As spring bursts around us, my dear friend Walter appears to have found his voice, and it is in Thousand Sketches. It’s a project to put a thousand sketches on the Web in one year. I love the sketches that are there already, and I love the blog where Walter is making his process as […]
A few snippets of enjoyment and a foray into futurism, amidst my misery. I have joined a team that is entering the 48 Hours film competition this year. Hanna and a bunch of the folks working on her movie are in it. At least one of the team was in the group that won the […]
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Datamail has declared an “Email Free Day” in an attempt to reduce information overload? To me, that is like declaring a “Traffic Free Day” to reduce congestion on the roads. That would certainly eliminate gridlock but at what cost? Don’t people actually use cars to get to places where they can relate with each other […]
Microsoft’s My Life Bits project speculates that a terabyte (costing about $1000 today) of storage is enough to store every conversation you’ve ever had. They’ve prototyped a SenseCam that hangs around your neck and snaps everything every minute.