Posts Tagged ‘geeky’

Pinboard bookmarks for March 5th

Pinboard links for March 5th, syndicated automagically: UNetbootin – Homepage and Downloads – UNetbootin allows you to create bootable Live USB drives for Ubuntu, Fedora, and other Linux distributions without burning a CD. It runs on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. You can either let UNetbootin download one of the many distributions supported out-of-the-box […]

Pinboard bookmarks for December 16th

Pinboard links for December 16th, syndicated automagically: Best Company Values Explanation Ever – Business: Community Advocates: Your Secret Weap… | Jive Community – The tactical way in which you locate or engage with your advocates may vary based upon the type of community (employee, customer, product support, etc.), but the principles I’ll describe below can […]

Smart analytics and machine reasoning

Using advanced computing and emerging technology, IBM is building a natural language processing computer code-named Watson to compete in the game show Jeopardy. This is something that I missed so far – supercomputing smart analytics – learned about it only yesterday here at Lotusphere (I will blog about the executive meeting / briefing where it […]

Hardware will cut you

Via Makezine, more stuff todo

Learn programming

Now that the weekend has arrived (no longer TGIF feelings) some neat inspiration is creeping up, ie. how to use this tool for creativity and imagination: Daniel Shiffman from Mark Webster on Vimeo.

Geeking around with hardware, plus some Android apps recommendations

Speaking of being good at being a beginner – I need to document and jot down the things I did this Wednesday night for relaxing. Yes, I spent half the night modding and messing around with my old and trusted Android Phone, an HTC Magic (aka Sapphire) 32B stuck at Android 1.6. Now it’s rooted, […]

You will always be a beginner. Get good at it.

Via BoingBoing via KevinKelly in the NYTimes: • Every new technology will bite back. The more powerful its gifts, the more powerfully it can be abused. Look for its costs. • Technologies improve so fast you should postpone getting anything you need until the last second. Get comfortable with the fact that anything you buy […]