Archive for April, 2005

Keyhole Google Maps

Tuesday, April 5th, 2005

John’s Searchblog:

This is cool – and much anticipated. Google has incorporated Keyhole into its mapping application.

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P2P again: ‘Podcasting’

Tuesday, April 5th, 2005

Technology News:

The phenomenal success of the iPod, of peer-to-peer systems like Napster and its descendants, and of social networking site like Friendster that let users communicate with each other and with small like-minded communities offers hope that such a model could prove popular, experts say.

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SMS-新加坡

Sunday, April 3rd, 2005

他没去刁曼岛



Rawa3-1

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Flocking and Swarming

Sunday, April 3rd, 2005

From Smart Mobs:

Blogs of War reports on adavnces in the field of ‘Flocking & Swarming technologies’.

“…For the first time in history, autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have flown using flocking and swarming algorithms,” reports Daniel Preston, chief executive and lead engineer for Atair Aerospace, Inc. (Atair AS).

Flocking and Swarming” are two words used interchangeably to refer to modeled flight that is biologically inspired by the flight of flocking birds and swarming insects. The capability of biological systems to autonomously maneuver, track and pursue evasive targets in a cluttered environment is vastly superior to any engineered system…”

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Agreed left and right

Saturday, April 2nd, 2005

Micah reviewed Hugh Hewitt’s book, the interesting part is not where he disagree, but where he thought what Hewitt did get right.

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T-Salon on Tag

Friday, April 1st, 2005

Andrea’s points on Tag:

This whole new approach to aggregating distributed content across the internet, enabled by a new generation of tools that were built with folksonomy in mind, has significantly lowered the barrier of entry for broad-base participation in a common internet publishing cause.

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