October, 2008

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October, 2008

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    Virtual Earth in full view

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    Now this is a way to view Virtual Earth – talk about an immersive experience.  I would like to see how WorldWide Telescope would look on this display… PDC2008 ShowOff Entry: Multi-channel Virtual Earth Multi-channel Virtual Earth Description This...
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    .NetMap @ Harvard

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    Marc Smith gave a (Excel) .NetMap online tutorial at Harvard this morning hosted by David Lazar of the Harvard Kennedy School - Program on Networked Governance .  The slides and recording will be available at http://www.hks.harvard.edu/netgov Online...
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    PDC watch remotely – Great News

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    This is really good to hear…being able to watch some of the PDC sessions remotely.  I’m looking forward to tuning in. PDC @ Home With the current global crisis some of us will not be able to attend PDC this year due to different reasons however the...
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    DataDepot – Blogging, Visualize, and Engage with your Data

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    Looking for a way to interact around data – take a look at the MSR DataDepot , a place to communicate around datasets – essentially bringing together the idea of blogging/wikis and scientific data.  I especially like the idea of mixing and matching...
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    Blogging in Real Ink – electronic notebook?

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    Earlier this year I stumbled upon Adapx’s Capturx™  for Microsoft® Office OneNote® – which is a digital pen that captures what you write and then you can upload to OneNote.  So you get all the benefits of Paper and Ink (quick boot time :-),...
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    Asus Windows CE PND sports heads-up display

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    I can’t wait to see one of these in action in person…I’m willing to beta test :-) Asus announced a "revolutionary" Windows CE PND (personal navigation device)  that projects directions, speed, and other information onto a car windshield...
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    HPC - MPI.NET 1.0 Is Now Released...!

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    PhilPen has posted that the folks at Indiana University have released MPI.NET: High Performance C# library for Message Passing .  The runtime and source code are available for download as well as a Tutorial .  This should make it much easier...
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    Touchless

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    Touchless is a fun and very cool release available from Office Labs – all you need is a webcam and some objects to use as pointers/markers… check it out. Touchless Touchless enables touch without touching by using a webcam to track color based markers...
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