All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Concept’
Volkswagon has been at the forefront of automotive technology for years. Most recently it was the introduction of the fastest production car of all time Bugatti Veyron. Now they have the beginnings of a flying concept car. Not in the sense that it flys through the air like an airplane/car. But that it used electro magnets placed in the road …
Minecraft and Lego’s, they’re like evolutionary cousins. Without Lego’s, there’s a good chance Minecraft would never have come to be. Therefore, it seems all but an inevitability that the two brands would come together to form an alliance, stretching our creative/building muscles even further. We can all thank a service from Lego, called ‘Lego CUUSOO‘, where people can share set …
Thanks to my mesh pal Mike Masnick from Techdirt for pointing me towards a recent column by Jeremy Wagstaff of Loose Wire (and the Wall Street Journal) that I had been meaning to post about. In the column, entitled "The Future of News," Jeremy writes about how it’s difficult to talk about the future of news without admitting that the idea of what we call "news" has changed, and is continuing to change. As he puts its:
In the Net Neutrality debate, the last thing phone and cable companies want is a proof of concept. In fact, as one FCC commissioner has noted, avoiding these proofs is what has kept them on relatively good behavior recently. So, it was bad news when torrent users accused Comcast of degrading and blocking torrents over the weekend.
One word that causes a great deal of problems is Webmaster. Perhaps many will disagree with me, but hear me out. I acknowledge that it will be difficult to bury the word. After all even the mighty Google helps to support the word through its immensely useful Google Webmaster Central. However I believe this word and the function that it implies can create a great deal of organizational dysfunction, particularly in big companies.
It’s a well-known fact that most bloggers toil away in obscurity, and that a lucky few manage to obtain all sorts of fame, money, and material goods (or a talented few – I don’t mean to slight anyone). But, oh, what goods – Jalopnik’s Ray Wert recently got his hands on a Camaro convertible concept car.
What does it take to for Net Neutrality to get national television coverage? It takes an asinine explanation of the Internet by the chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee. Was this picked up on NBC, Fox, CNN or another major news network? Nope. Comedy Central.
Jonathan Hernandez, a Mexican programmer, has developed software that turns Google’s Gmail service into a blog.
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