Reading Time: < 1minute Google Architecture | High Scalability Tags: architecture, google, technology 10 Ways to Instantly Build Self Confidence Perception is reality — the more self confidence you have, the more likely it is you’ll succeed. Tags: lifehacks, personal_development, psychology The Collected Works of Friedrich Nietzsche Tags: books, nietzsche, philosophy Open Source Social Platforms: 10 of the Best… Read more
Reading Time: < 1minute Last December, I was in a bit of a creative mood and decided to put together a video titled Morphing Faces of Beauty. Summary from YouTube: Using a computer generated photo of the ideal beautiful woman as a baseline(credited to faceresearch.org), I fed this photo into a face transformer (from perceptionlab.com). This transformer can convert… Read more
Reading Time: < 1minute I recently came across a great map and article on the Underlying Blog. Information Architects has created a comprehensive web trend map that diagrams the 200 most successful websites on the web, ordered by category, proximity, success, popularity and perspective.
Reading Time: < 1minute The Cult of the Amateur – Andrew Keen – Books – Review – New York Times Andrew Keen points out in his provocative new book, “The Cult of the Amateur,” Web 2.0 has a dark side Tags: culture, technology, web2.0 Link Karma – 15 July 2007 at Personal Development with The Positivity Blog Link Karma… Read more
Reading Time: 2minutes Tim Berners-Lee, father (Sire, actually) of web, was interviewed recently and provided his commentary on the vision for the future of the semantic web. Tim discusses some of the latest “terminology” that is somewhat related/intertwined with the semantic web: web2.0, web3.0, and even web4.0. He also touches on the origins of the web, what the… Read more
Reading Time: < 1minute Adrian Savage of Slow Leadership recently published an article on lifehack.org. Like most articles on lifehack.org, this one has its share of good advice. In particular: Take whatever time you need to discover what matters to you most Success isn’t simply a matter of money, power, or prestige. You could gain all of those and… Read more
Reading Time: < 1minute Signals vs. Noise recently posted an article: Is the web killing our culture?. In this article, the guys from 37 Signals discuss a new book from Andrew Keen titled The Cult of the Amateur: How today’s Internet is killing our culture. Keen sees the web, and “Web 2.0” in particular, as technology that enables mass… Read more