First Tablet

In honor of Apple’s new tablet device, the iPad, it’s useful to reflect on what may have been the first tablet ever. The telautograph used a motorized pen to transfer […]

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Market Segmentation Quantum Mechanics

Oftentimes I have been asked, do you think there is a market for this? Will people want this? The underlying question is not whether or a product has a demand, […]

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Me and Bre

I first knew about Bre Pettis when he was busy making Weekend Projects with Makezine. He has since moved on to making History Channel science pilots and starting a company […]

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Apple iSlate

The net is buzzing with the possible advent of an Apple slate slated to be announced at the end of January. Apple has never satisfied my netbook drive after producing […]

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Cisco’s CEO John Chambers

Cisco CEO, John Chambers, has a leadership view that disperses leadership decisions across organizations. Instead of “command and control,” Mr. Chambers spoke of a corporate landscape in which large companies […]

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Storage Metrics

List of Several different Storage Metrics Picture is the first known mechanical computer known as the Antikythera mechanism built in 150-100BC. It was recovered in 1901 from an ancient Grecian […]

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CES in 3D

The lights dimmed in JVC’s mini theater at this year’s Consumer Electronic Show and the million-dollar projection system kicked into gear. My sight became enfused with a Japanese pagoda set […]

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Pico Projector Goodness

There were several handheld projectors at CES. The Pico Projector stood out among others. It uses a simple laser to gague the distance to the screen which keeps the image […]

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