2016 Feb 20, 1:22 2014 Aug 20, 6:22
Fish vs Fish in Street Fighter II - Computer vision translates the location of two fish in an aquarium into SF2 moves.
2014 Apr 24, 3:29
The Wall Street Journal was first to report that The Federal Communications Commission will propose new open Internet rules this Thursday that will allow content companies to pay Internet service
providers “for special access to consumers.” Under the new rules, service providers may not block or discriminate against specific websites, but they can charge certain sites or services for
preferential traffic treatment if the ISPs’ discrimination is “commercially reasonable.” Bye-bye, Net Neutrality, and the internet as we know it.
2013 Apr 17, 2:00 2012 Jun 25, 2:40
Tetris Street Art by Gaffa gallery
Located in Sydney on Abercrombie Lane.
I’d get out of there before they form a horizontal line…
2012 Feb 29, 3:05
I've been working on the Glitch Helperator. It is a collection of tools and things I've put together for Glitch. It has a few features that I haven't seen elsewhere including:
A notebook in which you can save information about interesting streets and later use it to find your way back to them.
Find out how old your Glitch is and the date of your next birthday in Glitch time or Earth time.
API Update History
A history of changes to the streets, skills and achievements of Glitch noting when new ones are added and when existing ones are changed.
It also has an interactive skill tree, find nearest feature tool, and achievement display. If you play Glitch, check it out.
2012 Feb 17, 4:00
Sarah and I have been enjoying Glitch for a while now. Reviews are usually positive although occasionally biting (but mostly accurate).
I enjoy Glitch as a game of exploration: exploring the game's lands with hidden and secret rooms, and exploring the games skills and game mechanics. The issue with my enjoyment coming from
Glitch's web APIs making tools (I work on the Glitch Helperator) for use in Glitch. And
on a semi-regular basis they add new features reviving my interest in the game itself.
2012 Jan 6, 6:15 2011 Dec 23, 6:45 2011 Dec 14, 6:38 2011 Oct 20, 12:00 2011 Apr 8, 2:07
"On average their method gets to within 690 metres of the target and can be as close as 100 metres – good enough to identify the target computer's location to within a few streets.", "When a landmark
machine and the target computer have shared a router, the researchers can compare how long a packet takes to reach each machine from the router; converted into an estimate of distance, this time
difference narrows the search down further."
2010 Dec 6, 12:17
Ye olde DoS: "The Berners Street Hoax was perpetrated by Theodore Hook in the City of Westminster, London, in 1809. Hook had made a bet with his friend, Samuel Beazley, that he could transform any
house in London into the most talked-about address in a week, which he achieved by sending out thousands of letters in the name of Mrs Tottenham, who lived at 54 Berners Street, requesting
deliveries, visitors, and assistance."
2010 May 19, 7:17
A creative-commons released comedy album. Heard him on the Nerdist podcast where he played live several of the songs you'd imagine someone having a tough time playing live. Humorous and is that Weird
Al I hear in Street Meat?
2010 Mar 3, 2:59
'Imagine watching Raging Bull in a dilapidated ring, or Shawshank Redemption in an abandoned prison. That is the concept behind Banksy’s latest stunt, for the UK premiere of his film “Exit Through
the Gift Shop“.'
2010 Feb 19, 3:20
Bing Maps blog post on their integration of Flickr photos onto their street side view. Very cool
2009 Oct 16, 5:34
A few shots of the Hand From Above's internals. It messes with street passers-by on a giant video screen
2009 Oct 11, 11:42
sequelguy posted a photo:
2009 May 19, 1:43
Lovely, although a bit out of my price range. "Formerly the Golden Gate Lutheran Church, this stunning Gothic Revival style building is now one of the most extraordinary and largest single family
homes in San Francisco."
2009 Feb 28, 1:52
sequelguy posted a photo: