Archive for October, 2005
It’s like someone put a small microphone inside the head: When you try your best but you don’t succeed When you get what you want but not what you need When you feel so tired but you can’t sleep Stuck in reverse And the tears come streaming down your face When you lose something you [...]
If you ever wanted to be like Leon, here is the full story on how to be an assassin. Do you know why it is called assassin?
The Edvard Munch painting “The Scream” was stolen in August 2004. Now the museum sells a board game about the theft (article in Norwegian). I think it shows quite a sense of humour to make a game out of the theft of one of the most famous pictures in art history. And a case that [...]
A very short summary: – Public broadcasters should use open standards – People in general agree on this – Microsoft Windows Media is not an open standard – The public broadcasters should choose something else – People question the knowledge of the broadcasters Is there an open streaming platform that can meet the demands of [...]
This isn’t about surfing the Web anymore – it’s about having a lifestyle that doesn’t require you to think or reprogram. The days of the blinking 12:00 are long gone, but it’s obvious Microsoft and its vendors don’t know that yet. Chris Pirillo thinks.
Gay marriage will encourage people to be gay, in the same way that hanging around tall people will make you tall. And 9 more reasons.
Garr Reynolds wants you to make your next presentation naked.
Om Malik has thoughts on Microsoft Media Center vs Apple Front Row. Apple’s iPod success shows that its not being the first, or being the one with the greatest number of features that translates into market share. Instead it is helping millions of consumers ease into the digital lifestyle that is the key.
Check if your iPodding has done any damage: Siemens has an easy online hearing test on their site. Flash required.
Ragnar Tørnquist, director at Funcom tells the story so far.
Once upon a time all computers had flying toasters across the screen when you didn’t work. Well, they’re back.
Very cool illusion.
He has been boring for 10 years now. And still is. Boring. As big and as important as Microsoft is, the coverage of the company is quite mediocre. This is particularly true in the mainstream press. The reason for this is that today’s newspaper and magazine tech writers know little about computers and are all [...]
Apple introduced Aperture today. Looks very exciting. Check out some of the videos of it in action: here, here and here.