessibility?
What is a K-log?
What is usability?
What the Font?
What we don't know
Where To Find Great Free Photographs And Visuals For Your Own Online Articles
Where can you find good images?
Why tables for layout is stupid
Wiki News
Work the Pond
World of Ends
Yahoo! Design Pattern Library
Zamzar: free online file conversion
Zelf games maken
Zen and the Art of KM


link How To Speak
In this skillful lecture, Professor Patrick Winston of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology offers tips on how to give an effective talk, cleverly illustrating his suggestions by using them himself. He emphasizes how to start a lecture, cycling in on the material, using verbal punctuation to indicate transitions, describing "near misses" that strengthen the intended concept, and asking questions. He also talks about using the blackboard, overhead projections, props, and "how to stop." Running time: 45 minutes.
link The Immutable Laws of Web Design and Development
Occasionally smart people say pretty smart things. The computing world likes to call these pearls of wisdom laws. They also like to name each law after the person who coined it. Take, for instance, the most well-known of all the computing world’s laws, Moore’s Law, which is named after Intel founder Gordan E. Moore.

In the web industry we have no such laws. While computer software and engineering is a science, web work isn’t. I view web work as an amalgamation of a variety of crafts and disciplines, like behavioral psychology, art and design, information sciences - and, since the end medium depends on technology, part computer science.

Given that last bit, it makes sense that some computing laws would apply to the world of the web. Since I have an awful time remembering them, I figured I’d write down the ones that have been helpful to me in my career in the web industry.
link Infographics: Being and Doing (Part II)
There are 3 major challenges in designing a successful infographic.
  1. To clearly understand what type of information it is trying to communicate – whether spatial, chronological, quantitative or, as is usually the case, a combination of all three.
  2. To conceive a suitable representation for that information as a cohesive whole – a whole that is more than the sum of its constituent parts such as, charts, diagrams, maps, timelines etc.
  3. To choose an appropriate medium for presentation – static (paper or computer screen), motion (animation or video), or interactive (increasingly web or other electronic device-based, but could be something as simple as a paper-based pregnancy wheel).
Despite the difficulty in creating a design framework, it would be useful to have one, in order to understand the overall picture of the infographic design process. The following diagram (Table 1) depicts one such a framework:
link Infographics: Being and Doing (Part I)
Information graphics reveal the hidden, explain the complex and illuminate the obscure. Constructing visual representation of information is not mere translation of what can be read to what can be seen. It entails filtering the information, establishing relationships, discerning patterns and representing them in a manner that enables a consumer of that information construct meaningful knowledge.

In the attention scarce world of today, information graphics (or infographics) have taken the media and communications industries by storm. From simple instructions on how to assemble your table, to explaining how a conjoined set of twins were surgically separated, to understanding what went wrong in the Challenger Shuttle disaster – designers, educators, journalists, and communicators in general have embraced infographics to help audience understand their intent in a swifter and smarter way.

In this article we will explore what an infographic is, how it evolved, and what it takes to create one.
link Typographic Contrast and Flow
As you have probably know, most online readers don’t read line by line, instead they scan (from one point to another). For this reason, designers create typographic contrast and flow by emphasizing certain text. Contrast is important because not all the content within a page have the same value, some have greater significance than the others. By creating contrast, you can direct the reader’s attention to the important messages and at the same time enhance the visual appearance. Here are seven basic methods on how you can create typographic contrast.
link Tools for Creating Charts and Diagrams
Via Lifehacker
link Blue Vertigo
Web Design Resources Links
link Visual Dictionary
The dictionary with a new point of view. A quick glance at the index is all it takes to connect words with images. Explore the 15 major themes to access more than 6,000 images and see words like never before.
link Favikon
Maak online je favicon. Wat heb je eraan...
link Elearning examples
This page links to samples of interactive graphics, simulations, and other materials that could give you ideas for your own projects.
link VectorMagic
This site converts bitmap images to vector art - it's an online auto-tracer.

