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Posted by David on 31st October 2008 in Design, General, Interesting

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I wish I’d had one of these when I was a young boy!
A “Skippy Racer”… awesome

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Posted by admin on 30th October 2008 in General, Interactive, Technical

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Google just came along with a very valuable new feature for probably the world’s most famous WebService API “Google Maps”.

It can be considered being a rare within the family of geocoding Web Services as well.
Its called reverse geocoding and allows developers in the opposite way to the common process of converting an address into a longitude/lattitude, to convert coordinates into a valid address. It will be provided for both the HTTP Service as for the CClientGeocoder Class and covers 70 countries. All you will have to know to start playing with you can find on the
updated documentation pages and sample code

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Posted by admin on 30th October 2008 in General, Interactive, Technical

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As announced under the codename “Strata” during PDC 2008, now with its official title “Azure”, Microsoft will send its own OS into the cloudy sky, to be the next player amongst already proven and mighty concurrents like Google, Amazon and IBM. So it is considered being a walk on the fine line of success for Microsoft as well as a needed step off the growing pressure of open and free products onto its flagships like Windows or Office. Like the others in the cloud Azure addresses developers by providing on demand solutions with hosting space and computing power as the base for their applications. Amongst propriety components like its own ASP.NET Microsoft will provide other programming language environments like PHP and Python. Common protocols are supported as well as the common data exchange formats REST, SOAP, RSS and AtomPub. Another great way to deal with applications, that don’t want to care about hosting and hardware administration issues or to react on sudden demands by themselves to scale due to an exploding popularity.

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Posted by Tim on 29th October 2008 in General, Interesting


The Archive from Sean Dunne on Vimeo.

Very Ape Productions have made a short documentary about Paul Mawhinney, who has the worlds largest vinyl record collection.It’s amazing and I feel well worth a full length blockbuster version with matt damon playing Mr Mawhinney himself, with guns, grenades & car chases to yard sales all over America.

Being a dj i have the upmost respect for the man. Although sadly I now use Serato, only for logistical and financial reasons (oh and for queue points, loops & needle drops), I agree vinyl sounds better and envy this collection.

The whole collection is also for sale, and for a very reasonable price, who’s up for splitting that tab?

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Posted by David on 23rd October 2008 in Branding, General, Typography

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Great piece of marketing by Extensis, nicely targeted.

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Posted by David on 22nd October 2008 in Design, General

Pieke Bergmans’ series of one-of-a-kind crystal LED lamps for Royal Leerdam Crystal and
Solid Lighting are what the designer calls “light blubs.”

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Posted by admin on 21st October 2008 in Art, Design, General, Interesting

Three for free magazine is a free, if you frequent the trendier stores in London, periodical. With only three rules. No Photography, No Fashion, No Life Style. These restriction produce a visual treat of the best in contemporary illustration, check out wherever possible.
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Posted by admin on 20th October 2008 in General, Interesting


This is one our favorites from the vaults of time.

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