[Scott on Writing] reports on Brian Bischof and his page on the ins and outs of self-publishing, which Brian calls
This is real cool, Arin pointed us to the work Cornell Computational Synthesis group is doing around freehand sketching. The project is called 3-D Journal and it’s a demonstration of live sketching, written specifically for TablePC in C#. The site at Cornell is here make sure you check out the movie tutorial, it’s worth the […]
…snorkeling rocks!… my first snorkeling expedition ever. At first, I was blown away at the clarity of what I could see under the water and the ease with which I could breath (I expected to swallow a lot of water). Then, I was completely freaked out at the shear number of fish under the water […]
David Pescovitz: This person assembled mechanical logic gates from Lego via [Boing Boing] < p class=MsoNormal style=”MARGIN-TOP: 5pt; MARGIN-BOTTOM: 5pt”> Oh man, I love this. One of the Tablet PC games that I’ve imagine is a Boolean logic game. I think it’d be fun, especially if the logic was disguised behind mechanical looking flip-flops.
Advertising Ridiculum Does anybody remember when magazines used to put the table of contents just inside the front cover…Is there a limit to how much magazines are willing to annoy their readers to please their advertisers? via Eric.Weblog() The answer is “No, there is not a limit.” The most egregious development magazine in this sense […]
A giant swell has rolled in and the Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitational is on, with 20-ft. plus waves (that means wave-faces of 30+’) in Waimea Bay! Checkout the action. I’m on deadline, otherwise I would have burned up some Hawaiian Airlines frequent flyer miles to jump over to Oahu… I’d love to see this in […]
It’s the guy in back that makes the photo.