Don’t you live in the US? Would you like to watch hulu, abc, and other US TV shows online? Well, every time more, more websites are IP based, so if your IP does not fall under a specific country, you cannot access the content. You could solve this by going to the preferences of your […]
(from dailymail) At first glance, it looks as if some natural disaster has shaken away the walls of these buildings to reveal architecture hidden for thousands of years. And at second and third glance, it looks like that too. But these spectacular images are not the unexpected result of an earthquake. Treasure trove: An […]
(from weburbanist) Ad-agencies are finding it more and more difficult today to get through to the average consumer, and marketing saturation only grows with every year. It’s for that reason that guerrilla ad-campaigns are becoming so prevalent in the industry. Here we take a look at some of the recent, most effective and ingeniously simple […]
Written by Jolie O’Dell (www.readwriteweb.com) DataDyne‘s EpiSurveyor program, funded by the United Nations Foundation and the Vodafone Foundation, has been implementing mobile technology to track and contain disease in developing nations since 2007. In a recent and potentially devastating polio outbreak in Kenya, EpiSurveyor’s new mobile platform was used to track virus carriers and immunize affected children. The campaign targeted around 2 million […]
Always wanted to have photoshop or software to edit photos? Well, photoshop is very expensive, heavy and very difficult to use. On previous posts I have mentioned several “cloud” software. I do like the “cloud” approach. For those who are not familiar with the term, it would basically mean that you run programs on your […]
This is an open question. I am trying to broadcast with Stickam and Ustream from a location that apparently has the port 1935 closed. This plus probably a private ip. I tried and skype video goes through, but skype is clever and can go over http if necessary. Stickam and ustream use a flash application where […]
Silicon, OEM, Cable and Content Partners Embrace Adobe Flash Platform for Televisions, Set-Top Boxes and Blu-Ray Players So, basically, Flash available on new TV sets. Endless possibilities. Click here to see the press release.
Worried about Swine Flu? Keep this links at hand: Official news on the WHO website: http://www.who.int/csr/don/en/ Online map: http://healthmap.org/en And a very nice wiki that people can update regularly (best resource): http://flu.wikia.com/wiki/Flu_Wiki And real time google maps: Google maps Swine Flu