THere’s some very interesting reading to be had here . . . . all the different interest and lobby groups are hard at work pushing for or against the proposed changes to Copyright law here in Australia.
Entries from January 30th, 2006
January 30th, 2006 Comments Off on Copyright Review Submissions
January 17th, 2006 Comments Off on Hurricane Archive Museum Site
Center for History and New Media has just launched this. Nice use of Google Maps. The Center for History and New Media, the University of New Orleans in partnership with the National Museum of American History, and Louisiana State Museum recently launched a new digital history project, the Hurricane Digital Memory Bank (http://hurricanearchive.org). I think […]
January 6th, 2006 Comments Off on HCI – Usability and the web summary articles
Useful archive of HCI and usability related ‘quick notes‘ from Human Factors Intl.
January 6th, 2006 Comments Off on Font primer for the screen
Here’s a great introductory article for everyone who is thinking about typography on the screen and how it differs from print. The popular usage of many type styles is primarily due to the fact that many computer users are content to use only the typefaces that come with a particular operating system. The majority of […]
January 4th, 2006 Comments Off on Technorati network mapper
Check out this great visual mapper of connections between blogs or ideas in Technorati.
January 4th, 2006 Comments Off on Search by sketch
RETRIEVR This is an amazing concept that allows you to search images on the Flickr database by sketching a pattern. It’s not very accurate yet but it is still pretty amazing. It seems to recognise colours and basic shapes.