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Tag Archives: Tech Jargon
Apparently physical enhancements in film isn’t as difficult as one would think. While this isn’t the highest production alterations, it’s still kind of interesting to see how easy it is to alter physiques.
I had written a little about this before the website got restored. I don’t remember anymore. Suffice to say I think it would have been more powerful all things considered but I suppose portable has it’s consequences. Skip to 2:30 … Continue reading
A neat concept for what the future of roadways could look like using solar panels and LEDs along the way. While they address the big issues with a project like this, i.e. glass that doesn’t shatter and can handle the … Continue reading
Nintendo is working on a new technology with their Nintendo DS that will blow your mind and expand the possibilities of mobile gaming.
I didn’t know this but apparently Google’s informal motto is “Don’t be evil”. Simple and concise. Now if only that mantra reflected their recent never-ending consumption of information and technology.
A new technology is being developed to help the blind see in a rather peculiar way.
A group is putting together a funeral for IE6 given a recent announcement from Google stating they were pulling support for the browser from their applications. Internet Explorer Six, resident of the interwebs for over 8 years, died the morning … Continue reading
A truly interactive user interface has long been the fantasy of many a nerd. Using actual hand gestures that are interpreted into commands isn’t something that’s necessarily new, however most systems are structured around very rigid interpretation and often only … Continue reading
The Mona Lisa is quite the famous painting and has been reproduced on multiple occasions by tons of different artists. However, I doubt you have seen a re-imagining quite like this one. More here.
Apparently there is a bill being presented that would give President Barack Obama, or any current president I suppose, the power to shut down the internet by shutting down a few private networks in a cyber-related emergency. A Senate bill … Continue reading
Everyone remembers Clippy, right? The old friend of Word ’95 days. When spell-check came with irrelevant chatter and obnoxiously intrusive and cumbersome software? Well fear not! He’s made a return in an especially delightful article on Cracked.com. Check it. It … Continue reading
(Edit: Their widget isn’t working in a post form. Please go to the site & check it out. It’s worth your time.) A friend of mine named Alexa posted this and I found it highly informative & at the same … Continue reading
Few things to post today, going to do them all at the same time.
Found another neat site called Visual Thesaurus. I don’t know too many grammar nazis so I’m not sure this would appeal to any of my friends but I do find this to be an interesting project. They’ve created a visual … Continue reading
Some boys over at Oxford have managed to discover what they are calling a “new exotic state of matter”. The experiments involved shooting a short pulse from a FLASH laser, whatever that might be, at aluminum. It apparently turned the … Continue reading
So I found a website called Dream Lines. It’s a rather neat project that I stumbled upon today. If I were to take a mildly educated guess, I would say the basic function of it takes any one phrase that … Continue reading
I will finish the second part to the previous post still, but this was too interesting not to post. So I got wind that Google Chrome OS is in development. As I don’t read the geekiest online resources these days, … Continue reading