Archive for the ‘Cool’ Category

Did You Know 3.0 -2008 Latest Edition

Sunday, February 22nd, 2009

This is a nice presentation of information. The only thing I disagree with is comparing myspace users to the size of a country. That falls in to the apples to oranges comparison category for me.

Tonchidot

Thursday, September 25th, 2008

Real world tagging with the iPhone using Tonchidot. Simply amazing!

The Esquire e-ink cover

Friday, September 12th, 2008

 

I’d really like to get a copy.

I picked up a copy of the new Esquire while at the airport. It’s nice in person in all its blinky glory. I sort of wonder if it was the best use of the E ink technology. You can do so much more then just blink text and images on and off. Sure it’s not good for scrolling text, cialis 40mg but it is good for updating the screen entirely. I’m wondering why they didn’t do two or three totally different screens to really show how you can increase the information density.

The ad inside the cover, opisthorchiasis well, visit web it really felt like it missed the mark of the technology completely. We don’t need forced bad animation in our print ads. They could have however put a a ton of information in one space or lead a viewer through a linear storyline or something.

I’m glad that they have opened the door though to the technology.

iPhone as remote keyboard

Friday, July 11th, 2008



iPhone as remote keyboard

Originally uploaded by futileboy

This has got to be one of my new favorite features of the iphone. The Remote app allows you to use your phone as a remote for iTunes and the appleTV. While using it on the appleTV when ever they is a point on screen to enter text the phone changes to the above screen. Typing is real time with what you type appearing on the TV right away. It’s nice.

Microsoft Surface in AT&T Retail Store

Friday, May 2nd, 2008

I’m not sure why we don’t have one of these here in Seattle with AT&T wireless based here and Microsoft here.  It seems silly.  That being said, pregnancy cheap this video is a nice demo of the experience.

MIT Media Lab: $100 Laptop

Thursday, November 17th, 2005

Laszlo Mail is a pretty neat looking webmail application that performs much like the commercial client side apps. It was developed using OpenLaszlo which is an open source platform for developers. Its goal is to make full featured user interfaces easier to develop.

Laszlo Mail is a pretty neat looking webmail application that performs much like the commercial client side apps. It was developed using OpenLaszlo which is an open source platform for developers. Its goal is to make full featured user interfaces easier to develop.

Laszlo Mail is a pretty neat looking webmail application that performs much like the commercial client side apps. It was developed using OpenLaszlo which is an open source platform for developers. Its goal is to make full featured user interfaces easier to develop.

Well, malady everybody is talking about it. MIT Media Lab’s $100 Laptop. I’m a big fan of Nicholas Negroponte‘s work. I do feel like there are lots of other things the economically challenged children of the world need first before a laptop. At least this gives them a chance to learn something that will give them other options in life.