“Designed Deterioration”, and the return of Links

Now that I have 2 days left at my current job, and a big move to NYC coming, I’m going to attempt to post more often. A new design for the weblog is also in the works, but not sure when I’ll get to it.

In that spirit, I found myself reading and re-reading Khoi’s recent post about how we value objects that deteriorate in a cool way. Khoi is far more eloquent than I can be, so just go there and read it:

So far, I’ve resisted the urge to get a case for my iPhone, but I know that regret will set in the moment that i drop the thing for real.

Also, I used to just have del.icio.us dump my bookmarks into a post on the Weblog, but once a day is way too much… and, there are plenty of things that I don’t want/need in my weblog.

Apparently, I’m not the only one feeling that way – Andre Torrez came up with a nice filter between del.icio.us and our weblogs –

I customized his work a bit, which you can see here. Well done.

Now, I’ve got to make this thing worth checking in on (or subscribing to) again.

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