Well, there’s too many channels and too much noise.
Should I twitter, or Facebook, or FriendFeed, or just collect delicious links?
But what on earth do I have time to say? Only a few things…
Kutiman mixes YouTube - 100% YouTube clips, remixed.
Röyksopp’s Happy Up Here - They are already here.
Correlation - I’m not sure.
The Periodic Table of Typefaces - My inner-graphic-design-geek wants it.
Share & Enjoy
Zoetrope, an interactive time machine for the web
Adobe have been working on a cool user interface for visualising how web pages have changed over time, called Zoetrope.
From Technology Review: Back-Button to the Future.
science commons, the video
Science commons, the video, explaining all about how the science commons works.
well played, sir
Well, we all got the American president that they deserve. It’s good to hear about all the goodwill and hope in the air.
Obama is known as an eloquent orator, but as far as I can tell his victory speech has not been aired in full on the news here in the UK. However, it is on the BBC website and is worth a watch:
Obama’s victory speech in full.
I’ve been impressed by the growing volume of free talks, books and other high-quality informationalistic edupodloads. I thought I’d list a few of my favourites here - read on for the link-love…
searching the spoken word
One of the latest impressive innovations to come out of Google is that they have speech recognition software good enough to automatically index audio and video streams and make the spoken word searchable. Due to the impending presidential election, the project is currently focussed on political speeches, and makes it easy for you to compare what different politicians have said about any particular issue. You can find it here: http://labs.google.com/gaudi