Posts filed under “Technology”
The spin is the band Atomic Tom had their instruments stolen.
They were riding the New York subway, happened to have a speaker set up with 4 inputs from iPhones (and a hardly impromptu two camera shoot).
All four members play their iPhones and put on quite the show for their fellow riders. The result is fairly amazing, leading TechCrunch to declare “If I were Apple, I would buy this video and put it on television. Like, tomorrow.”
Hat tip Upside Trader
Last week, I mentioned I was considering an iPad purchase. The response fell into 3 categories: 1) Get one RIGHT NOW; 2) Wait til Gen 2 3) Get an Android/HP/ACER/Dell pad. The Windows based units are out of the question; I already have a crappy computer (Dell Vostro), I don’t need a crappy tablet. I…Read More
Every day, I spend anywhere from 90 minutes to 2 hours on public transportation (round trip). A few times a year, that can double when the trains are disrupted by fires, tornadoes, etc. I usually drag a mess of printed flotsam and detritus — a newspaper or 3 back and forth (NYT, WSJ, FT), as…Read More
The Solaris is a sustainable sun shading system designed by industrial designer José Vicente. The system has been conceptualized to provide a new working/leisure space that allows individuals to work in the open air at any place of their choice. The Solaris sun shading system is equipped with photovoltaic panels allowing users to charge their…Read More
BNN speaks to Diane Brady. senior editor, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, and Barry Ritholtz, CE and director of equity research, Fusion IQ.
Did I just smoke a fattie? I don’t recall . . .
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Headline : September 16, 2010 : Panel – Part One [09-16-10 12:15 PM]
This looks better (sober). . .
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Headline : September 16, 2010 : Panel – Part Two [09-16-10 12:25 PM]
BNN speaks to Diane Brady. senior editor, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, and Barry Ritholtz, CEO and director of equity research, Fusion IQ.
Innovation Crisis: Job Creation Stalled by Patent Backlog, Says Pat Choate
Yahoo tech Ticker Sep 08, 2010 09:41am
Over the past few months, I have been saying US Treasuries remind me of the dot com stocks circa 1997-98 in three ways: 1) You knew momentum was taking them (much) higher; 2) You knew it was going to end badly; 3) If you were honest, you admitted you had precisely zero idea when the…Read More