Archive for September, 2006

Artificial Artificial Intelligence at ChaCha

Friday, September 29th, 2006

ChaCha is a new search engine that will connect you to a personal search assistant (a human!) to help you with your query. Matthias decided to test it out with a challenging query: Status: Looking for a guide … Status: Connected to guide: SomeGuide SomeGuide: Hi there. I will be helping with your search. SomeGuide: […]

Technolotics on Tour

Saturday, September 23rd, 2006

Gareth and Francis have been tearing up and down western America. They stopped over with me in San Francisco, and now Gareth is beautifully evoking how Vegas always fails to meet expectations but the Grand Canyon blows them away.

Gave up on AllPeers 0.5

Thursday, September 14th, 2006

It just doesn’t have enough workingness yet. Files that don’t show up, or won’t transfer. Having said that, I did keep trying to use it. If it worked properly I would find it pretty useful. But don’t you feel this should and will be baked into the OS?

iTunes 7 integrates CoverFlow Flicker

Thursday, September 14th, 2006

I’m lovin’ the new iTunes album flicking interface. I’ve been using CoverFlow for a while but it’s nice to have it integrated into the iTunes library. Apple actually bought CoverFlow for this, I’m assuming for patents and/or people. On the downside, the iTunes version doesn’t seem as good at getting album art automatically, and incidently, […]