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30 Fantastic Websites To Lose Yourself In

30 Fantastic Websites To Lose Yourself In is a great list by The Fox is Black. My favorites from the list are NoisliColourcodeHow Many People Are In Space Right Now?Monocle Ipsum, and Quotes and Accents.

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Learn to love solitude,

Russian A.F.

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Desktime

Desktime (now Deskpass) is a shared spaces and co-working site that helps shared offices accept payments and find people to share desks. It is also really nicely designed.

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How Atari box art turned 8-bit games into virtual wonderlands | The Verge

How Atari box art turned 8-bit games into virtual wonderlands. Awesome!

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Tree of Life Print

 

Tree of Life Print. Really like this print!

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Typeform

Typeform is a pretty awesome polling service that is clean and uncluttered.

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The New Daft Punk Album makes me want to slowdance with a graphing calculator

That is all.

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Server Woes

So I’ve been a pretty happy Dreamhost customer for some time, but recently my service has been a little rocky. Outages, restarts, and general sluggishness have made my site and all the sites I host professionally almost unusable. So today, I upgraded to a Dreamhost VPS server, and somewhere along the line… all my WordPress images got deleted.

Fuuuuuu…

Not sure what happened, but as you can guess – I’m not very happy right now. I will try to rebuild them, but I don’t know if I will ever have the time to rebuild all of the images in my posts.

Hopefully, Dreamhost support can locate the missing files. Otherwise, I’ve lost ten years of images.

Insert unhappy face here.

UPDATE! (2013-05-15 15:06)

Dreamhost has restored my images folder! Very happy. Now to back that crap up!!!

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TowTruck

TowTruck is a new real-time collaboration tool from Mozilla Labs. Simple to add to any site.

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Dropplet

Dropplet

Dropplets is a super simple blogging platform based on good-ol’ text files with markdown. Basically it is a little FTP script that uploads your text file from the back-end. No fuss, no muss.