4. August 2004

Die Usenet-Laws. Hat sich viel getan. Das ist inzwischen fast schon ein Nomic.

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martin, 19:50 #

Interview mit Mario Sixtus "Mein Blog ist ein permanentes Lebenszeichen" im hier schon verlinkten Dossier von onlinejournalismus.de. Via Alexander.

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martin, 18:21 #

Flemming Funch: The little book on how to do anything

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martin, 15:59 #

Strange Attractor: DNS snafu leads Orkut confusion

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martin, 15:37 #

Johnnie Moore: Lovemarks panned again

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martin, 15:35 #


Bill Gates: "In the area of machine translation, we've been running some interesting experiments where we take our support databases and have half of them hand translated and half of them machine translated. And what we're seeing when we did that, taking English articles and putting them in Spanish, is that the satisfaction was every bit as high for the machine-translated articles."

[langreiter.com simple plainness]

(Mal ein Posting mit der Kombination RSS Bandit & w.bloggar. Gefällt mir nicht wirklich. Ich wünschte ich könnte das Template selbst bestimmen.)

Die Blogosphere, Hort niveauvoller politischer Diskussionen. Lachen, weinen oder verdrängen?

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martin, 12:30 #

Moses Pelham Weblog (via Moe)

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martin, 12:21 #

Heiko Hebig: America Is Safer Now

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martin, 12:14 #

KnowledgeBoard: the European Knowledge Management (KM) Community - Who's Who - Adeleke Ashiru - Block 461 flat 2 amuwo odofin
mile 2 estate lagos,Nigeria.

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martin, 12:02 #

Rick's Café Canadien Blog for the graduate studies program in Educational Communications and Technology at the University of Saskatchewan. Stellenausschreibungen, Konferenzankündigungen und anderes.

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martin, 11:34 #

EmoteMail relates contextual cues to each paragraph. The prototype uses a camera and a timer as sensor inputs to capture additional information relating to the paragraph. Reminiscent of the commonly used smileys, the EmoteMail client annotates every paragraph with a small black and white thresholded image of the face of the writer. Each paragraph also includes a background colour representing how much time the paragraph took to compose. (via Thomas Burg)

See also: Augenkontakt.

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martin, 10:43 #

Jan Schmidt: "Do the Gartenbürgermeister"

martin, 10:38 #