Netbooks and the future of ultraportables →
A. Venkatesan is right when he writes that “we can expect some interesting new devices to be released in the coming months.” The technological evolution presses foreward. When ASUS probed the waters with the original EeePC they didn’t knwo what to expect and were overwhelmed by the success of their tiny notebook. A new breed of computers was born. Tablets have mostly failed up...
Peter Urban - December 30th, 2008 at 3:18 pm PST I want the TC / FireFox...– Large Form iPod Touch To Launch in Fall ‘09 Hm, the Firefox Tablet project still seems to be alive. I was wondering all the time whether the project was still going or had already faded away.
More Resistance to Free Range Kids - Boing Boing →
“Free range kids” - funny naming. Reminds me of free range cattle. That aside I think it’s sad to see today’s parents beeing frightened into keeping their kids in. It’s an important part of growing up to explore the world outside for yourself. For ages people accepted this but now that’s different. News are partly to blame because they make people feel...
The obvious truth about text messaging: you're... →
Reason enough for me NOT to use text messaging extensively.
Similar to services like Streamdrag or Seeqpod. Quite useful but quality of streamed mp3 files may vary.
We already know that Google’s intentions aren’t to limit the Android platform to...– A Netbook With Android: Far-Fetched or Coming Soon?
Wired’s HOWTO run OS X on a net book
Cut back on lecturing You don’t have all the answers. Besides, broadcast...– Grown Up Digital » School/College
Facebook is where Google was five years ago - innovative, redefining the game,...– Media Literacy: Making Sense Of New Technologies And Media by George Siemens - Dec 20 08 - Robin Good’s Latest News
TV Studio in a Box Enables Long-Tail Television |... →
That’s really a stunning box considering that you can do with it what traditionally took a large crew to operate and a truck to transport.