BERG working on stuff that matters. It’s not $19B worth, but it impacts our lives a lot.
Wolfram joins the Internet Of Things party, bringing together connected devices and their Wolfram LanguageÂ on a dedicated site. Working with deviceÂ manufacturers, the goal is to provide knowledge about connected devices, a sort of real[…]
When you start to see stuff like this. I wonder if all OEMs and startups realize how many people are trying to unplug instead of being more connected.
For those who’ve been around before the dot-com crash, you’ve probably remember those first days, with portals, vortals and the whole remediation of mass media to the web was dominant. Brochureware (brochures repurposed as websites)[…]
Adobe Max starts tomorrow, but the company has an early release with Project ROME, an all-in-one content creation package, deployed as an AIR app. Preview below. Quoting Seth Godin seems appropriate right now: Â“The world[…]
Netvibes, iGoogle and similar personal dashboards or aggregators are loosing relevance. Why this happened and the challenges to overcome it.
Andrew Bell, Robert Hodgin, and The Barbarian Group just released LibCinder, a creative coding framework in C++. It’s a cross platform, open-source project, very similar to Processing or OpenFrameworks, but with better memory management and[…]
If you happen to be in Algarve this afternoon, it’s a chance we could meet at ExpoEventos.org. Don’t forget to check-in on Foursquare. Or Gowalla. Events 2.Social View more presentations from Armando Alves. I’ll be[…]
We’re almost there: the 2010 Do It Yourself SHiFT conference is starting this week. The next 16th and 17h at Teatro Aberto, Lisbon,Â we meet again to discuss and share Social and Human Ideas For[…]
Cross-posted at The Trendwatch If it is not texting and looking and TV, it’s computer and listen to my iPod (…) If i know i’m gonna miss a show i record it. I have facebook[…]