Dell pushes the upper echelons of netbookitude with the Mini 10. It’s a little laptop whose Atom processor marks it as a populist ultraportable, but whose 10-inch, wide-format display and HDMI port reveal more aristocratic ambitions. Want to catch the last episode of Battlestar Galactica while hanging out in the local java joint? Going to […]
I’ll be a guest speaker at Racepoint Group, a PR firm, during the lunch hour today. I’ll be talking about a few things Here’s what I planned on talking about. For what I actually said, see this summary by Caroline Kawashima: Dylan Tweney visits Racepoint. If I get a chance, I’ll try to flesh some […]
A new language from MIT’s Media Lab makes it easy for kids to develop programs that interact with things in the real world: Pencils, paper, water, and even vegetables.
I’m speaking tonight at the Green Arcade in San Francisco (1680 Market St. @ Gough, 7pm) together with Karl Olson, an attorney with Levy, Ram & Olson who specializes in media law. The topic of our talk is online journalism and the first amendment. Here are some notes for what I’d like to talk about. […]