Disqus Lets The Conversation Flow

I’ve just added the Disqus WordPress plugin to this blog. Disqus is an interesting application that lets visitors track replies to comments via RSS and even take the conversations across multiple blogs, following trackbacks to your posts and their respective commenters. Here is my discussion page.

Lose the shackles – Wii Remotes, Giant Slingshots and Pet 3d Scanners

I love what Johnny Lee is doing – having fun with all kinds of seemingly simple designs and sharing them with the world. Here is his TED presentation, definitely worth watching: Johhny showed everyone that $40 and a creative mind can sometimes have far bigger an impact that what most large corporations can muster with […]

Cognitive Surplus

You must read this brilliant post by Clay Shirky: http://www.herecomeseverybody.org/2008/04/looking-for-the-mouse.html. *update on May 15, 2008 – video, hat-tip to Dean* The bottom line: in the early phases of the industrial revolution, with the rise of accelerated urbanization, people (esp. in London) didn’t know what to do with the newly acquired “civic surplus” – and they […]

Blogging with Zemanta

Source: WikipediaToday, our friends at Zemanta launched their blogging engine plug-in that finds related pictures and articles while you’re typing a new post. This is my first “zemified” (as they call it) post, so let me try and include some meat and let the semantic magic do the slicing. I’m a little bit disappointed that […]

Podcasts I Would Recommend

Image via Wikipedia In the past couple of years, I have stumbled upon a series of useful podcasts I listen to more or less regularly. Below is a list of the ones I have found most useful. 1. Technology Hanselminutes – a great software development podcast by Scott Hanselman (focusing on MS technologies) TWiT – […]