I took some liberties with this assignment. Since I have been tasked to replace the current BBC website, I couldn’t bring myself to do a thinking aloud on a site that was essentially the walking dead. Rather, I decided to … Continue reading
For those who don’t know him, John Carmack II is one of the premier game programmers. He was a co-founder of id Software, which you may have heard of. Among his credits as lead programmer are Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, Quake, … Continue reading
This will probably end up with a supervillain or something worthy of a Micheal Crichton novel, but it’ll be fun while it lasts… Augmented Human ’13 And the football is pretty cool.
According to Twitter. But hey, we’re better off than those miserable sobs in Louisiana and Mississippi… The Geography of Happiness: Connecting Twitter sentiment and expression, demographics, and objective characteristics of place
The book really shows its age here. I think my favorite part was when a couple of paragraphs were given over to describing how to use a scan converter to grab the monitor outputs, with the appropriate caveats about how (RS-170) video … Continue reading
First, here’s a spreadsheet that shows all the comments. Nice comments are in blue, problems are in red: To aggregate, I’ve added a column on the right that has a “meta” description of the issue. After sorting, it can be … Continue reading
Google wants to hear from you about coming up with stuff for Glass…