Archive for the 'Quick Links' Category

Multi-touch Skepticism

Wednesday, May 30th, 2007

from James Mc Parlane 🙂

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.


Tuesday, February 13th, 2007

I think I’m in love with Jeff Han.

The big secret is out

Saturday, February 10th, 2007

Looks like we are out to out-Google Google.

For all the Prolog kids

Thursday, February 8th, 2007

Anyone………..? Anyway, now has Prolog docs, thanks to me.

Joel on the "Off" button

Tuesday, November 21st, 2006

I like it.  Joel tackles a pet peeve of mine, the myriad of ways to end your Windows session, as an instance of the general principle of less options == better UI.

A quick reminder about meta-ideas

Friday, November 17th, 2006

Doc Searls echos the meta-idea that I started this blog with.

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?

Brain Crack

Friday, August 4th, 2006

I just came across this month-old zefrank episode which includes some characteristically insightful advice from Ze: I run out of ideas every day! Each day I live in mortal fear that I’ve used up the last idea that’ll ever come to me. If you don’t wanna run out of ideas the best thing to do […]

Crowd-Sourced Software

Friday, July 28th, 2006

Have a look at An outlet for spare ideas and coding time? I’ll be very interested to see what projects come out of it, and what the project collaborators have to say about the service afterwards.