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Visualizing With Processing

Processing is a language created at MIT, originally for use in visualization.  You can learn more at Processing.org or through one of the books recently published on the topic.  I've been learning the basics through Getting Started with Processing by Casey Reas and...

Quote of the Week, From Sean Corrigan

...to be long commodities is to be short human ingenuity but also to be long political stupidity and avarice. Corrigan’s comments were in response to a piece by Dylan Grice discussing investment in innovation. Based on Corrigan’s other comments, and his role at...

Riot Gear, For Rioters

Have you ever wanted freedom so bad that you strapped bread to your head? Originally seen on Zerohedge, sourced from Sad and...

An Introduction to New Senses

Like a good portion of the world, I hadn't heard of Sensebridge and their Northpaw kit until I read a Wired article about Lepht Anonym's self modification experiments and her plans to build her own version, the Southpaw.  Now that the cat is completely out of the bag,...

Glimpses of the Future Through Word Lens

In "The Age of Spiritual Machines", Ray Kurzweil discusses his expectation that major advances in the development of Artificial Intelligence will occur without significant fanfare, in seemingly mundane applications.  Arguing that many aspects of synthetic cognition,...

Quick Results With LinkedIn

While it's not the first thing most people think about when discussing search engine optimization, name related placement is vital to a broad class of professionals.  For anyone who offers their services based on personal trust and reputation, it is common for their...

Image Your Website With Awesome Screenshot

I often have the opportunity to advise on the creation of websites that require Compliance review prior to use with the public.  For custom work, this requires creating a "snapshot" of the entire site for submission and retention.  Most often, this is done by printing...

The Future Needs Flying Jellyfish

It's a flying garden, intended to green urban spaces.  Each blimp is intended to act as the mothership for swarms of smaller craft, blanketing the skies in green.  Supposedly they'll migrate.   This is perhaps the most impractical suggestion I've heard all day, and...

CSS3 On Tap

As a standard being actively developed by W3C's working group, CSS3 is difficult to get a handle on.  Despite it's incomplete definition, CSS3 is already being included in recent content management templates designs, including the one running this site.  No browser...

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