Christina Stephens, aka AmputeeOT made an amazing time-lapse of building her own Lego prosthetic leg. [wp_youtube]W8fdXNN0irI[/wp_youtube] via MAKE
Today marks the anniversary of my accident. 30 years ago my life changed. I mark the anniversary of it because I’m thankful. Thankful for every day I get, every day I wake up. It’s life people and it’s precious. Whatever form it comes to you. Celebrate!
A couple months back I was contacted to see if I could give some input for an ABC Radio National program segment on Second life, disability and education. My input was focused around barriers to access to technology generally and from my Lifekludger perspective. Also touched on the importance of technology forContinue reading “Lifekludger on ABC Radio – Second life, disability & education”
Nomad Brush is a unique paintbrush for the iPad that features soft, flexible bristles made from a blend of natural and conductive fibers. Nomad Brush + iPad from Don Lee on Vimeo. The makers say “This simple and elegant design makes it a perfect tool for drawing and painting on the iPad”. I’d be interestedContinue reading “Nomad Brush – A Paintbrush for iPad”
cost of privacy inversion point Originally uploaded by dnwallace sam lessin via http://www.buzzmachine.com/2010/08/05/the-price-of-privacy/my Interesting to compare Linda Stone’s 20yr cycle date of 2005.
Doc Searls Weblog · Context is King “What matters is context. I’m tired of having companies guess at what my context is. I know what my contexts are. I know how they change. I want my own ways of changing contexts, and of informing services of what those contexts are. In some cases I don’tContinue reading “Context Redux”
Interesting bit from an article in the New York Times about self-tracking – this bit rang a bell in my head around humanity / culture driving technology creation to fulfil its desires. NYT Article One of the reasons that self-tracking is spreading widely beyond the technical culture that gave birth to it is that weContinue reading “NYT on finding ourself in the cloud”
As an ex Motor Mechanic, this is neat. Real time video of inside a combustion chamber. Dave
Okay. That’s it. I’ve had enough of seeing this message in iTunes that makes no sense every time I’m in my Podcasts area. It seems a couple versions ago someone decided at Apple that we never actually listen to audio podcasts anymore. No folks, that’s just not allowed. How uncouth. Don’t you know that sinceContinue reading “iTunes menu makes no sense – Is Apple paying attention?”