Archive for March, 2010

Life Stream Digest as of March 28th

028th Mar 2010Quickbits

Listened to 16 songs. Alkaline Trio – Dine, Dine My Darling (Acoustic) Alkaline Trio – Piss An Vinegar Alkaline Trio – Fine Alkaline […]

Life Stream Digest as of March 21st

021st Mar 2010Quickbits

Checked in 23 times. SXSW Interactive Trade Show Drake Bridge Courtyard Marriott Hilton Austin Hotel Casa Chapala Hilton Austin Hotel Austin Convention Center […]

Life Stream Digest as of March 14th

014th Mar 2010Quickbits

RT @sarahannlindsay: I’m liking cineplex’s liveblog of the #oscars better than the program [fuzzz] RT @modernmod: I so miss John Hughes stories. […]

SXSW 2010 – Cross Device Accessibility: Is This For Real?

014th Mar 2010SXSW2010

Does the one-size-fits-all approach of “One Web” meet the needs of all groups of web users, as web content becomes more complicated? We […]

SXSW 2010 – What If Your Phone Had 5 Senses?

014th Mar 2010SXSW2010

The phone in your pocket has the sense of sight (camera), sound (microphone), touch and location (still working on taste and smell). Through […]

SXSW 2010 – What Can Carl Sagan Teach Us About The Web?

013th Mar 2010SXSW2010

2010 is the 30th anniversary of Carl Sagan’s Cosmos: A Personal Voyage. Not only is his explanation of our universe relevant today, it […]

SXSW 2010 – View Source Has A Posse

013th Mar 2010SXSW2010

“View source” is a feature of all modern browsers that few people use, and that more probably wouldn’t miss if it disappeared. Still, […]

SXSW 2010 – Mobile Web and APIs (W3C Standards)

013th Mar 2010SXSW2010

“This will follow-on from the “Browser Wars” panels of the past few years. I propose to this year focus on an important shift […]

SXSW 2010 – Re-Inventing the Wheel: Sketching your own IA Process

013th Mar 2010SXSW2010

It’s the start of a new project. You’ve got requirements, guidelines, data, research. Now what? Like an artist staring at a blank canvas, […]

Life Stream Digest as of March 7th

07th Mar 2010Quickbits

Really enjoyed The Crazies… caveat – I love Zombie movies and this was a pretty decent "proto-zombie" take on the genre. #romero [fuzzz] […]