Let the Viddler lovefest continue, I say! I’ve just incorporated Viddler video comments into my site, so if you’d like to respond visually instead of typing out a response, feel free. (Or you can do both.)
My son trips me out sometimes. Here he can be found “singing” along with “Flow Rida”. As a side note, this is my first time uploading something to Viddler. It’s a great service that’s really innovative! when it comes to video tagging, commenting, and more.
Adobe Photoshop Express is now available to the public. The browser-based RIA allows you to make basic edits/adjustments to your images. Either upload photos to the service, or hook it up with your Facebook, Photobucket and/or Picasa accounts.
Reznor vs. Radiohead: Innovation Smackdown
WebKit achieves Acid3 100/100 in public build. This is big news for one reason: the build is publicly available. Opera has an internal build available which passes the Acid test.
Amazon takes on Apple with DRM-free music. I’ve used iTunes since it was first released in 2001. When music was first sold via iTunes, I bought into the idea right away and stopped buying CDs altogether. I didn’t care about DRM and I didn’t care about bit-rates. When they started selling TV shows, I didn’t… Continue reading Amazon takes on Apple with DRM-Free Music
View Slideshow Wyatt, Ian, Jenni and I made the trek to Atlanta, GA over the weekend to see Jonathan Coulton live at the Variety Playhouse. Paul and Storm were a great opening act, and Coulton did not disappoint. The show was three hours of geekiness, and I couldn’t be happier to have been in attendance.… Continue reading Nerdfest
The 80-20 Business Rule – Absolutely brilliant video/idea. (Hat tip: GeekMommy)
One of the most moving speeches I’ve heard.
Safari 3.1 Released – new version has limited support for HTML5, embedded fonts via CSS and more. It’s a pretty solid release, but much more needs to be done to reduce the memory footprint of the app on Windows.