Bionic eyes could hit the net in 2009 →
(via bookhling) “2009 video and graphics displays will become available in glasses and contact lenses.”
The nature of the net is that people want their fame on a day-to-day basis,...– Josh Harris (via meghanasha) Interesting idea; technology breaks our “15 minutes of fame” down into little digital bits.
Tron Returns to Tron
theecostream: I Watch Stuff - What’s a Tron without a Tron, y’know? So bruce Boxleitner, who played Tron in Tron, is reportedly reprising his role as Tron in TR2N: Bruce Boxleitner, who played Alan Bradley and the title character in Walt Disney Pictures’ 1982 film Tron, is currently filming a role for the studio’s upcoming Tron 2.0. He joins fellow original cast member Jeff Bridges and...
Google and Wikipedia are already brain extenders. You can find almost any...– Scott Adams (via azspot) (via slantback)
Checking out user generated FAQ and feedback at ‘Get whuffie’: ‘about’ leads to Wikipedia, & blog has 1 entry since Aug. http://tr.im/2lmc
(Fake Cory Doctorow) “don’t think anyone has fully realized the horrors of brkfast in a post-toast singularity world yet.” @fakecorydoctoro
Cory Doctorow named his child Poesy Emmeline Fibonacci Nautilus Taylor Doctorow.
Quote: “Architecture is politics: the structure of the net will determine the structure of the society it underpins.” — Cory Doctorow
What exactly is Dropbox?
shawnblog: crudmudgeon: _ Dropbox is the easiest way to share and store your files online. Works like you do No complicated interfaces to learn. Dropbox runs in the background on your desktop. Worry-free syncing Sync your files automatically to your computers and the web. It’s everywhere you are Sign in and access your files from any browser or mobile device. Easy sharing Sharing...
imkevin: ttyl is a young adult novel by Lauren Myracle, published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc. In 2004, it gained attention for being the first-ever novel written entirely in the style of instant messaging conversation. The novel was a New York Times, Publishers Weekly, and Book Sense bestseller, and has had two sequels, ttfn and l8r, g8r.
You can check someones Twitter count and Ping them. (How Whuffieish) http://tr.im/26tx
Scientists extract images directly from brain http://tr.im/26ft
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Scientists extract images directly from brain →
Japan’s ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories have developed new brain analysis technology that can reconstruct the images inside a person ’s mind and display them on a computer monitor, it was announced on December 11. Further development of the technology may soon make it possible to view other people’s dreams while they sleep. via incurable
Previously I noted that a true distributed Whuffie system would have to have a philanthropic motivation. I am also considering that sponsorship by a wireless carrier might make sense.
Read about cloud computing using Gladinet’s web aps mounted as drives http://tr.im/1p6q or just go get it http://tr.im/1p6m