This week we poke fun at the many different people trying an alternate biofuel. From water to trash, we should have many choices to what our next fuel is, right?
What do you find cool? Adventure games? Iron Man suit? Math? I find a lot cool. From Cool virtual worlds, to free stuff. Trinkets and widgets. It could be a Boba Fett USB drive or a Glow in the Dark Universe. If I think it’s cool, then I put it in the Cool category. Since I like history, I even find old stuff cool. That Commodore 64 in your closet, that is cool. But what is cooler is if that Commodore 64 is moded to be an XBox 360. Now that is really cool.
Maybe someday I’ll get to sit and talk with Steve Jobs. Until then I’ll have to make up the interview in my head. Because there has been talk of the new iPhone coming out on June 9th. Also there has been talk of Apple getting the gamers with a new handheld system. So I just […]
This week we sit down with Steve Ballmer and Jerry Yang to try and resolve this merger issue. Dr. Eric Schmidt also joins the group. Select the picture to enlarge.
Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSOK, so sometimes I go a little overboard. But it’s fun. This is my newest BitStrip based off the popular light beer commercial. Let me know what you think…. Audio for this strip is Below.
I have to admit, I have sat there and watched the Diggs happen. Little graphics showing how people are surfing the Digg Website. Either the Stack option, the bigspy, pics or even the arc. What am I talking about? Well, over on Digg.com you have Digg Labs (http://labs.digg.com) . The Labs are a great way […]
It’s a watch. It’s a Computer. No – it’s a RUPUTER. RuPuter is a 16-bit 3.6 MHz watch with 128K of Ram. It has a 102×64 pixel monochrome LCD. It also contained a joystick for gaming, and 6 buttons for functionality. It could connect via serial interface or Infra Red to communicate with other devices, like another […]
I remember the first time I bought RAM. I got 8 – 1 MB chips of memory for $40 a meg. Ah those were the days. Where’s the Pianer? Nowadays everything is getting “Farmed” – where the item is not directly attached to a single computer. A Hard drive farm allows scaling the size of your […]