Posted on 16 November 2010 by jnu
This looks like 90% of The Present and Past with a few notable exceptions, Tivo and Boxee have changed the world-or at least mine-
More information click here
STAY TUNED! (pun intended)
Posted on 05 November 2010 by jnu
Dan-ell Morales & Jonn Nubian cover Ray Dawson’s Nocturnal Peacock Cigar launch party held at the prestigious Cigar Inn located in Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Posted on 30 October 2010 by jnu
I attend quite a few conferences and absolutely HATE carrying around booklets or paper handouts to find out whats going on.
It’s 2010 and I was so pleased about the Internet Week NY App which kept me up to date with everything going on with the conference.
I was so excited and then throughly disappointed at THE NEXT HOPE conference lat July.
You would figure an app designed for a HACKER conference would be slick and chock full of information-it turned out to be poorly designed and altthogh having it installed on my hacked Iphone_ I found myself missing some very interesting panels because I had to thumb through numerous pages in the conference booklet to find out what was going on-(true story)
Fortunately you can download such interesting discussions as:
A Primer on Neuroscience, Bat Echolocation, and Hacker Bio-inspiration and Hacking Terrorist Networks Logically and Emotionally from Hattorrents.com Thanx guys!
So next week I am heading to Ad:Tech NY and decided to try out the app-
The Free Ad:Tech NY Iphone app does everything it promises-
helps you make the most out of the conference and expo. It features conference sessions by date and track, a list of exhibitors and sponsors, and the ability to select and save your favorites, plus a live Twitter feed. Selecting any listing allows you to view details about the session, speaker, exhibitor, or sponsor.
Download it for free from the app store
Posted on 27 October 2010 by jnu
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Posted on 01 September 2010 by jnu
Yesterday I launched a new side project:
Essentially it celebrates the handkerchief, pocketsquare and haberdashery
“for the Made or Mad Man”
follow it on twitter @pocketSQmafia let me know what you think-
and if you happen to be wearing a pocketsquare-submit a pic-
Posted on 09 August 2010 by jnu
Snapped in a grocery store in the Bronx
AOL Blogger event drink-BLOG IT TO ME!
vision vodka, liimoncello, fresh basil, fresh muddled lemons, a hint of sugar
Used Jailbreakme.com to free my Iphone 3GS
Diesel Kick Ass Party
Posted on 28 July 2010 by jnu
More hilarity can be found at The Oatmeal by Matthew Inman
Posted on 22 July 2010 by jnu
Last weekend I attended The Next Hope (Hackers on Planet Earth) conference, held at the Hotel Pennsylvania in NYC. It is held every 2 years and this is the 4th time I attended since 1998.
This is the badge-
this is the schematic for the badge designed by Travis Goodspeed-
“These badges are active RFID tags which beacon the position of each attendee a few times a second, so that the god damned devil army of lies–by which I mean the Next HOPE badge committee–can track each attendee around the Hotel Pennsylvania.”
There were alot of other cool things to check out such as this USB Typewriter setup and a working EASY button
Here are some topics to some of the talks I attended-
A keynote was scheduled to be given by Julian Assange of Wikileaks , he did not show for obvious reasons, but his partner Jacob Appelbaum and developer of TOR gave a great talk,cover past, present and future developments of the project and showed the much talked about a videotape showing a U.S. Army Apache helicopter attack in Baghdad that killed a dozen people, including two Reuters news staff. for more information check out CollateralMurder.com
I got to ride a Segway (video on that later) and got put on to Etherape!-is a packet sniffer/network traffic monitoring tool, developed for Unix (thank you AngelXIII!)
He also informed the authorities of the identity of a US Army Intelligence Specialist who is alleged to be the source of the July 12, 2007 Baghdad airstrike video leak to Wikileaks.
Which shows guts and balls and I am in his corner no matter what his reputation may now be in the hacker community.
I also enjoyed 2 greats talk and got a pic with Johannes Grenzfurthner
(No-I do not work for @cafebustelo)
He is the founder of monochrom, an internationally acting art and theory group.
I shot an interview with a teacher from The Hacktory, a Philidelphia-based group that promotes the use of technolog in the arts.
(look for that video to be posted soon)
Overall, it was a good time of learning and unlearning.
Note: Most of the videos of the talks can be downloaded at Hattorents.com