I knew I was neglecting my blog in 2012, but I did not realize just how much until I received WordPress’ year in review for 2012 (Feel free to take a peek at it). The line that stopped me dead was “In 2012, there was 1 new post”. Sure enough – one post it was.
Well, this . . . → Read More: Oops: there goes the blog in 2012
Recipe and cooking apps are aplenty, but it is hard to use an app while cooking and having wet or dirty hands. This may not be a big deal to experienced cooks, but for the beginners it is a catch 22. They want to follow the recipe, but get lost between steps, timing and multiple . . . → Read More: Talk me through the menu – recipe app idea
I listen to a lot of podcasts on many different topics. Most of them have nothing in common – except for one thing: they butcher the names of people (cough JavaPosse cough) Those mispronounced names could be of people sending comments, of known people in the community or just some other strangers.
Seems like . . . → Read More: Say your name – idea for podcasters
I am frustrated. I know my corpus (resolutions of the United Nations General Assembly) shares a lot in common with biomedical and legal domain. And I can find interesting articles in biomedical domain dealing with similar issues of complex tokenization, long named entity mentions (though mine are much longer), etc. But I see nothing in . . . → Read More: Where are all legal computational linguistics resources?
Photos are inherently-social event markers. We take pictures to remember an occasion and – often – people who were present with us at that point. While most of the photographs are not looked at more than once or twice, the more popular ones become very important in our history.
The same does not . . . → Read More: Viewfinder Friends – idea for Facebook application
Many people come to the foreign countries and feel lost/confused traveling around and/or getting services. If possible, they like to go places with a local friend who will point out the best features, explain how things work and/or translate the requests into the local language. This is a service for those who do . . . → Read More: “Your local friend” – business idea for travellers
I usually suck at Velentine’s day presents. This year, however, I may have just killed several birds with one stone and impressed my wife too.
It all started a couple of months ago, when I noticed ever more frequent mentions of internet telephony becoming a very big thing. I have dutifully subscribe to a couple . . . → Read More: Love calls over the IP network
What could one do with a portable hard-drive that can be connected to wirelessly? And with software API to boot. More than one can think!
Robert Scoble has a video interview with a Seagate exec about D.A.V.E/DAVE, the new device they are releasing in the coming months. It is envisaged to be an external storage . . . → Read More: Where is D.A.V.E – uses for portable wireless storage devices