RSS feeds are like cookies (that are good enough for me). Best of Feeds is a weekly collection of the best stuff I saw on the Internet this week. They’re saved on delicious and stumbleupon and cross-posted to Twitter and Tumblr as they happen and then collected together on Saturdays. I don’t blog on the weekend so read these links instead.Subscribe to //engtech to see this every week (or get it by email).
- [SEO] The Blogger’s Guide to SEO
- (seobook.com 1152 100 100)
- [IDEAS] The Top 20 Ways to Come Up With Amazing Ideas
- (skelliewag.org 635 67 902)
- Technical look at Facebook Beacon aka “how the hell did my Xmas gifts for Timmy show up in my Facebook news feed?!”
- (radiantcore.com 236 80 59)
- [RSS] Sink or Swim: Managing RSS Feeds with Better Groups
- Google Reader tip
- (43folders.com 100 35 6)
- [MUSIC] thesixtyone – a music adventure
- an online game where you increase in levels by picking out music that will become popular
- (thesixtyone.com 51 9 187)
- [STARTUPS] Ruthless enough for a startup?
- Interesting look that a lot of startups that are now common names did some shady stuff in the beginning to get users.
- (glinden.blogspot.com 45 32)
- [CODE] PHP in contrast to Perl
- Completely trashes PHP
- (tnx.nl 40 31 )
- [FACEBOOK] Facebook, you owe me one Christmas Present.
- Because of asinine privacy settings, buying christmas presents for other people on sites completely unrelated to facebook can be broadcast to all your friends — including the intended recipients.
- (weblog.muledesign.com 27 18)
- [CATS] Social Marketing Intern
- I Can Has Cheezburger is hiring an intern
- (centernetworks.com 18 26 1674)
- [SOCIAL] Twitter and the Twits
- People reveal the truth with status updates
- (ricksegal.typepad.com 12 9)
- [MOVIES] Movie Sequels We Need
- I found it funny.
- (wilshipley.com 6 4 2)
This Week at Internet Duct Tape
I’ve fallen for the hype and started using Ruby on Rails for building database driven web applications. You can follow along with my weekly experience discovering gotchas with Ruby on Rails.
I don’t have anything against the for Dummies series (one of my friends is an author), but they’re only good when you want a very general understanding of a concept. I wouldn’t recommend the series for technical books. But my local library happened to have a copy of Ruby on Rails for…