Monday, July 28, 2008

Little House on the Trailer

Modeled after an early 20th century house, but small enough to put on wheels and move around, this little house has everything.

Compact kitchen
Incinerating toilet
6,000 BTU propane space heater
Recycled fir featured throughout
Outdoor hot shower with on demand hot water

What a nice 'little' country retreat!
Designed in Pt. Reyes Station

Fresh Air :: Michael Gazzaniga

The show talks with neuroscientist Michael Gazzaniga, director of the University of California-Santa Barbara's SAGE Center for the Study of the Mind. One of the pioneers of split-brain research, he's been studying the way the left and right brain work individually for 45 years. Gazzaniga also serves on the President's Council on Bioethics. His new book is 'Human: The Science Behind What Makes Us Unique.'"

Friday, July 25, 2008

Welcome to Hiveminder! - Hiveminder

Offloading things from the brain ...and on to other brains...

If you're like us, you forget half of the things you're supposed to be doing because you spend time trying really hard to remember the other half. Hiveminder lets you take your mind off getting things done so that you actually just do them. Let us show you around!

Below is a To Do List - where all of the tasks in your Hiveminder account hang out. It's kind of like your email 'inbox.' Check out some of the features below by mousing over the numbers in the blue circles."

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Geocode Photos and Create Google Maps or Export KML and KMZ Files to Google Earth

I still want a gps camera, but...

"You don't need a Digital Camera with a built-in GPS!

RoboGEO v5.4What's new in RoboGEO v5.4

You need RoboGEO, a 'software only' solution for geocoding photos with latitude and longitude information.

It provides the same functionality as a GPS camera, but without the bulk, expense, inconvenience, and hassle of wiring the two together.

And, for less money, RoboGEO does a LOT more..."

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Liam’s Alaskan Adventure | Ke Nalu

I need to know more about that inflatable ULI. In many ways it makes more sense than the Pope Trisect SUP. Liam's account is amazing in any case.

Liam Wilmot of C4 Waterman submitted this interesting story of an Alaskan SUP adventure using a ULI inflatable SUP board.

–ALASKA June 6th. Field Report.

Being a surfer in a surf-orientated family that lives on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii, a trip to Alaska in the middle of summer may seem a strange choice of destination. However, with the onset of stand up paddling and its potential to make any day on any body of water a blast, a trip to the land of 10,000 glaciers with a sun that never set promised to be a real adventure."

Monday, July 14, 2008

O'Reilly Radar - Insight, analysis, and research about emerging technologies

Related to "Predictably Irrational" and ____. Worth looking at columns for clues to upcoming book.

David Brooks gave a talk last week in Aspen that inspired me and that I can't stop thinking about. Note that it comes in three parts. His book is due to come out in the fall of 2009."