Sartori worked with Jacques Le Coque and perfectioned the neutral mask for use in theatre.
a series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems that will require more than just mathematical insights to solve.
overview of different approaches to BCI out there right now
Directed and interpreted by Peter Jackson (the LOTR guy). nnngh…
Interesting post of Tara about crowdsourcing. Not many numbers, but a few good arguments.
nice open source tool to remember facts, things, languages…
Feb 27-28, Rotterdam. Don’t think I’ll go but worth keeping an eye on…
OpenID applied to “photographic social network”. Uses SPARQL and FOAF
How to build your first application in AIR
mashing up gmail and RTM in a single screen… now that could have awesome effects…
new version of perl is out :) still in the 5 branch though :( slew of improvements in regexp.
Don Norman is out with a new book and here’s the NYT article…
this is a RTE that outputs textile instead of xhtml. Cool.
is natural interaction coming closer to the desktop?
Italian e-zine for geeks with cognition. good stuff
interesting looking design book…
just an experiment, so far…
Low Pro is a neat piece of library that helps coding unobtrusive js and behaviors in Prototype.
Simon mashes up microformats with google maps using some jQuery tape. Clever!
Nicolas Nova’s Talk at iMal in Brussels
Cory was behind LSL (the Second Life scripting language) and the monetary policies… basically all that is “interesting” about Second Life. I’m curious to see what’ll happen now
two awesome videos, that uses antithethic “languages” (scientific and inspirational/emotive) to support opposite messages (creationism and evolutionism) on the same topic (“how we came to exist”)
Goertzel explains in this video his work with AI and Virtual Worlds like Second Life
Waiting for ruby 1.9….