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Burn an ISO image to a disk from the OSX command line: hdiutil burn yourimage.iso

Mini icons are nice. Pointers to GPL, CC, and license-free icons.

Entrepreneurs selling a company should watch out for tricks a buyer may use to reduce the price. Some unethical investors may try the same sort of things.

There’s lots of talk and thinking about tagging recently.

Finally some numbers of the size of the citizen’s media advertising market. 10,000% growth in podcast spending over the next four years is quite a prediction.

Jeff Jarvis wants an open ad marketplace to eliminate all friction from the ad buying process. Chas Edwards says that friction is a benefit, not a problem with ad buying. I think there’s room for both.

Cool OSX Apps is a blog with semi-regular pointers to... cool OSX apps. Heartscripts is the same idea, but for PHP apps.

The idea of pushing session management to the client using Ajax and some RESTful concepts is interesting. A demo would probably help me understand it better.

The Zend Framework has a nifty new site.


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