Ok. This is for Shifty, who obviously gets all his IMPORTANT news from this site. Apparently, we’ve been able to do a little legal hacking, distribute copyrighted material, and circumvent a whole slew of methods designed to “keep us out” for a little while now. And all because of some changes to rules concerning anitcircumvention … More I KNEW I liked the Library of Congress
Most of us watch just enough TV to make having a good TV guide a valuable tool. There are a number out there (EvokeTV, TitanTv, TV.com, tv.yahoo.com, Television.AOL.com, and zap2it.com to name a few). Pick your poison: Some have ways to “subscribe”, some have search functions, some have ratings. The point is, if you want … More What’s on TV?
Heh. Caught this today. Not quite as ironic and involved as this Web 1.0 Summit, but pretty damn funny. Let the official lampooning begin continue…
So my whirlwind ride with Ipsum Networks comes to an abrupt, but in retrospect natural, conclusion. It happened very quickly, from my point of view, but had really been building for a while. Suffice it to say this last couple of years has been pretty interesting, with a lot of good people and a lot … More Farewell Ipsum
I know our expectations for cool cyberspace are pretty high. Even (and perhaps especially) cartoons (anime) depict it in pretty cool ways. But to badly paraphrase Avery Brooks’ IBM Ad: “It’s the year 2004, but where is my cyberspace? I was promised cyberspace. I don’t see any cyberspace. Why? Why? Why…” Well apparently, a whole … More Finally. Cyberspace?
More from the “where the hell have I been” department… So you guys KNOW that Google has been slowly adding to their “tools“, right? That you can not only search for things to buy and compare prices with Froogle, but that they have translation tools, hooks to blogging tools, and a nascent web API? But … More What don’t those Google guys do?
It’s really all over the place by now, but I thought I’d post it anyway. Download. Enjoy.
DataGlyphs “Xerox parc has worked out an interesting data embedding method that is kind of like steganography… basically it puts scannable information in the halftone of pictures in the form of little backwards and forwards slashes.” So… kinda makes it easier to justify staring at all those (*ahem*) pictures, right? There was a similar move … More Is that porn, or code?