Archive for March, 2007

Paul Graham's new compiler

Monday, March 26th, 2007

At Startup School, Paul Graham told us of Y Combinator‘s new policy for funding teams: Photo by ybboey If you don’t have a good idea, no problem, he’ll give you one – as long as you’re awesome. Oh to be Paul Graham. To have teams of shit hot coders fighting to be accepted by you […]

Apollo is stupid

Wednesday, March 21st, 2007

From Niall Kennedy’s (always excellent) analysis: Adobe’s first big Apollo app is an Internet video application codenamed Philo. The pervasiveness of Flash Player created multi-billion dollar Internet video startups powered by the Flash video format. The Philo team hopes to expand the display size and quality of distributed videos and get publishers encoding using the […]

Where are they?

Wednesday, March 7th, 2007

I’ve always heard considerations of scale used in favor of there being other intelligent life in our galaxy – There are so-and-so many suns with so-and-so many planets, many of which have the same conditions as our planet when life arose here. Surely there must be lots of other life and surely there must be […]

That's User Experience

Wednesday, March 7th, 2007

I had never shopped at CD Baby before. I had a fun time. Now they get a blog mention and a link out of it. Site designers take note.