A great list by Geva Perry...reminder that I must talk about clouds more.
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Wow, I got an email from Alltop last night telling me my blog has been added to tech.alltop.com – not sure how that happened but I’m not complaining. Does this mean I now get to meet with Guy Kawasaki and my traffic triples overnight? Well, probably not but I’m jolly pleased all the same.
thanks to whoever suggested me!
Scott Adams has been leaning over my shoulder again…
I had the pleasure of both attending and presenting at Thinking Digital earlier this year in Gateshead. Herb and his team delivered one of the best events I’ve ever attended or spoken at and I met some wonderful folks like Tara Hunt and Dan Lyons.
Well they’re at it again and Thinking Digital is scheduled for May 14-15 2009. It’s modeled on TED and does a great job of learning from that event. It’s a conference on technology, ideas and our future.
They have some great speakers lined up already and I know they have many more in progress so I’m expecting an outstanding event again.
I’ll be there…hope to see you there too!
Interesting to see the Live Labs guys still using the name Seadragon which is knows as DeepZoom when in Silverlight. Anyway, Gary pointed me to his pos “Software on a Cloud” today which talks about yesterday’s announcement that you can now embed that DeepZoom goodness direct in to a web page – Seadragon Ajax. What does that mean? Well think about it this way…
I did a post a while back about the commercial potential of DeepZoom using Paul Smith as an example customers. That was quickly hacked together by me and if you click the link above you can see the original where I suggest this technology could revolutionise the online buying experience, especially for stuff like clothes, shoes and such where you want to see the detail.
With Seadragon AJAX, it’s now a 2 minute job for me to create the experience below
That my friends is magical software. Magic I tell you.
Wouldn’t you love it if every online store had this? I know I would