I am fascinated by the geeky intersection and overlap in the worlds of art and technology. From the craftsmanship of Skylanders figures to the details of graphic novels, all the way to the gorgeous Mars-rover themed print I bought at World Maker Faire in New York or the detailed costumes seen at cons, many geeks are artisans too.
Twitter user Mohammad Rasul who is a tech enthusiast tweeted: “All the apps deleted from the App Store, does not have any relation to Iranian government! US Sanctions targeting people.”
She was forced to strip pictures of e-mail links after the women posting them started receiving crude messages from fetishists, she said.
Julien Stern, the co-author of the analysis, reports he never even received a lawyer nastygram. “They never contacted me,” he said.
To rid the world of migraines, Eli Lilly has joined forces with a German biotech startup that makes drugs from unusually twisted molecules.
Despite Vice President Al Gore’s televised concession and President-elect George W. Bush’s acceptance, some people think that the presidency is still up for grabs.
“Buying an Internet monitoring service is like buying fire insurance,” said Nancy Sells, vice president of eWatch services. “(Companies) don’t want to be the last to know.”
Photographs from Miller’s Olympic coverage are as inspiring as the athletes’ achievements. His tips could be a blueprint for success to anyone covering track and field, swimming or gymnastics, from seasoned shooters with pro gear to enthusiastic parents with point-and-shoots.
Now those fans are invited to submit their own journeys to feature in a final collaborative video edit. They need to download the Pulse of the City app and then plan a journey through a city which spells out a word or message. Fans can also submit photos and videos of their journeys.
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