4.20.2007 by Kevin Creighton
Step 1: Set up a MacBook Pro at a computer security conference.
Step 2: Offer $10,000 to the first person who can crack it.
Step 3: ????No one's claimed it yet
by Kevin Creighton
Via Daring Fireball
is this great article on Yahoo!'s future versus that of Google
. Yahoo seems hanging on by the skin of their webmail.
4.16.2007 by Kevin Creighton
Fotowhoosh: Turn your photos into 3-D models
. (Caution: Annoying autoplay music.)
What these means for Google Maps will be interesting.
Labels: Photography, virtual reality, web 2.0
4.15.2007 by Kevin Creighton
4.13.2007 by Kevin Creighton
Google's buying DoubleClick for $3.1 billion
.I, for one, welcome our new online advertising overlords
, and I'd like to remind them that as a trusted member of the online marketing community, I can be helpful in rounding up others to toil in their underground click farms,
4.09.2007 by Kevin Creighton
A friend from my past is no longer with us
I haven't seen or talked to Jason in over ten years, but he was a good friend for a long time, and he went out doing something he loved.
Not many people can leave this Earth that way.The rangers had a homecoming in harlem late last night
And the magic rat drove his sleek machine over the jersey state line
Barefoot girl sitting on the hood of a dodge
Drinking warm beer in the soft summer rain
The rat pulls into town rolls up his pants
Together they take a stab at romance and disappear down flamingo lane
- Bruce Springsteen, "Jungleland"
4.08.2007 by Kevin Creighton
Online digital photo editing
. And they include the API so you can add it to your site.
4.05.2007 by Kevin Creighton
First, there was the announcement of DRM-free tracks in iTunes
.Now there's Tunecore
The marketing implications for unsigned bands is just staggering. Now anyone can get their music into the #1 digital distribution system on the planet.
Remind me again: Why do musicians need the RIAA anymore?