The myspace/facebook generation have a system which solves spam, lets you define who can send you messages. It’s also a realtime system rather than a store and forward system. The problem is these message systems are walled gardens. Enter XMPP.
Robert Simpson’s amazing Google Earth tool tracks the zillions of shattered pieces of the Fengyun 1C satellite – the satellite that the Chinese government shot down in January 2007.
Germany is producing zeppelins agains. W00t! Seaplanes next please.
Patrick’s prototype from last weekend’s Mashed. Using details about how many times radio programmes have played an artist it will provide recommendations of shows and artists based on a last.fm profile. Nice :)
Why we’ve decided to remove hCalendar from BBC /programmes. Basically we’re concerned about the use of the abbreviation design pattern.
- The Lab of an Electron Microscope PhotographerDavid Scharf is the world's leading electron microscope photographer. We visited his lab in Echo Park.
- Inspire Talk" if you’re sitting here listening to me, chances are you were born with a set of resources and opportunities that 95% of the humans on the planet can only imagine. In your pocket you carry access to information and power that would make a Roman emperor weep with envy. But that position, those same resources and opportunities, can often make a very effe […]
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