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B-Box DIY: Mash That Up!

May 28, 2010 Leave a comment

Of course all b-box is DIY by nature, you might think. Yes. But how many of us can do it like Scratch Cat or Dave Crowe? Not many I guess. What about those who lack training, practice, or talent, will the b-boxing dream stop right there? Don’t have to. The Incredibox website will provide you the chance to mashup all the percussions, beats, chorus, and voices by just dragging and clicking, to create your own b-box!

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You’ve Got Tweet, from a Cow

May 20, 2010 2 comments

I mean a real cow, not someone use cow as his Twitter ID. And the cow would tweet to you something like ”@AttnPlease: I just squirted 9.4 kgs of milk out of my teats in 4:46 seconds. What did you do today?” Would you respond with ”That’s my girl. Keep up with the good work!” Maybe you will even feel connected when drinking your daily milk?

The scenario is not on paper. Read more…

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I’m on my Knees, Lord Apple! – a Collection of Recent Events

May 13, 2010 1 comment

For a person who loves Apple gadgets/applications and regards them as trend setter, the recent non-humorous events actually amused me.  So here presents the event collection. Please share your view. —  

   

Lord Apple, my mighty king, 

Under your ultimate power we all bend our knees. 

Who is this  Woz’s admirer

dared to show Steve Woz a 3G iPad

though it was after April 3 midnight  1) 

Fire! Fire! 

Gone with the admirer 

Trebling was the legendary Woz with denial: 

‘I was not told it was a 3G!’ 

 

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Monthly Review – April 2010

May 12, 2010 1 comment

I’ll use this Dilbert comic as an opening to the April Review.

Here are the highlights of the topics we’ve been talking about under April.

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Programmers Start to Take Over HR Jobs?

May 11, 2010 2 comments

That sounds quite unlikely by words. However an Australian website Freelancer.com has newly upgraded its web service so that developers can write software to recruit, hire and pay workers on a variety of tasks without human input. The website is normally a marketplace where freelancers meet projects/job posted to be outsourced. Now programs can be written to post job adverts on the site, take on responses, assessing the work result, do the commissioning and pay the works, all automatically.

If you are running such a match-making company for subcontracting, you would probably be Read more…

Never wrong to entertain your customers!

May 4, 2010 31 comments

The Hajime Japanese restaurant is the first restaurant in Bangkok serving its customers shabu-shabu by four samurai-costumed, big-armed and bright-eyed Motoman robots. Customers use a touch screen to order food or have empty dishes taken away. During a work break, the robot will dance to Japanese music to entertain.

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Forever Love – Darth Vader in Various Interpretations

April 29, 2010 2 comments

Star War series is obviously the most popular sci-fi movies of all time. A whole generation grew up with it. For some reason, Darth Vader surpass all Jedi, including the mysterious cute little green master, seems to grasp the heart of the population. Numerous self-made variations around this evil figure have been flourishing in the past decade and there is no sign of getting dried out. The recent MV of ‘Galactic Empire State of Mind’ is yet another fresh example.

The MV is a spoof of Jay-Z and Alicia Key’s billboard popular rap ‘Empire State of Mind’, featuring a nightclub DJ type of Princess Leia and break dancing Stormtroopers, together with a trying-to b-danced clumsy version of our beloved Darth Vader. Read more…