I wish the rest of Google’s tools would look as good as and is as freely customizable as Google Wave.
In Defense of the ‘Balloon Boy’ Dad, by Frank Rich... →
“Let ’em eat fame.” “If Heene’s balloon was empty, so were the toxic financial instruments, inflated by the thin air of unsupported debt, that cratered the economy he inhabits. The press hyped both scams, and the public eagerly bought both.” If you are both outlandish and wrong, everyone conservative will feel safe to climb up the high horse to despise you. Then you...
Apple pulls a Kanye!
“WINDOWS 7 YOU’RE GREAT AND ALL AND IMA LET YOU FINISH BUT SNOW LEOPARD IS ONE OF THE BEST OS OF ALL TIME”, says Apple West. Grow up, srsly. Apple pokes fun of Microsoft today like how all comedy news shows pokes fun of a new world without George W Bush: It’s not funny anymore. It has never been funny, actually. I can’t wait Seth MacFarlane make fun of the Apple douchebag ads...
10 Absolutely Pathetic Packaging Fails →
Why gdgt will fail: Stranded in the Great Privacy Canyon. It shall be private so users won’t get robbed, but also be public for sharing info
I realize I’m not “addicted to the Internet”. I’m simply reading a whole lot. We tend to induce guilt on anything that is unfamiliar.
A World Without Apple? →
PC Magazine wrote an article about a world without Apple. As much as I dislike Apple’s snobbish fanbase, I must thank Apple for bringing design to prominence in the tech world. So, here’s my take: Without Apple, the smartphone market will remain in Windows Mobile 6, Blackberry Pearl OS and Symbian until 2011. Given how Microsoft is now forced to hurry up to WM7 because of Apple,...
Microsoft Office Labs vision 2019: Sitting in a overly cold air-conditioned room, I begin to feel less and less appealed by all these glossy screens. I envision that, by 2019, we will probably all go for matte screens (like Kindle) that are warm and intimate, instead of glossy screens that are cold and inhuman. The surface will feel like one of those iPhone screen protectors (you have to try it...
Fuck Yeah Dogs on Computers →
I look like them when I work.
I just became the mayor of Theater Row on @foursquare! http://bit.ly/FFtNU
Conclusion: Twitter is a gigantic rat hole.
I just unlocked the “Explorer” badge on @foursquare! http://bit.ly/Hfec5
It’s amazing yet ironic the 1st OS that catches up iPhone after 2 years is not Blackbery, not Windows, but Android 2.0. http://bit.ly/2PMXMC
I just unlocked the “Bender” badge on @foursquare! http://bit.ly/1uB3CG
If there is such user who uses a Sidekick, lets friends use Guest account on Mac OSX, and uses Apple Time Machine, I feel bad for you.
Digital Zoom on digital cameras is such a useless feature. Loss of details, quality and range. I don’t even know why people bother.
E-Ink *is* the future, unlike many would say: imagine how useful it can be for signs, billboards and even packaging. OLED can’t beat that.
Bang & Olufsen Hands-On: BeoLab 4 speakers are definitely lacking in bass, while Earphones are extremely clear in both bass and treble.
The scroll wheel of Logitech MX Revolution mouse is really cool: You can simple flick and the wheel rolls endlessly like a… wheel!
Depending on how it’s played, it is either end of T-Mobile’s Sidekick, end of Microsoft’s phone business, or just a backslash of cloud comp.
This is likely the craiziest party representing the NYC art underground that I would call ‘batshit insane’.
Celebrate Annual Everything’s-Not-Working Day by crashing everything that you need to do!
is \/\/aving. But Google Wave is useless if it is not interoperable with email.
The stores at the ground floor of NY Times Building are pretty fantastic. I love Schnipper’s the best.
The new motto of War on Cockroaches 2009: If you see something, KILL something. Buddha will be disgusted.
The feeling of distance between reader and author has turned from 1000’s miles apart to just an inch short, but divided by a steel monitor.
Reading @katebornstein ‘s book from the 90’s vs @katebornstein ‘s tweets from… NOW = A neverending revising book of gender rebellion.
Every time you let a piece of fabric drape, be it a towel, a curtain or a dress, you made art.