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For those of us who aren’t code slingers, what’s the easiest way to build a digital book? I’ve noticed a small but growing number of tools, ranging from big guns like those on offer from Adobe to iPad-based efforts that aim to make publishing a touch and drag affair. Below is a list I’ve been compiling over the past few weeks.
I recently spoke about “sharing intentions” at Mobile Monday in Amsterdam . ( Ben Hammersley , Adam Greenfield , Kevin Slavin and others were also gave great talks). Here are the 5 takeaways from mine: 1. Define your social object 2. Design your translations 3. Enable legitimate peripheral participation 4.
Posted on 11 May 2011 • 34 comments Let me get this out there right away: I hate email. Seriously, I can’t stand it.
The field of data visualization all too often is viewed as having the single role of attaching data to an image, regardless of whether it’s for analysis or journalism or entertainment. In a recent interview, Ben Fry , principal at Fathom , said this is a tendency that needs to be overcome.
some semi-formal writings on a limited range of subjects Software development Software Architecture For A New Economic System A rough, high-level software description for a general economic system: an informational structure/means for organising cooperation. (Or an 'engineering fiction'.) (2000 words, 15 min read)
Subscribe to this blog About Author Computer industry veteran Simon Phipps is at large in the open source movement and sending dispatches with the latest news from the inside. A director at OSI, a C-level exec at open source identity startup ForgeRock and an activist in the software freedom movement, expect the unexpected, the fascinating and the infuriating. Contact Author
Let's say you want a list of every Fortune 1,000 CEO in the United States, along with a picture and contact information.
Imagine sitting on the couch in your living room surfing the web, or chatting with friends online while relaxing in bed at night, or sending documents from the computer in the kitchen to the printer in your home office. A wireless network provides the ultimate in networking flexibility, and setting one up is easier than you might think. This article walks you through the steps to set up your wireless network and start using it.