Archive for the 'MemoryMiner 2.0' Category

Would it kill you to hire competent translators?

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

Would it kill you to hire competent translators? Originally uploaded by j4johnfox Having an Italian wife means spending lots of time in Italy. I really enjoy collecting examples of crummy translations, so I couldn’t pass this one up. Click on the image to see the note in Flickr (created with MemoryMiner, natch).

Be Lazy! (Another Geeky Tale)

Tuesday, June 30th, 2009

Find out why being lazy is a fine quality in a software engineer.

Fort Collins Memory Project

Monday, May 4th, 2009

I love seeing examples of MemoryMiner in use. Here’s an ongoing project (inspired by the Magnes Memory Lab), that’s going on at the Fort Collins Museum & Discovery Science Center: More background on the project can be found here: An interesting point that they brought up in their description of the the project […]

More Fun with Cappuccino

Monday, April 20th, 2009

I’ve been playing with the Cappuccino Framework since it first came out. In the last 2 months, I’ve been working on a secret app, and wondering just how close I could get to the desktop experience in a web browser. Since the app in question works with images (who would have guessed?), and I’m used […]

If All Else Fails, Try Brute Force…

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

The pain & suffering of mixing layer hosting and layer backed views.