Archive for January, 2004

Pick your candidate

Wednesday, January 28th, 2004

This is a pretty interesting idea. Decide how you feel on the issues, then get matched with the candidate that most reflects those standards. This could have pretty interesting implications on the future of politics.

SelectSmart.com Selectors | 2004 AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE SELECTOR

PresidenctMatch-2004 Quiz

Guy Kawasaki on Venture

Wednesday, January 28th, 2004

A great article with Guy Kawasaki on picking a VC, witty like only Guy can be.

Forbes.com: What To Expect From A Venture Capitalist

Terabyte in a little box

Wednesday, January 14th, 2004

A terabyte in a portable box for $1200 – incredible.

LaCie – Bigger Disk – largest hard drive capacity available

Windows on the World

Wednesday, January 14th, 2004

Andersen is doing some cool stuff with windows that turn opaque, or function as speakers or TVs. Reminds me a little of Slow Glass.

Company Hopes to Make Windows for Future

Tom Friedman

Tuesday, January 13th, 2004

We attended an incredible speech by Tom Friedman. The text was substantially similar to his War of Ideas editorials. He enjoined us to read 2 things, during his speech. One was a speech given by Malaysian Prime Minister Mohammed Mahathir to the OIC. The other was 2 Arab Human Development Reports, which cost $10 each, but a speech about them is available. Fascinating stuff from a very insightful speaker.

Letting DNS loose

Wednesday, January 7th, 2004

Paul Mockapetris was the original inventor of DNS and has some interesting ideas about using it for other uses.

Letting DNS Loose

Robot, Build Thyself

Wednesday, January 7th, 2004

And when you finish that, build some more of you. Go ahead, fill a
whole desert valley. And then produce unlimited energy while
eliminating the greenhouse effect. Okay? Thanks.

By Thomas Bass

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