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Software Tech

Qik for iPhone

Just loaded Qik onto my iPhone. It seems pretty awesome, but I’ll withhold final judgement till I’ve tested it for a couple days.

Basically Qik allows you to stream video from your iPhone to the internet live! Or close to live depending on your internet connection.

You can find my videos at http://qik.com/erikpersson

Anyway more later!

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Links

Erik's Links For November 2nd 2008

Erik’s Links For November 2nd 2008

  • Resize Your Web Browser with Bookmarklets : CreativeTechs Tips:
    Neat way to quickly resize your web browser to certain widths
  • A Primer In Selling Your Art At Festivals
    Some good things to keep in mind when I finally start selling my work
  • The Best Mouse You’ve Ever Had: Lifehacker
    I’ve been thinking about replacing my Logitech MX500 which is starting to show some wear & tear
  • Cool Tools: Palm Nailer
  • Sounds like an interesting tool. Now I just need something to nail… Badum-Tish

    From The Page: A palm nailer is a magic hammer. Like a nail gun, you hook it up to an air compressor, but unlike a nail gun, it can be held in the palm of one hand. Its appearance doesn’t make its usage obvious, but this air tool pounds in nail after nail without hurting your hand at all. Just place a nail exactly where you want it. Press the opening on the nailer over the nail, and BAP! BAP! BAP! BAP! BAP! — compressed air drives a little hammer head inside the sleeve to gently pound in the nail. It takes about 10+ taps to get a nail all the way in, but in under a second.
  • How to Tie a Bowline Knot: Video Demonstration
    Always be prepared…
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Spiffy Tech

First Seinfeld Gates Ad Out

The first new Microsoft ad, featuring the comic duo of Jerry Seinfeld & Bill Gates, is out.

First Seinfeld Gates Ad

Not really sure what to say about it.

Apparently now that Microsoft has finished working on the Microsoft Surface they’re gonna work on baked goods?

Via Waxy.org

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Artist Hardware Photography Site Spiffy

Ceramic Pinhole Camera

Ceramic Pinhole Camera

Check out this awesome ceramic pinhole camera created by Steve Irvine.

“It is made of stoneware, fired to 1,300 degrees C. (2,350 F.) It has a matte black glaze on the inside. Overall, it measures h 22.5 x w 20 x 20.5 cm. on the outside. It’s designed to take a 4 x 5 inch piece of photo paper. The negative holder on the inside is made from three strips of black weather stripping.”

Heres the example shot.

Example Pinhole Shot

Source F295 Via Boing Boing

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Hardware Tech

The Solar Powered Day For Night Dress

Solar Powered Dress

It’s the fashionable solar powered Day For Night dress! It’s made out of interconnected white circuit boards and RGB LEDs, plus its powered by the sun! Here is a closeup view of each of the tiles…

Close Up View of tiles

It looks a bit… scratchy. Anywho, the cool thing is you can program it to display different colors and symbols and anything else you can think of.

Source Via We Make Money Not Art