New York has a type of personality that always are coming back, and that you want to go back to. My friend Jonas Nilsson is in love with both New York and Apple. Check out his photos from last week, as you can see New York is growing and Ground Zero is now recovered from 9/11 (today is an immortal day). I love New York and Jonas photos make me feel like I am in New York hoping you feel it to.
Archive for september, 2008
Some will not ever get the point of being a soccer fan, but fans from Humburg SV gets it. They are now opening a cemetery for fans next to the stadium, so they can keep looking at soccer games right from their graveyard!
Fans of the German soccer club Hamburg now have the chance for the ultimate resting place – their own cemetery and a grave covered with the original grass from the team’s playing field.
International Herald Tribune
I am a dyslectic blogger. If you don’t have any problem reading this blog, you are probably a dyslectic too or you realize that this blog is not about spelling it is about moving business forward). I request other dyslectic bloggers to show that they are also dyslectics. I do not know if there is an organization for dyslectics but if there is one it would be good if all dyslectic bloggers could link to the site of the organization for dyslectics. Anyone who wants to read ideas and get inspiration from dyslectics can then go that site without attaching great importance to grammar and spelling. For those of you who still want to declare me as an idiot for not spelling perfect I urge you to look “outside the box”!
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For a long time I want to have digital walls at my home. My dream is to walk around in the books I work with. No computer screen is made for 50.000 words so it would be perfect with digital walls for me.
This lab explores the possibilities with Virtual Reality (VR) and technologies related to this area. The aim is to work in a multi-disciplinary way, for instance in finding applications for architects, designers, engineers, as well as for archeologists, teachers, etc. The lab consists of a main hall (about 200 sq. meters), and one development & teaching room (120 sq. meters) with around 18 spectator-seats and 12 work-places.
When I ask in computer shops where I can by this walls they say I have to comeback in around 50 years. If you like to take a walk on the wild side of Virtual Reality today, you only have to click here and book a visit today.
Yesterday Google released their beta version of a new open source browser: Google Chrome. Human kind has always starts war about reassures (land, oil etc). Today is information what we fight for. Google understand this well, so well that they earn 99% of their money from transforming information to relevant advertising. The war of information is now critical for Yahoo, Microsoft and others when Google are releasing their own browser.
On the surface, we designed a browser window that is streamlined and simple. To most people, it isn’t the browser that matters. It’s only a tool to run the important stuff – the pages, sites and applications that make up the web. Like the classic Google homepage, Google Chrome is clean and fast. It gets out of your way and gets you where you want to go… This is just the beginning – Google Chrome is far from done. We’ve released this beta for Windows to start the broader discussion and hear from you as quickly as possible. We’re hard at work building versions for Mac and Linux too, and we’ll continue to make it even faster and more robust.
Google has talent and a brand that are connected to fans like few brands are. The question is what will Microsoft, Yahoo and others do if Google are controlling information in the level as a successfully browser will let them do?