ENTRIES TAGGED "screencasts"

Four short links: 3 October 2013

Four short links: 3 October 2013

USB in Cars, Capture Presentations, Amazon Redshift, and Polytweeting

  1. Hyundia Replacing Cigarette Lighters with USB Ports (Quartz) — sign of the times. (via Julie Starr)
  2. Freeseerfree, open source, cross-platform application that captures or streams your desktop—designed for capturing presentations. Would you like freedom with your screencast?
  3. Amazon Redshift: What You Need to Know — good write-up of experience using Amazon’s column database.
  4. GroupTweetAllow any number of contributors to Tweet from a group account safely and securely. (via Jenny Magiera)
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Four short links: 2 February 2010 Four short links: 2 February 2010

Four short links: 2 February 2010

Physical UIs, Code Visualization, Money Money Money, and Educational Screencasts

  1. Phones That Touch Us (TEDxBerlin) — excellent short (<5m) talk about ways that mobile phones can be designed to convey information in new ways. (via RussB on Twitter)
  2. Code Cityan integrated environment for software analysis, in which software systems are visualized as interactive, navigable 3D cities. The classes are represented as buildings in the city, while the packages are depicted as the districts in which the buildings reside. The visible properties of the city artifacts depict a set of chosen software metrics. (via mikeloukides on Twitter)
  3. Subscriptions Are the New Black (Dave McClure) — high-octane rant that boils down to “deliver a good product, charge a fair price”. Nobody tell 37Signals, they’ll be pissed to discover they’ve been on the wrong track for all this time. Oh wait …
  4. Khan Academy — not a Star Trek spinoff but a collection of easy-to-understand science, maths, and economics instructional YouTube screencasts. (via Jon Udell)
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