Articles in the Connect Category
Subreala allows you to easily upload words and images and then create interactive pages for them. It’s as easy as just selecting which visualization you want to use, preview it, and then publish it. You can also link pages together and create interactive menus that link to your pages. And you can embed any page on another site, like your blog for example.Read the full story »
Introducing Subreala. A whole new way to present words and images. What is Subreala? Subreala is an experimental project, still in active development, and might become almost anything.Read the full story »
I’m in the offices of Design Commission and I just noticed this on the wall above where I’m sitting.
How To Work Better
1. Do one thing at a time.
2. Know the problem.
3. Learn to listen.
4. Learn to ask questions.
5. Distinguish sense from nonsense.
6. Accept change as inevitable.
7. Admit mistakes.
8. Say it simple.
9. Be calm.
It turns out that a feature built into the HTML standard allows any website to test your browser history against a set of “interesting” URLs and send that information back to their server, associated with your IP address and browser cookie, and of course your login if you have one on that site.
Here’s the part that baffles me. Most of the smart, technical people talking about this seem to think it’s pretty much OK.Read the full story »
I was told about a strange and intriguing fact: that Tuscany, Italy is at the same latitude as Ontario, Canada. Based on my incomplete understanding of European geography (as well as that of the Great Lakes,) this seemed kind of improbable. Given that Wolfram Alpha had just debuted, this looked like exactly the kind of query the “computational engine” had been designed to handle. Unfortunately, it was not able to provide any response for either location.Read the full story »