Just upload your image and we will vectorize it for you.

Vector art is useful because it allows you to scale an image without making it blurry or pixelated.

Vectorization (aka tracing) is the process of converting a raster image to a vector image.

Raster images are pixel-based, whereas vector images are represented by geometric shapes such as lines, circles and curves.

The site is currently tuned for tracing logos and photos
link 40+ Excellent Freefonts For Professional Design
The importance of typography in design can’t be overestimated. The accuracy, precision and balance of geometric forms can give letters the elegance and sharpness they deserve. Besides, elegant fonts can help to convey the message in a more convenient way. In fact, while there are many excellent professional fonts (we’ve presented some of them in our article 80 Beautiful Typefaces For Professional Design) there are literally thousands of free low-quality fonts which you would never use for professional designs.

Quality costs. The price of “bulletproof” fonts usually reflects their quality and starts at 50$ per typeface. However, before purchasing a font you will probably use only once in your designs you might want to take a glance at outstanding free alternatives first.

Over the last year we’ve been observing typo-designers and their works; we’ve regularly collected high-quality fonts available for free download and free to use for personal or/and commercial projects. In this article we’d like to present an overview of over 40 excellent free fonts you might use for your professional designs in 2008. What is your favourite?
link Tag Clouds Gallery: Examples And Good Practices
Compared to conventional navigation patterns tag clouds don’t necessarily offer a more convenient and intuitive navigation. However, used properly, they can provide visitors with an instant illustration of the main topics, giving a very specific and precise orientation of the site’s content. Since human beings tend to think in concepts and models, it’s easier to get an idea of presented content if the main concepts are given straight away — in digestible pieces, and prioritized by their weight. In fact, the main advantage of tag clouds lies in their ability to highlight the most important or/and popular subjects dynamically which is not the case in conventional navigation menus.

Tag clouds offer a quite interesting approach for site navigation; although the technique is sometimes considered to be an “alternative”, it shouldn’t replace the “common” navigation but support it giving users additional clues about the content of the site. Due to their “cloudy” form the design of tag clouds sets them apart from other design elements on a page. And although designers don’t really have that much choice in designing them, they still find their ways to break through the bounds of creativity and come up with some unusual approaches and solutions.

This article offers some selected examples of tag clouds, its shortcomings and also some suggestions for tagging data and links in a more profound and effective way.
link Google Guide
Google Guide is an online interactive tutorial and reference for experienced users, novices, and everyone in between. I developed Google Guide because I wanted more information about Google's capabilties, features, and services than I found on Google's website.

---Nancy Blachman
link CWAs Knowledge Management
CWAs are CEN publications. Copies can be obtained from the CEN Member Organizations.

In addition, the CEN Members have agreed that certain CWAs may be provided on this web-site for electronic downloading free of charge. The CWAs concerned are produced by Workshops whose participants have concluded a special arrangement, or they relate to the eEurope standardization effort. Other CWAs may be purchased from a CEN Member.

CWAs are CEN copyright. Those made available for downloading are provided on the condition that they may not be modified, re-distributed, sold or repackaged in any form without the prior consent of CEN, and are only for the use of the person downloading them. For additional copyright information, please refer to the statements on the cover pages of the CWAs concerned.
link Get the Glass
Got Milk?

Een prachtig uitgevoerd online bordspel!
link Top 100 User Centered Blogs
Web designers often concern themselves with optimizing sites for spiders from Google, Yahoo, and other search engines, but pay little attention to creating sites that real people can use. This problem has sparked a movement towards user-centered web design, a topic that covers accessibility, web standards, and interfacing. Check out these blogs for the latest and greatest in this people-centric field of design.
link Design Patterns
Reuse, recycle, but don’t reinvent the wheel unless necessary.

