March 30, 2005
i made some short films on the "wishlist" for amazon a while back - nothing to do with the previous post.
they are pretty hard to find - located on your amazon wishlist page on the right hand column at the bottom...
direct links (WMV):
March 29, 2005
this contest is a bit under the radar but the prize money is massive: $50,000...its open to anyone who wants to submit and will be judged by the public.
March 26, 2005
twaeked the beta version of the game to make it faster and have proper levels - only 7 so far...no notification yet - it just happens...please let keep giving me feedback and ideas...
March 24, 2005
playing with a concept for a game that makes you act ridiculous while you play...
very early version...any feedback would be great:
March 19, 2005
in one sentence:
it felt like a bunch of surfers patting each other on the back, congratulating one another for pushing the waves closer to shore.
March 16, 2005
so...back from sxsw. hadn't heard much about it before i left beyond the music portion of the festival.
meeting these people:
mark miller of stretch daily : creative exercise
curt cloninger of lab404 awaits
catching up with these people:
jason kottke of kottke.org :: home of fine hypertext products
alex stefan of WorldChanging: Another World Is Here
March 9, 2005
March 7, 2005
March 6, 2005
in the "experimental" category.
you can vote for yer favorite here
March 5, 2005
i'll be down in austin this weekend and next week for the sxsw interactive fest. any of you austonians know good dive bars to go to?
here's a quick way to feel insignificant...
this is the creepiest thing i've seen in a long time...from boingboing.net
Posted by zefrank at 2:35 PM
great micro-gesture project :)
Posted by zefrank at 2:32 PM
a bit of a rip-off of Don Hertzfeld's Rejection movie...but entertaining nonetheless..
Posted by zefrank at 2:18 PM
very interesting NOVA movie. let the metaphors to technology begin.
March 3, 2005
speaking for the charlotte aiga this eve. if you are in town stop by...at the dunhill.
March 2, 2005
O'Reilly just released Make Magazine in both print and in online space. O'Reilly himself was out at TED taking some pics of the scribbler robot, and might include it in an upcoming issue.
First we learn that Vioxx increases the risk of heart attacks. Now, we learn that Merck may have had research, as early as 2000, that uncovered these problems, but didn’t make it known to the public. It is time to end this secrecy. Lives depend on it.nks, Bill!)
Legislators have just introduced a bill--The Fair Access to Clinical Trials Act (FACT Act)--to require drug companies to make public all the results of their clinical trials so we’ll know about potentially harmful side effects. And Congress must create an independent office of drug safety in the Food and Drug Administration to ensure quick action is taken when safety concerns are raised.
March 1, 2005
- from Core77