Skip to content →

Bookmarks for 2012-10-01

  • ‘MindMeld’ app anticipates people’s needs
    "A voice calls application called MindMeld to be available this month promises to know what iPad users want before they do. The application, named for the way the character Spock melded minds with other beings in hit classic science fiction television series "Star Trek," analyzes conversations in real-time to anticipate speakers' desires."
    (tags:apps comp comms contextual voice )
  • A Sound Awareness: Kindred Of The Kibbo Kift
    "The Kibbo Kift were an early 'open air' social movement founded by John Hargrave in 1920. Hargrave’s aim was to encourage “outdoor education, the learning of handicrafts, physical training, the reintroduction of ritual into modern life, the regeneration of urban man and the establishment of a new world civilisation.”"
    (tags:history book music covers )
    "Steve Aylett is a satirical science fiction and slipstream author most recently adopted by the bizarro movement. He is the creator of the futuristic, dystopian world known as Beerlight, the producer of the no-wave film, Lint, has written issues for several comic book series, and was the winner of the Jack Trevor Story Award in 2006." In case you were unaware.
    (tags:music writers )
  • Payload by @stuwillis | Short Film
    Very nice science fiction short from an Australian director
    (tags:video )
  • ??Now
    via @craigmod – live visualisation of every train running in Japan
    (tags:dataviz )
  • A Real-Time Map of Global Cyberattacks – Global – The Atlantic Wire
    "Cyberattacks are happening constantly across the globe, and now you can see what that looks in real-time with this map by the Honeynet Project that shows so many attacks, it looks and feels like it's straight out of an apocalyptic war movie."
    (tags:dataviz comms war crime )

Published in brainjuice