This collection captures findings of consistent, unique or interesting interfaces and design flows from across the web.
link Best of September 2007
Every month we take a look around and select some of the most interesting web-development-related web-sites. We read articles, check out tools, analyze the advantages of new resources. Below you’ll find useful references, tutorials, services, tools, techniques and articles we’ve found over the last 30 days - an overview of web-sites you shouldn’t have missed in September 2007.

All images can be clicked and lead to the sites from which the screenshots have been taken. We’ve missed something? Let us know in the comments!
link SQL Designer
link Massive Free Education List
Below are all 177 Berkeley Video Courses. The right side has tons of educational resources. If you have trouble viewing them try real alternative or real player. Also see the MIT Courses with Video Lectures. List by Jimmy Ruska, Checkout my Video Tutorials on youtube.
link Ultimate Web Development Cheat Sheet Guide
So you're sitting there on Saturday morning, sipping on a nice warm cup of coffee or tea. You smell the freshness of the morning, and whipping up some html, CSS and trying out some new AJAX programming. You're stuck on something! You wish you had a quick cheat sheet to get you back on track. Look no further if you're a web developer! This is the Ultimate Web Development Cheat Sheet Guide!
link Similpedia
Similpedia is a project of Similario that tries to associate web content with Wikipedia articles.

It helps you find relevant English Wikipedia articles that have similar content to a blog, news article, or an entire web page.

If you would like to see what Wikipedia has in stock on certain topic of your choice, paste a URL or a paragraph (or a whole page if you would prefer) in the search box and then click "Find Similar".

Using our intelligent analysis algorithm, Similpedia rapidly processes through more than 1.8m English articles and provides a list of titles that it estimates are similar and relevant to your query.
link Wallpaper, Fonts and Icon Freebies
10 siteverwijzingen bij LifeHacker
link 60 More Places to Get Design Inspiration - Online and Off
A few weeks ago we published a list of 34 places to get design inspiration online and off and it proved to be one of our most popular articles to date. So today we journey back out to the world of design inspiration to bring you many, many more places to get inspiration - 60 to be precise.

I have literally been combing the web and have unearthed so many great sites and places that I’d never seen. From advertising to architecture, graphics to web, art to design, there’s a bit of everything. I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed finding them and that they inspire some of the great works of tomorrow!
link Capture the Conversation
Capture the Conversation was developed by the co-founders of Room 214, Inc., James Clark and Jason Cormier. The concept of "markets are conversations" came from The Cluetrain Manifesto book written by Rick Levine, Christopher Locke, Doc Searls and David Weinberger.

Leveraging over a decade of experience in advanced web development, online advertising and public relations - we applied Searl's premise a step further simply by recognizing how markets are created and influenced through the Internet.
link Welcome Image Collection
Free, unlimited access to two thousand years of mankind and medicine in pictures made available through Creative Commons Licence

Teachers, students, academics and the public can now download and use images depicting 2,000 years of mankind and medicine for free, thanks this newly launched website from the Wellcome Trust.

Launched on 15 June 2007, 'Wellcome Images' is the world's leading source of images on the history of medicine, modern biomedical science and clinical medicine. All content has been made available under a Creative Commons Licence, which allows users to copy, distribute and display the image, provided the source is fully attributed and it is used for non-commercial purposes.
link 30 free HTML email templates to get you started
Getting your email to look great in all the major email clients can be a challenge at times, so we've done the hard work for you with these 30 free email templates. We've tested them in all the major email clients, so add your own content and you're all set.
link Microformats: What They Are and How To Use Them
Web 2.0 has its positive and its negative sides. Apart from tremendous technological improvements, provided by Ajax, semantically organized content and the growing popularity of RSS-Feeds, the term “Web 2.0″ still hadn’t managed to assert itself as the renewed Web rather than a new revolutionary technology as it is mistakenly being called. About Microformats

Consequence: many renewed techniques, which somehow seem to be related to the “new” Web, aren’t fully or properly understood. This results in public misunderstandings and keeps both developers and users away from the use (the improvement) of these techniques.
link SciTalks
Smart people on cool topics