Monthly Archives: July 2007

OLPC and innovation

I particularly like this article that links up Sir Sinclair of the Sinclair ZX80 fame with the OLPC project. I am not sure the link is fair to both projects and men. The Sinclair came out at a time when … Continue reading

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Illumio and Google Desktop Search

Watching a podcast about Illumio, triggered some interesting ideas. The fact that their tool allows for anyone to pose a query and get a reply without any of the others on the network knowing that there was a quey of … Continue reading

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Amazing architecture – dynamic building in Dubai

If this proposed dynamic building is indeed being built in Dubai, kudos to them! In a word, awesome!

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The real reason for MS’s ooxml push

I cannot help but lean towards agreeing with this article by Joe Wilcox. It is clearly the game plan of MS to embrace and extend and this time deeper into the enterprise. The ratification of ooxml as an ISO standard … Continue reading

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What else is broken in ooxml?

While the hard work continues at the various national bodies to plough through the 6000+ page ooxml document, here is an analysis that the specs are broken as is. Those from MS reading this post, please do us all a … Continue reading

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Is this for real?

Was good weekend read nonetheless!

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Human animation

Human pixelation anyone?

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