Electronic Paper was invented at Xerox PARC but was of course never fully developed until other companies picked it up. The first products were signs but continued advancements have enabled more consumer-oriented formats like Sony’s eBook reader. There are still … Read More
It’s intriguing to compare Palm’s approach to 3rd party developers vs. Apple’s iPhone. I’ve not been blogging much about the iPhone now that it launched, since it seems to be everywhere, but this issue is near and dear to my … Read More
James Randi offers $1 million if audiophiles can prove $7250 speaker cables are better than any Monster Cable. No takers so far. The audiophile industry is incredibly easy to make fun of. Read any of their magazines or websites and … Read More
George Orwell’s 1984 may not have totally come to fruition, but the “Big Brother Is Watching” part is certainly true in today’s UK. London has about 10,000 CCTV cameras (at a cost of Â£200 million), yet 80% of crimes go … Read More
Stephen Fry, the British comedian who (among many other things) has played Jeeves in many Jeeves and Wooster adaptations (alongside longtime collaborator Hugh Laurie), has revealed himself to be a technogeek. His first post is on the iPhone.
If you can’t seem to keep up with the new versions of iTunes, you’re not alone. The “War of The Ring(tones)” is keeping Apple and a lot of developers busy, so perhaps it’s not all bad, but since most people … Read More
In case you were wondering about the song and artist on the new iPod Nano commercial, it’s “1234″ by Leslie Feist.
Three words: They Blow Up.