IBM developerWorks web blogs

In Archive by Fredy D. Oré

Here is a listing of some of the active blogs within IBM’s Developer Works website. They include, Kurt Bittner – Software Development, Grady Booch – Software Architecture, Simon Johnston, Michael …

Vodafone’s think tank magazine – Receiver

In Archive by Fredy D. Oré

Check out Vodafone’s receiver mag – Vodafone’s cool think tank, on Art, Music, Communication, Interaction and technology. The archives are separated into various topics: Receiver1: The Information Society of the …

The World Summit on the Information Society

In Archive by Fredy D. Oré

The World Summit on the Information Society – Geneva 2003 is the first of two world gatherings by Head of States, Executive heads from United Nations agencies, industry leaders, national …

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The end of Moore’s Law?

In Archive by Fredy D. Oré

CNet comments on a recent paper titled, Limits to Binary Logic Switch Scaling–A Gedanken Model – by Intel scientists, which suggests that by 2018 it will become extremely difficult for …

Go Digital on the BBC World Service

In Archive by Fredy D. Oré

I was up late listening to ABC News Radio and I came across the BBC World Service programme Go Digital with presenter Tracey Logan. The programme is quite interesting, covering …

Crossings: eJournal of Art and Technology

In Archive by Fredy D. Oré

Crossings is a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary academic journal that aims to explore the areas where technology and art intersect. The Journal is published by the University of Dublin with two issues …

Triple J speaks with Stelarc

In Archive by Fredy D. Oré

Wednesday 3 September 2003 (AEST) Triple J speaks with stelarc, an artist stimulating art and technology. 11pm Sydney.

6-Webs that describe user interation on the Web

In Archive by Fredy D. Oré

Bill Joy an executive, founder and chief scientist of Sun Microsystems, Inc. has written an interesting article titled, Why One Web Won’t Do, which looks his “6 Webs” that define …

Neil Gershenfeld on Personal Fabrication

In Archive by Fredy D. Oré

MIT’s Director for the Center for Bits and Atoms and lecturer of a class called, How To Make (almost) Anything, speaks to Edge.org about Personal Fabrication. The Edge interview which …

Electronic glove translates sign language to speech

In Archive by Fredy D. Oré

Jose Hernandez-Rebollar, a researcher for George Washington University in the US has developed an electronic glove called the “AcceleGlove” that can translate the rapid hand movements used in sign language …