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Saturday, March 19, 2005

Terri would have loved these

Here's a few of the sites I've visited over the last month or so...

BugMeNot.com was created as a mechanism to quickly bypass the login of web sites that require compulsory registration and/or the collection of personal/demographic information (such as the New York Times).
FictionPress is a growing network of over 118,000 writers, hundreds of thousands of readers, and home to over 650,000 original works. As a writer, this is a place to showcase your creativity and for a reader, FictionPress is an opportunity to feast to your heart's content.
Steve's aquarium - hours of addictive, mindless entertainment for anyone on anything...
The fish follow the three classic incentives in flocking algorithms; they try to steer towards the average position of their neighbours (Cohesion), they try to point in the same direction as their neighbours (Alignment), and they try to avoid one another (Separation).
Meet the BellBrothers. They're a little uninteresting if you ask me. And if you don't have broadband...move on.
Collection of digital media projects done by both my twin brother (fellow student at Drexel) and myself.
This one is for Gravity Boy - 1000 Angry Monkey's!
Alexander Holman

Alexander Holman is a photographer based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He specializes in travel, landscape and city still life working nearly exclusively using black and white.

Emily Holman

Emily Holman is a photographer based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She enjoys taking photographs of nature, architecture, and the human body.
One of my most interesting findings from the last few weeks. Can't wait for March 22 when it comes online and they get sued.
What is CyberTelly?

CyberTelly is a new technology of broadcasting TV, an Alternative to Cable-TV or Satellite-TV. Instead sending satellites into space or laying a cable into household, we use the internet for signal transmission. The difference to other technologies like IPTV or TVoIP or TVoverIP is, that we do not use Client-Server technology.

What are the costs?

No costs, all free, no spyware, no adware, no dialer, no malware at all. Maybe a banner in the software-setup of the player or in the EPG-Menue in order to give our programmers a square meal and thick clothing.
And last but not least...
Welcome to MIT's OpenCourseWare:

a free and open educational resource for faculty, students, and self-learners around the world. OCW supports MIT's mission to advance knowledge and education, and serve the world in the 21st century. It is true to MIT's values of excellence, innovation, and leadership.