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Indulgences & Seigniorage

November 27, 2009

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(Note: My thoughts on this aren’t completely formed, but I felt it important to record as a start to the formalization process…)Trolling through TED.com, I came across Jay Walker’s presentation about his Library of Human Imagination. One of the artifacts he displayed during his talk was a Gutenberg Bible (about 90 seconds into the video) […]

Sixth Sense Computing – Pranav Mistry on TED.com

November 26, 2009

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Working from the in-laws basement this week and took a little retreat time to watch a few TED.com videos. If you want to get blown away by things like dialing cell phone by touching your fingers or seeing if you flight is on time by looking at your boarding pass, this is for you. (And […]

Linked Data – Tim Berners-Lee

November 9, 2009

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On the business side of life, there’s been an active discussion this weekend about a new initiative led by the National Association of Realtors called the REALTORS® Property Resource (RPR) which is designed to provide a national property data exchange for agents to provide to clients. Yes, snooze-fest if you’re not in the real estate […]