When I first wrote about Aaron Swartz’s unfinished nervous nerd novel, Bubble City, I had just been through chapter 1 and 2. But at the Dallas International Airport, waiting for the London connection on December 22 I had no choice but quickly finish the other 9 chapters posted so far under the pressure of the… Continue reading The Bubble City Experience: a contemporary paranerd classic
What’s the best thing to do if Google wants track you down and you are “a geek, the kind of person who searched Google every time a thought passed through his head”. Well, Aaron Swartz‘s nervous nerd novel, Bubble City (I summarize my thoughts on it in the next post) has a geeky algorithm to… Continue reading How to get rid of the Google Eye according to Bubble City: Scroogle and Tor
Another comment turns to blog post to make it more visible: Following my post on science.TV, Matt Thurling, founder explained the concept of it in a lengthy comment, that sheds light on the ins and outs of science.TV (emphasis added by me): Although science.tv has been some three years in the making, we’re still in… Continue reading Matt Thurling on the concept of science.TV
science.TV is one amongst the newest actors of the online video sharing marketplace, based in Bristol, UK. As Matt Thurling, founder says: “My vision for science.tv is simply to provide the best possible set of tools to enable interaction via video between the science community. My definition of the science community is probably broader than… Continue reading science.TV joins the club but exactly which?
At least I know what I will read on the plane over at the Atlantic tomorrow back to old Europe: Bubble City by Aaron Swartz. What by who? Bubble city is a blog tech novel with chapters as posts. The story takes place in San Francisco and in Silicon Valley around a startup called Newsflip… Continue reading My transatlantic air reading: Bubble City, a blog novel by Aaron Swartz
The web is small and the Linux freak, Forbes-driven Fake Steve Jobs would like to participate in the “Give One Get One” program in which people can donate an XO laptop to a child in the developing world and receive one. I guess that’s the reason why he published our XO unwrapping video on his… Continue reading Dan 1 minute of Fake Jobs Lyons wants to donate an XO laptop to get one