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Le Centre de Vulgarisation de la Connaissance de l’UniversitÃ© Paris-Sud a rÃ©alisÃ© pour l’INRIA un abÃ©cÃ©daire de l’informatique pour expliquer en quelques mots au grand public ses domaines de recherche. Le thÃ¨me choisi pour la lettre U est “Utilisateur”. Mais le texte offre une vision assez rÃ©ductrice des recherches actuelles : U comme Utilisateur : [...]
There’s also a french version for those of us who happen to teach that kind of things…
Try Shimo! From the Web site: “The initial reason for the development of Shimo was the lousy software implementation of the Cisco VPNClient for MacOS. Shimo wants to do it the MacOS way: That means to reduce the interface to the important features and integrate it right into the user interface of the OS.” I [...]
According to Xconomy, Mitsubishi Electric is closing its Cambridge labs.
We make money not art has a story about Finn Magee‘s work at the RCA, which includes a flat light (a poster showing a picture of a lamp that actually works as a lamp) and a flat clock. This is great. It also reminds me of one of Douglas Coupland’s Microserfs characters who decides to [...]
TubeMogul allows you to publish a video on multiple sharing sites at the same time (e.g. Google Video, Yahoo!, YouTube) and later get aggregated access data. Has anyone tried this thing? Is anyone willing to try it?
Last Monday, the Liberation Web site talked about Chris Harrison‘s work on Information Visualization, including two projects related to Wikipedia. How come these people always talk about what’s happening there, and not here? The poor quality of this Web site might explain why…
The N1 Vision wireless router has an embedded screen that displays the network’s speed, bandwidth usage and the status of the connected devices. The NetMeter finally comes to us…
Grip: a one take music video with professional trampoline gymnasts simulating typical video effects.