Zink Imaging, the inkless mobile printing company, is the unofficial DEMO favorite so far. Everyone Iâ€™ve talked to on the floor says Zink stole the morning show. The Massachusetts-based startup, is creating an ecosystem for new types of devices â€” mobile printers â€” with an idea that everyone can understand â€” print your photos …
Monthly Archives: January 2007
The Okoro OMS-GX3000 is a media center PC for you to cherish the best media moments. It is powered by an Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700 quad-core processor. The high end graphics supported are due to an accompanying Nvidia GeForce 8800 GTX graphics card. The GX3000 has 2GB of Crucialâ€™s Ballistix memory to help it race through processes and delivering high performance. The dual TV tuners can leave you with loads of choices and multitasking. All these can be viewed…
via reddit, It's been noted when comparing the top ranked sites and their employee numbers, Craigslist presents an anomoly: But I really like Michael Slater's lessons to draw from this: * Providing a valuable service for free can attract a…
Robert writes –
"An LED Matrix is an array of LED's with the anode or positive terminal of each row connected together, and the cathode or negative terminal of each column connected together. Or the anode can be connected to a column, and cathode connected to a row." – Link.
Five pages of information, good stuff.
Thereâ€™s a new theme in town and it goes by the name of Akon. Named after one of my favorite hip-hop and R&B singers, the design goal of Akon is to be clean, simple and functional. Akonâ€™s professional design will set your blog apart and help you on your way to becoming a …
an interactive infographic of President Bush's State of the Union address over the years, averaged about 5,000 words, or 34.000 words in total. this means some words appear more frequently than others.
Posted by Pamela Fox, Support Engineer, Maps API Team
Hi all, my name's Pamela Fox. I've just joined the Maps API team and will be working part-time on various projects until I finish my Masters in C.S. at USC and join full-time. I'm look…
This little palm-sized WidgetStation that we reported on two months ago is for real, and was demonstrated at CES. It shows the widget of your choice on its dual screens, and accesses its info via Wi-Fi, Ethernet or a USB connection to your PC or Mac. The left screen features pure data on its monochrome LCD (think time, temperature, any numbers available on the Internet), while the right brings you the prettier widgets (think Gizmodo stories) in full color. Check out a video of the unit in action, plus more info:
This neat display reminds us of Chumby, the little device that displays the widgets of your choice, continuously updated. We like widgets (WTF is a widget, anyway?) in any form, and would like to have a whole wall full of them. But as a desktop trinket, the Widget Station will do just fine.
No one is saying when it might be available or at what cost, but we're ready now. We're chasing after the company, trying to get one in here to test. Stay tuned. â€“ Charlie White
Here's a video (in Spanish), but even if you don't speak the lingo you can still see how it works:
Product Page [Emtrace Technologies]
Footnote.com launched today. This new service, created by Hypergene — a great source for those interested in the future of journalism — enables citizens to view public documents online and offer annotations and discussions. They are partnering with the…
Memory Infinite is a design concept by Vicky Wei. Instead of having to use multiple USB flash drives when one fills up, this flash drive has a female connector on one end and male on the other. When more storage is needed you simply attach another Memory Infinite flash drive. â€“Travis Hudson
Memory Infinite, USB Storage [Yanko Design]