RENMELEON

TechnoGeek

Geeking out

Just found out about a new gizmo with android called Bloglovin. There are a few compilation blogs that I follow – like Pikaland, Swiss-Miss, and Parcel Post – so it was easy to pool my favorites into Bloglovin so I could pull them up on my phone. There have been…

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I’m drooling…

They finally did it. They, in this case, being Paper Source and they have an at-home, tabletop Letterpress Machine! I have several projects that I have been researching printers for, all Letterpress, and there was no way I could afford it, so they have sat collecting dust instead of bolstering…

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Zooomr vs Flickr

I’ve been a hardcore Flickr fan for quite some time but am hearing a lot of hype about Zooomr, Flickr’s newest competitor… Decided to check it out and posted a test photo there. Say hi. :) The only real difference between Flickr and Zoomr that I can see is that:…

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Zooomr vs Flickr

I’ve been a hardcore Flickr fan for quite some time but am hearing a lot of hype about Zooomr, Flickr’s newest competitor… Decided to check it out and posted a test photo there. Say hi. :) The only real difference between Flickr and Zoomr that I can see is that:…

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The US is taking over the world

Wired News posted a very interesting article. Though I am a US citizen, I have always tried to keep a somewhat non-ecocentric view of things. I admittedly find this article very disturbing.

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An experiment in frustration

Recently found this through another blog. A designer’s exit project from a University in Germany; it is not a research company and states as such in the imprint at bottom right. [ http://www.dontclick.it/ ] The site is VERY well done; well thought out and accurately executed. I wouldn’t even attempt…

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Forums vs the Blog

This was actually my first posting but I am still getting use to this. I think I will follow the advice in Rebecca’s Pocket … don’t post anything you have to edit. Forums were the rage for the longest time, now to be replaced by blogs. Well, replaced may not…

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