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Baraka

http://leehane.ca/weblog [The Litterbox News] Baraka While perusing my friend Joseph’s website I discovered this beautiful short film. One of many from a film called Baraka,a motion-control...

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Tia”¦. you killed the camera

[Geeks’s Corner] Well, my fault, cos I forgot to shut the door properly..and being Tia”¦loved to play. The camera”¦.now is dead.

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Posted at 02:38 AM

January 28, 2007

Baraka

http://leehane.ca/weblog [The Litterbox News] Baraka While perusing my friend Joseph’s website I discovered this beautiful short film. One of many from a film called Baraka,a motion-control...

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Posted at 02:40 AM

Tia”¦. you killed the camera

[Geeks’s Corner] Well, my fault, cos I forgot to shut the door properly..and being Tia”¦loved to play. The camera”¦.now is dead.

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Posted at 02:38 AM

January 25, 2007

Free Sametime Plugin for Plazes

http://www.nc-gs.net/blogs/jhochwald.nsf [hochwald.net | About Collaboration, Technology and more] Free Sametime Plugin for Plazes by Joerg Hochwald in Domino Lotusphere at Lotusphere (Orlando) EBF hat gestern ein echt cooles und vor allem...

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Posted at 02:47 AM

The quicksand of Web 2.0

http://andypiper.wordpress.com [ The lost outpost] When I did some research into Twitter, I found a very interesting post by the ever-fascinating Kathy Sierra, who discusses how the interruptions that social networks provide, make it difficult to get flow. My interpretation of Kathy’s basic premise is that the social tools have now become more intrusive and constant, the information more fragmentary: from email to IM, to RSS, to the snippets of activity that Twitter provides.

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Posted at 02:45 AM

January 19, 2007

Yahoo screws up geotargeting in Panama

[Naffziger’s Net] Effective use of geotargeting technology requires someone to sit down and carefully map out the full user experience. This involves these frequently overlooked scenarios: No geotargeting information (or information that is known to be unreliable) The user is trying to hide himself (yes, these can be detected) Incorrect geotargeting...

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Posted at 02:58 AM

January 16, 2007

Automated geotaging for the Mac via Ogle Earth

[geobloggers] Now I’m a Mac loving guy and will at some point get round to reviewing the GPS related software that’s built up on my laptop. In the meantime here’s another one to add to the stack due to the wonderful Sigurd Buchberger.

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Posted at 02:41 AM

GPS Photo Walk, Sunday 21st, Ocean Beach SF

[geobloggers] I’m planning a GPS Photo Walk thing, details near the end, because ”¦ Yesterday I mentioned “”¦ will at some point get round to reviewing the GPS related software that’s built up on my laptop ”¦ “. “Why?” you may possibly ask “Would you of all people not have reviewed all that stuff yet?” and if you were to ask that I may possibly answer it’s because I was busy with the move.

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Posted at 02:40 AM

January 13, 2007

Inventor crafts GPS-equipped shoes, includes a panic button

[My Gadget Info] Aside from the obvious tracking uses, Daniel’s GPS footwear is actually intended to beam out a distress signal to a pre-selected recipient if the wearer hits a certain panic button. The GPS-equipped kicks would present the location of the violated victim to whoever is deemed that person’s hero, and would hopefully give the rescuer enough time to arrive and lay down the law.

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Posted at 02:40 AM

January 10, 2007

Shiny Things vs. Restraint in Design

http://hyku.com/blog [hyku | blog - commentary by blog and social media consultant Josh Hallett on the utilization of blogs for public relations, mar] Fred Wilson puts a shiny new thing on his blog and asks readers for their opinion. The result? They hate it. It's far too easy to junk up your blog...

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Posted at 02:40 AM

Easily geocoding your blog

http://photo.michelbenard.com [Michel Bénard - Photos] In this short article I’ll show you how to easily geocode your blog posts with wordpress and some google tools. This works with other blog platforms too, provided you’re able to modify the script that produces the blog rss feed (just one line to add to the script).

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Posted at 02:39 AM