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Brad Kligerman
Re: Fred Wilson Dot VC - http://fredwilson.vc/post...
"…perhaps my favorite album <period> (((gillian welch & david rawlings also kill on early 70s Neil covers))) cheers." - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
Re: Fred Wilson Dot VC - http://fredwilson.vc/post...
"Adding something/anything to a song from “On the Beach” is not a simple affair, it’s so *canonical*, but Hiss Golden Messenger kills it. Nice…" - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
Re: How good is my mind? - http://scripting.com/2014...
"Thanks for this post Dave, and to Doc for the great followup. I can sadly underline Doc's claim that "…you don't have to be old…" to "stop learning and adapting." As an architect and university professor, I sadly see people too young "closing their minds down…" before they have the experience to know better. I can only hope to inspire them to open up in time to take advantage of youth's wild energy. Doc, I'm not sure if I'm following the reasoning behind your crescendo concerning "herd-culling"?" - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
Re: ThinkTank ad from 1984 - http://scripting.com/2014...
"After actually reading the content of this ad sometime in the mid-80s and finally understanding the potential for the Mac Plus sitting on my desk, I bought my first commercial software application: Thinktank. I've been using outlines and outline apps ever since. To me, outlines are more than a technique or format: they are a meta-media that structures everything from the creative ideas that changed my life, to the nagging details of the quotidian. Dave, seeing this post is more than a trip down memory lane, but a reminder that: Thinktank-like structures are somehow embedded in every digital technology I use." - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
"I'm no developer, but as a designer embedded in the digital/networked world, I used BYTE to know what was really coming next. For me, WIRED replaced BYTE as our muse. Though less technical, WIRED was able to point designers in the right direction, showing us where we could at least find the code or details that were needed. Somehow, I never got the same satisfaction reading WIRED; making my way through a BYTE article was a test of fortitude for us non-developers." - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
reddit is offline in protest of PROTECT IP and SOPA - http://www.reddit.com/
"submitted by reddit to blog." - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
Mona Lisa replicated in software "using only 50 semi transparent polygons" - http://www.boingboing.net/2010...
this reminds me of the The Monkey Shakespeare Simulator : "If you have enough monkeys banging randomly on typewriters, they will eventually type the works of William Shakespeare" http://bit.ly/afbi9o - Brad Kligerman
I ran my own algorithm 2 years ago : http://plindenbaum.blogspot.com/2008... - Pierre Lindenbaum
Brad Kligerman
Linden Labs Lays Off 30 Percent Of Staff - http://techcrunch.com/2010...
“restructuring” and “reconfiguring” to the browser. - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
control spotify client from with Mac remote - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
control spotify client from with Mac remote - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
Sound installations by Stephen Vitiello. - http://www.vvork.com/?p=18535
image of a sound-space - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
exploring the nearly virtual world optics of Bing Maps by cruising my old nabe in NYC, checking out recent changes.
hi kliger, I think you may want to stop Friendfeed to send your updates to Twitter - Your tweet timeline is full of duplicates right now :) - Opensource Obscure
yeah, what a mess, I'm not sure what happened all the sudden. - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
"CD case houses a working light Theremin music toy... all the track names & artwork are printed on the circuit board." http://www.thedailyswarm.com/headlin...
The theremin incrusted CD case is available on Fractalspin (http://bit.ly/8cKzd8) a cool tech toy shopping site. - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
Royal Society puts 60 seminal scientific papers online - http://www.boingboing.net/2009...
Can't wait to read "A scientific study of a young Mozart confirming him as a musical child genius." - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
MVRDV exhibits “China Hills: A vision of future cities” - http://www.archdaily.com/42214...
"Three Dimensional City: Future China” featuring work of Paolo Soleri and MVRDV. Nice mash-up. - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
Integrating streams in virtual spaces - http://www.mixedrealities.com/...
Integrating streams in virtual spaces: Spaces w/streams streams-in-space = Streaming Spaces "...artists are already experimenting with this..." - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
Indexhibit: webapp to build rich-media web sites - http://www.indexhibit.org/
A web application used to build and maintain an archetypal, invisible website format that combines text, image, movie and sound. - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
Indexhibit: webapp to build rich-media web sites - http://www.indexhibit.org/
A web application used to build and maintain an archetypal, invisible website format that combines text, image, movie and sound. - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
Art, embodied: the body as the ideal intersection between art and science. - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
BitTorrent Tracker MiniNova Goes Legal-Only [BitTorrent]
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RSS of BitTorrent, Programmable Twitter client - http://www.scripting.com/stories...
Finding the appropriate media for different content types by "post(ing) stuff where ever it might make sense to do so, and hoping to be able to bring it all back together through various mechanisms." - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
OS Fab Lab Proposal - Open Source Ecology - http://openfarmtech.org/index...
as part of RepLab.org, building tools for replicable, open source, post-scarcity resilient communities, a Fab Lab at 1/10th the cost and ten times the functionality. - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
OS Fab Lab Proposal - Open Source Ecology - http://openfarmtech.org/index...
as part of RepLab.org, building tools for replicable, open source, post-scarcity resilient communities, a Fab Lab at 1/10th the cost and ten times the functionality. - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
Second Life workshop by 3 universities in Japan - http://archidemo.blogspot.com/2009...
Second Life workshop by 3 universities in Japan: using "twits and photographs" for urban representation - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
photosynth scaled up to a city - http://ondrejka.net/technol...
Photosynth scaled up to a city. - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
[from regine] What is beauty - the 10 qualities that make art beautiful - Telegraph - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture...
The ideas expounded in article don't hold up to the power of the chosen art works, but [from regine] What is beauty - the 10 qualities that make art beautiful - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
The Next Wave of AR: Mobile Social Interaction Right Here, Right Now! - http://www.ugotrade.com/2009...
Reading "The Next Wave of AR: Mobile Social Interaction Right Here, Right Now!" *and* playing foursquare while in Paris cafè. - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
Visual Understanding Environment is an Open Source project creating a flexible visual environment for structuring, presenting, and sharing digital information. - http://vue.tufts.edu/index...
Visual Understanding Environment is an Open Source project creating a flexible visual environment for structuring, presenting, and sharing digital information.
It will be nice when this can be integrated into #googlewave - Brad Kligerman from Bookmarklet
Brad Kligerman
an open source collection of tools for manipulating geographic and Cartesian data sets (including filtering, trend fitting, gridding, projecting, etc.) and producing Encapsulated PostScript File (EPS) illustrations ranging from simple x-y plots via contour maps to artificially illuminated surfaces and 3-D perspective views. - Brad Kligerman
Brad Kligerman
an open source collection of tools for manipulating geographic and Cartesian data sets (including filtering, trend fitting, gridding, projecting, etc.) and producing Encapsulated PostScript File (EPS) illustrations ranging from simple x-y plots via contour maps to artificially illuminated surfaces and 3-D perspective views. - Brad Kligerman
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