Category Archives: General
Computer Chronicles > Artificial Intelligence How far we have come. This video has some shots of old symbolics machines and Dr. McCarthy answering really bad questions on Lisp and AI.
A 2002 essay by Guy Steele, one of the inventors of Scheme, admitting that objects are not a bad concept. It is always good to keep this in mind to contrast with Paul Graham and (many other Lispers) position on … Continue reading
Paul Graham did one of his essays on how Yahoo lost it. From my perspective, it is purely about success. Too much of it will kill a company. At that point in time (mid to late 90’s), Yahoo had some … Continue reading
This one feature will probably enable google to become significantly more relevant in the social networking space. Address book or contact management innovation here is long overdue.
a little late on this, but good geek entertainment holds up for months I Use Couch DB from Couchio on Vimeo.
This video has been floating around and finally steve said it was worth watching. He is right. Kind of a cool story told in video of the Atari 2600 ET Creator talking about the creation of some of the games. … Continue reading
Just recently, Gmail launched a new feature which I find indispensable. The big new feature is ‘inline images’. This is the ability to drag a picture right into the content area of an email. Prior to this, if you wanted … Continue reading