I’m using my 802.11n which is incredibly fast blasting its 3.2 GHz through my house nearly 250m in every directions. I’m streaming KSER’s Pull the String from my iTunes local radio stations folder. Weatherbug is telling me that it’s 91 degrees [shift+option+8] doesn’t appear to work with WordPress. The only thing better than streaming Rockabilly while prepping the grill, drinking Springboard Ale, and watching the kids fight in the pool is casually using technology to supplement it all. All in all I am enjoying my last free weekend until September, I’m glad it’s a global-warmingly nice one.
Link: Mindful Ink
I came across a comic a few weeks back that I always wanted to post but never got around to doing it.
The first frame was a guy typing away on his lap top saying something along the lines of “How did we ever get anything done before computers?” In the next frame was the classic writer looking guy with his scraggly beard and sports coat typing away at a type writer asking how we ever accomplished anything before the type writers. The final frame was a Shakespearian looking fellow asking “How did we ever get anything done before pen and quill?”
I can now no longer think of any reason not to give into the new ipod touch.
We were scared long before the technology came along.
Allows our bodies to be the conduit for electronic transmissions; for information, instructions, behavior and a lot more.
Red Tacton uses the electric field emitted on the surface of the human body making your entire body a transmission path.
flickr: Jakob Smith
When I was in the Navy I knew a few people who felt they were pretty well informed conspiracy theorist, though they would never use that term. Convinced there were RFID tags in the new twenty dollar bills, he microwaved them. Not once did they explode.