New York Magazine has lots of photos of Obama Feigning Interest in Mundane Things. Via.
And a few more links:
1. Cute monkey king paper toy.
2. A warning against using Dreamhost for hosting your site.
3. Here's an interview where Jim Coudal talks about the various Coudal ventures. His philosophy about utilizing the internet is: build an audience by doing whatever it is that you're passionate about, assume that your audience has similar interests to your own, and then make things you would like (in his case, Field Notes, The Deck ad network, Jewelboxing) because your audience probably wants the same things you do. Or as he puts it, "if they come, you will build it."
*Previously: Jason Kottke reveals what he's learned about blogging.
*Buy Obama toys at eBay.