My friend Simon released his app called Peregrine this week. From the description:
"Pick a starting point and an end point – Paris to Berlin, Mumbai to Kathmandu, Vancouver to Mexico City, or anywhere else – and walk the journey with your own steps. Every day, you'll see a new photo taken at the place you've virtually reached."
iOS only, get it here: https://
I used to have an interactive map that I maintained listing the countries I had visited. It was hosted on a site called world66, which is no longer. Went looking for an alternative, and found https://
Looking forward to catching up later!
That's a great anecdote Paul, thanks for sharing (: I was really impressed with what VRML was capable of.
And a merry Christmas to you good sir (: 🎄
Yes, I noticed the email that Known sends to let me know that someone interacted with my post, had the quoted content and your comment mixed into one paragraph. Not sure where or how to fix that, but it could be that you need to deploy the fix you mention to more post types.
Excellent points. I watched The Mother of All Demo's at Reboot in Copenhagen in 2005, and it blew my mind. It also helped that Mr Engelbart himself was "present" live via videolink from the US.
Reading Vannevar Bush's "As We May Think" a few years earlier while at university, equally blew my mind.
I remember sharing Bush's article with my dad, to show him that smartphones weren't a new invention, but rather reality finally catching up with a postwar vision of how technology could be of help to us.
I try to use Firefox, or some other browser, as often as I can. Like you, no major gripes. Hoping it continues like that (:
Phenomenal visualisation of data breaches done by Information Is Beautiful: https://