Friday, 28 January 2005

I’ve talked about it a million times before, mentioned it in conversations with friends, shown small sneak-peaks to a couple people. After what seems like an eternity working on it, I have finally launched the new version of this site.

It was originally intended as the design for the reopening of an on-line magazine with some friends, but that project never took off. Not one to let a good design go to waste, I decided to use it here.

I’m still working out a few kinks, here and there, so please bear with me for the first week or so.

Please, send me email and let me know what you think.

Thursday, 20 January 2005

Through some random Web browsing, I found a very cool Google property: Keyhole. You know those fly-through maps they show on the local weather? This software can do that kind of thing…on your desktop. It uses a software client installed on your computer as the front-end and streams the data from the Keyhole servers. The service costs $29.95 per year, but there is a free trial. You gotta see this thing to believe it!

Monday, 03 January 2005

This feature at the New York Times is, quite possibly, the most clear look at the devestation in Asia due to the earthquake and tsunami. the pictures are heartbreaking and graphic, but people need to see them.