December 2009

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Last day of 2009. How was it?

For me (us) it has been a great year. It all started in December 2008. Nuria got a new job at The Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. A considerable jump in her career in a place where most of us would love to work for what they do, which is to save […]

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Having your first baby? Here some gear you might want to consider

As you have noticed we had our first baby, kai, last 8th of December, so today 31st December he is 23 days old. I would like to share my experience on the gear I think we have and what I think.

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Concept Motorcycles: 20 Bad-Ass Bikes To Hope For In 2010

Lean, mean and sometimes even green, concept motorcycles often make us want to head out on the highway and look for adventure. These bikes may not be quite ready to tear up the road as we zoom into the wind, but we wish they would move from concept to reality very soon! As we take a […]

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TuneUp

TuneUp is a tool that will allow clean up your itunes digital music collections which are probably a mess… rename tracks like track01, add the cover, album and so… and automatically. I did posted previously about another one: pollux but looks it does not work anymore….

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Google Goggles brings visual search to Android; Favorite Places brings QR codes to restaurant reviews

Looks like Google’s been busy on the camera tip lately — not only is it launching a new QR code-based Favorite Places mobile search product today, it’s also demoing Google Goggles, a visual search app that generates local results from analyzing mobile phone images. Favorite Places isn’t super-complicated, but it sounds like it’ll be pretty […]

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Kai having a bath

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Plug

Meysam Movahedi’s latest concept certainly isn’t the first revolutionary tweak to the tried-and-true power outlet, but it’s easily one of our favorites. Put simply, the Rambler Socket is an in-wall box that contains 1.5 meters of extra cabling along with a traditional AC outlet. Granted, you’ll need a pretty deep wall to make something like […]

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Merry Christmas…eve!!

Just to wish you a very merry Christmas eve! I’ll be celebrating it with Nuria, Kai and Nuria’s Mum, Dad, Brother and Brother’s girlfriend. For the first time not with my family (Mum, Brother, Grandma…) I wish you all the best!!

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what were they thinking?

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Blippy: what are your friends buying?

Blippy is a fun and easy way to see and discuss the things people are buying. Automatically share your favorite purchases from iTunes, Amazon, Zappos, Visa, MasterCard, and more. It is now in beta but interesting idea on a twitter like website.

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Google Insights for Search

http://google.com/insights/search/ See what the people is searching for With Google Insights for Search, you can compare search volume patterns across specific regions, categories, time frames and properties. See examples of how you can use Google Insights for Search. Categories Narrow data to specific categories, like finance, health, and sports. Examples: Top Newspapers in the UK […]

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The Secret Life of Everyday Things: Art by Terry Border

When we go to bed at night, are the contents of our refrigerators, utility shelves and medicine cabinets throwing wild parties, getting amorous, acting out plays and engaging in cannibalism?  Maybe not, but it’s fun to imagine them getting up to all kinds of mischief behind closed doors, and that’s exactly what a photo series […]

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Christmas Lights

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Amazing Audio: 40 Sexy Speakers & Sweet System Designs

Home speakers were once ugly, boxy things that you hid away from sight because they did nothing for your décor. But smart designers have been working to make the home audio speaker an attractive part of whatever room it’s in, and some of their designs are positively unbelievable. The Grand Enigma (image via: Dvice) The Grand […]

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Google launches real-time search

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