Archive for November, 2005
Very good analysis of costs etc with a hydrid car compared to petrol cars. While no “green” person would ever advocate buying a hybrid for purely economic reasons, it is painfully obvious that existing hybrids lack the ability to make up for their steep prices with gas savings. While a hybrid would present significant savings [...]
It’s time to order Christmas presents, isn’t it?
Opensourcemac lists open source software for the Mac. Including several of my favourites, like Adium, Cyberduck and Colloquy. And Stepmania that I wrote about yesterday.
and see instantly if they are availabe. See also How to set up a great site for almost nothing. Yahoo Domains still sell domains for $2.99.
Richard MacManus reports that Amazon.com has put an option to tag books for half of it’s US customers. Tagging a book works like this: You enter keywords for a book on the book’s page, and people can then search for tags to find books that many people thinks belong to a certain subject. Example: If [...]
What is London Mind Camp? London Mind Camp 1.0 is a self-organizing, digitally minded, entrepreneur-driven, socially-aware event. We want to find out what happens when you put 150+ of London’s smartest media and technology thinkers together. A lot of clever people with ideas in a huge space with breakout rooms, Wi-Fi, projectors, white boards – [...]
Stepmania is an open-source software, that lets you play dance games on your Mac or PC. The next time someone claim your computer makes you fat and lazy, just pull out the dance pad from under the sofa and show them! Picture from Stepmania. Seems like quite a few has started dancing already. Also, here’s [...]
I’ve always liked Keith Haring’s figures. Buy them from Blik. Stick them on a wall. Dance.
Thomas Hawk thinks greed trumps innovation in the TV industry: This is what is going on with downloadable television at the moment. Although PVR ownership is growing there is still far too much money on the table for television executives to offer us anything compelling. Why innovate when there is still tons of dough to [...]
Here is my Xbox Gamercard. I haven’t been online playing for a long time. But feel free to add me as friend.
Xbox.com has published a list of Xbox-games that can be played on Xbox 360. Both Halo 2 and SSX 3 is on the list. So I’m covered.
Did you read how to make Amazing circles? The Amazing circles group on Flickr today passed 100 members. And almost 500 circles. These are some of my own favourites: Now, I won’t write anything about this until member number 1 000…
This guy has put all six Star Wars movies in the same frame, and makes some strange discoveries. This is awesome. I think it justifies the whole thing, and I’m only four minutes into it. The first appearance of Palpatine in TPM and AOTC is ON THE SAME FRAME. And at the same time in [...]
There are some truly wonderful pictures in this thread on Flickr. Photo by King of Jive.
How would it be? First of all – dark: Obtain a dumpster. Paint it black, weld all the covers shut except one which can be bolted closed from the inside. Hitch it to the back of your wife’s mini van. Gather 12 friends and bolt yourselves inside and let your wife pull it around for [...]