This multi-touch screen can detect up to 100 different touch gestures at the same time.
Great video on secrets of success from TED Conference.
The faster you pedal, the faster your internet goes. (via etre)
Simple video that describes how the web works.
Since most of us in the U.S. will be watching the Super Bowl game this Sunday, we pay as much attention to the ads throughout the game as to the game itself. Why? Because, when companies spend $2.6 million for a 30-second ad marketing their product or service, it has to be good….
Speaking of Super Bowl Ads….NY Times has an interactive presentation of all previous Superbowl ads that you can watch with some interesting facts about the ads. YouTube also setup a site for this year’s Super bowl ads.
Web 2.0….hmmm… is it a browser? a program? an operating system?
Web 2.0 is the next generation of Internet tools and a way of using the web to connect, integrate, store, filter, run and share information on the web. In Web 2.0 the web tools will work smoothly and will converge with our desktop programs and have real-time results just like running a software program on your computer.
For a better understanding of what Web 2.0 might be, head over to Adaptive Path, Dan Saffer’s article “The Web 2.0 Experience Continuum” offers good insight into what it is and where the Web is going in the next ten years.