Awesome commentary about GeoSurfing and possibly the future of the web. Very cool stuff that I want to be apart of as well. Well done Eric!
According to Cnet Sonicblues new DVD player will be able to access content on PCs, such as photos, music and videos, via a wireless network connection. All this for about $250, not bad at all. They also plan on adding some other features to the Replay devices.
“TiVo on Thursday said its television recording system will soon be able to play digital music and show pictures stored in personal computers. Data stored in file formats such as MP3 and JPEG will appear on the television that is connected to the TiVo set-top box, company Chief Executive Michael Ramsey told investors at a Credit Suisse First Boston Conference. ” – GeekNews
I’m guessing that this will be used by hooking a USB network or wireless network card to the usb slots on the new TiVo II’s that are out there. Sounds cool to me.
“The system consists of the Vocera Communications Server Software and the Vocera Communications Badge, a small wearable device that permits fast, one-button voice access to other users on the system. ” [more at Infolets]
Using Weblogs and Wikis in IT. This is a good intro type article on how it can work, several people are using these techniques, i do and it just may work for you.
I stopped by a friends house yesterday to play Grand Theft Auto 4 on his PS2, what a blast 🙂 It caused me to get home late , just in time to goto bed. From what i can tell so far there lots of bloggable stuff in the tech world from yesterday. So here we go.
Doc Searls has done a tale of two keynotes from comdex.
Palm Releases E-Mailer Able To Handle Eight Accounts Heres the link, if it works, it was hard to actually find. Looks like its buy only no trial.
Introducing the Linux-based Moxi the TiVo like linux based PVR. Looks like this thing is going to be a lot more than a PVR.
Blogcomp the blog tool comparison tool.
Zippy – a Lotus Notes for the rest of us? “A fresh approach to workgroup collaboration and file sharing will emerge this week with the launch of Zippy.” I signed up to be notified when the 30-day Trial is out. As a long time notes user this should be interesting to check out.
Opencola Launches Personal Knowledge Manager “The company says it is the first personal knowledge manager that allows users to improve knowledge by automating the collection of relevant information from a variety of sources, including news sites, multiple search engines, blogs, and other peers’ publicly shared documents. The desktop application is targeted to individual knowledge workers.” You can get the 30-Day trial here. I’m going to download it and have a look as soon as time provides.
Regional Cooking From Middle-earth this would a cook book.
I’ve seen this mentioned in a few places, guess i missed this as well this thing should scream.
Kevins got a really nice post up about IT as an Afterthought. Check it out and leave your 2cents!
Sebs Open Research has a list of simular books. I haven’t finished reading Smart Mobs yet, but i think i’ll add some of these to my reading list.