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Google Voice is finally sending out invites to the public, starting with the people who requested them long ago. I’ve been using the service for a few years, since the Grand Central days, and am a big fan. Here are my top 4 reasons why everyone who uses a phone should sign-up today: Free long […]

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Another TED video showing yet ANOTHER advanced computing interface. We’re seeing stuff come out of university labs and start-ups at a fantastic rate. I think we’ll all be interfacing with computers, especially mobile devices, in new and amazing ways in the very near future.

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This is an interesting and provocative look at how we may be interfacing with a pervasive network and computing environment in the future. Some people already organize their lives around computing in a primitive yet similar manner to this montage. There are a few items of concern in this vision made by Microsoft. All this […]

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An great demonstration of how new computing interfaces can change everything.

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This is an incredibly prescient view into the future of online media.

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The Moog Guitar, from the guy (company) who brought us the Moog Synthesizer. This thing looks wicked. I know only a smidgen about guitars, so I can’t really appreciate this to the full extent. But these guys are stoked. Lou Reed — that’s a pretty good testimonial. via Wired

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I recently switched mobile phones to a Blackberry 8830 after using a long line of Windows Mobile-based smartphones. I’m so glad I switched. The Windows based phones lacked two essential qualities. First, they were never great phones. The Blackberry operates flawlessly to make calls, and it sounds good. It may be too much to ask, […]

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What a great toy, I want one. For the boys of course. http://www.makeitmoovit.com/en/

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I had an idea for this same device about ten years ago. Awesome.

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This is a preview of a new physics game in development. It just won an award from the Independent Games Festival. I love these simple and thoughtful games that use computing and technology to challenge you in ways that other modes of interaction could never achieve. In the same vein, I just finished playing Portal, […]

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