Will extremely large databases of information, starting in the petabyte level, change how we learn. It may turn out that tremendously large volumes of data are sufficient to skip the theory in order to make a predicted observation. Google was one of the first to notice this. For instance, take Google’s spell checker. When you… Continue reading Will large amounts of information and data change how we learn?
I had my bag nicked from the pub recently and i’m only just getting life back to normal. Oyster card, house keys, motorbike keys, sunglasses, glasses, jacket… and my laptop. One Downside = no site updates One Upside = Euro2008 on the box most evenings
Weezer “Pork and Beans” This promo is quickly becoming the most-watched video on the internet.. within 2 weeks of it’s release it’s already generated over 5.7 millions views on YouTube. Tapping into the YouTube generation it uses solid post-production to mix classics clips with new footage of internet “stars”, who were flown out to Los Angeles for the 4-day… Continue reading Weezer plans for internet domination with “Pork and Beans”
Radiohead & Microcosmos – J Tyler Helm video JT Helms edited this promo for Radiohead with footage from the 1996 French film “Microcosmos”. The sensual pace and delicate melody of the song reminded him of a world much smaller than ours, with all the love and violence we experience. Watch better quality version: http://jtylerhelms.com/films/allineed.html Radiohead… Continue reading Promo videos for Radiohead “All I Need”
Jack Dorsey Presents Twitter from biz stone on Vimeo. A lot of people ask me ‘What is Twitter?’ and to be honest it’s kinda hard to explain so it’s over to company founder Jack Dorsey to give some background on Twitter and its current use. Turns out it’s a lot more than letting your friends… Continue reading Andy: writing about a video called “Presenting Twitter?”
So true. And now some clever developer has launched Stumbi, a StumbleUpon plugin for Safari. It’s free for the first 100 stumbles, after which you need to pay the whopping sum of $2 to keep using it. http://eliego.bemce.se/stumbi.html
Muxmaster is a wicked desktop app built with Adobe AIR that lets you stream music from Muxtape.com, and explore different mixes to find new music. All my iTunes music is on an external HD which I often can’t be bothered carting about so this app is great if I’m travelling or streaming music around the… Continue reading Music everywhere you go. Muxmaster is your mobile jukebox.