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Apple to do for video what they did for music?

Could well be. Like the author of this article states and I myself have pondered several times, it seems an inevitability. Now with Apple incorporating the new and vastly superior H.264/AVC video format into their new operating system, it seems even more of an inevitability that Apple will build a video version of iTunes…

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Science & Physics

Life’s top 10 greatest inventions

Life is an amazing thing. However often some of us bemoan the monotony of our brief, fleeting existence, we are the privileged byproduct of an amazing lineage of creatures that have lived out their lives in the ignorant, yet no-less important goal of giving rise to the likes of you and me. And out of […]

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Really bad design versus very good programming

Originally posted on Always-On As a designer and a programmer, I get to see things from a pretty unique position. And as a business owner, my view is sometimes a lofty one, coloured by the varying issues that I need to keep in mind when engaging in a project. Within each project, there is a […]

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Blogging Communication

Move along now, there’s nothing to see

I’ve heard a lot of people talking about ‘blogging and the suggestion that it’s the true emancipation of the decimation of information. While that might sound like some lyric from a 80’s protest rap song, it’s certainly covers some of the positives of ‘blogging. With an opinion and a ‘blog, someone can publicize their thoughts […]

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Tech’ news in brief…

Windmills in the Sky: “Australian engineer Bryan Roberts wants to build a power station in the sky — a cluster of flying windmills soaring 15,000 feet in the air — but is having trouble raising enough money to get the project off the ground. After 25 years of research, Roberts has designed a helicopter-like rotorcraft […]