Category Archives: Geekery
I hypothesize that the next phase is an app that does this for them without the discrete sensor devices. “At its developer conference, the company has a set up a network of 525 sensor motes. Each small electronics board monitors … Continue reading
I read a few tweets tonight from people about a new show: “Are You Tougher than a Boy Scout”. This is where it gets cool: I looked it up on my DVR using an app on my phone an set … Continue reading
I’ve had this conversation with my wife (who’s an attorney, thankyouverymuch) at least once. She used to operate under this philosophy of “where there’s smoke, there’s fire.” I tried to explain to her that she had no idea how many … Continue reading
Sure, its from 2007, but its a catchy song with a neat video. MUSIC VIDEO FOR HEY CHAMP “COLD DUST GIRL” from MTP, Inc. (Michael Thelin Produc on Vimeo.
No, not those kind of trees. I’m talking about trees a-la computer science trees. Yeah, those. The ones that consist of nodes and paths, and help to store, sort, and process data. The same ones that enable Facebook’s Graph Search. … Continue reading
The Internet of things is accelerating the rate that everyday people are exposed to near-perfect information about distant events and places. This is recently manifested in the Little Lamp concept, a new Kickstarter project. The implementation is dead simple: plug … Continue reading
Google spent $1b on capital infrastructure in 3 months. That’s roughly equivalent to 10 million 1TB hard drives bought at retail from your neighborhood electronics retailer. I’m not saying they only bought hard drives, but you get the point. Imagine … Continue reading