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This is mostly because of my fascination with GPS enabled games, which raise the chance of physically bumping in to some stranger who you’ve just been battling with. That, and a resource system reminiscent of M.U.L.E. (yes, I’m old), must make for an interesting social laboratory on the programmer’s end.
|00:40||Own This World by Big Nerds In Disguise. For GPS enabled iPhones.|
|06:20||TapForms by Brendan Duddridge. For iPhone and iPod Touches.|
|10:56||ZoweeTV presented by Ronald Domes.|
|18:00||Tynt presented by Shawn Abbott. For content rich websites.|
|21:22||VidClipper’s presented by Reg Cheramy. For the iPad.|
I’ve created a corporate video for Calgary based Chaordix which briefly describes crowdsourcing.
The creation of this video was an example of client fast feedback loops enabled by posting iterations of a video to a private video host. While working on each iteration of the video, the previous iteration was uploading to Blip.TV.
Prior to upgrading to a 64-bit OS (Win7x64), there was a noticeable hit in PC performance while simultaneously rendering and editing. But now with 7 GB RAM, and 4 CPU, I can edit, render (and of course upload) at the same time. Good workflow.
DemoCampCalgary is where programmers and startups can expose their work to Calgarians, and put out an open call for various forms of assistance. Feedback? Beta testers? Looking for seed capital? A DemoCamp is just what the doctor ordered!
(Doctor Gordon James McDowell not a licensed physician, but can still fix your stiff spine with a quick twis… oh sorry. Can’t feel your legs? I’d better get you to a hospital.)
Head to BarCampCalgary.com to find out when & where the next BarCamp is going down in Calgary.
Shortly after the economy tanked, when people lost the spring in their step and life’s soundtrack became an endless loop of O Fortuna… MJ gave a lecture.
“Your landlord doesn’t want your stock, Safeway doesn’t want your stock. They like cash.” -MJ