Harbourtowne – 30th Anniversary

Fudgy Brabham, the broker in Charge of Harbourtowne and Trident Real Estate is celebrating thirty years this year. Fudgy and […]

wiki leaks

i had read this on friday in the nytimes and did some follow up.. wiki leaks is ordered to be […]

slideshowpro and actionscript

It always seems that when i’m working on a problem or task in computer programming that the answer usually comes […]

Google Android – Ten Million?

or the project page here on code.. Google is giving away $10,000,000 to the best applications. The Open Handset Alliance, […]

FCC Spectrum Auction and paid links…

Who’s going to win the spectrum auction? 11/30/2007 06:08:00 AM Posted by by Chris Sacca, Head of Special Initiatives Here […]

Elingsh

Aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at an Elingsh uinervtisy, it deosn’t mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, […]

Internet Troll

I think the term ‘Troll’ is appropriate for how some folks communicate online. ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll_Internet ) Someone told me recently […]

Climate Change

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/24/us/24calif.html These articles on the California wildfires have caught my attention recently. Those fires in California look more serious than […]

Social Networking and Categorizing

This video was the inspiration for my little link experiment and to start editing Wikipedia pages. The video attempts to compare the how information is categorized online. The phrase that inspired my little link publishing bonanza was “There is no shelf, the links alone are enough” is highlighted several times throughout the video. I think the author of the video is making a great point about how information will be organized online.

Rotten Neighbor

I just ran though some areas I’m familiar with to see if there were any reviews and there it is. “Strange, partially-clad men leering around staring at young women. Heavy drinkers. NASCAR fans. Baby-shakers. All around not a very nice place. Avoid the whole neighborhood if you can.”

Digital Signatures and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act

I had a question this morning from an accountant in Las Vegas about digital signatures. Just as I seem to […]

Google Health and 411

and also Google Says Its Health Platform Is Due In Early 2008….

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don’t want on that jury..

this article from techcrunch reminded me of some research I did on Google Patents sometime back concering panoramic images stitching […]

sun microsystems

Papervision3D & Prometeus

This is a really cool Papervision3d demo from Carlos Ulloa Matesanz and then there’s this video I found on Den […]

collective conciousness…and street view..

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google book search..

A++ o’toole

Harvery Mudd

if they don’t lead back to UC Berkley than Mudd has something to do with it. my brother and I […]

ads

found it here.. http://www.madeofjapan.com/ and then this for selling tv ads for the cricket world cup http://www.rustamedia.com CHALLENGE Sell airtime […]

Demiurge, Aesthetics, Asceticism, and Logos

read carefuly… they’re all linked. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asceticism http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demiurge http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aesthetics http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logos http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logo

Copyright Royalty Board of the Library of Congress made public Tuesday threatens to increase that royalty more than tenfold

Dear Senators, I am writing regarding some important information about internet broadcasting. that involves the recent ‘settlement’ between the R&R […]

TED: ideas worth spreading

Sir Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity?

Ron Motley and the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

the The School of New Media offerings this spring semester? and I’ve figured out that Lowell Bergman, a professor there […]

Bill Gates