Month: August 2006

  • Using Mpowerplayer to demo Java ME (J2ME) apps online

    Do you write Java ME applications? Want to display the results of your work to visitors like that fancy emulator that comes with Mobile.Processing. Well, Michael Powers (developer of the great MPowerplayer MIDP 2.0 SDK for OS X) has developed a free web emulator you can use in your site. Here’s how in three easy […]

  • Chumby Devices Handed Out at Foo

    Michael Arrington from Techcrunch writes about an interesting new hackfriendly mobile device called the Chumby. Chumby Devices were handed out at Foo Camp to about 100 lucky Foos (I’m looking at you, Raffel) to prod, poke, develop world changing applications and generally hack to pieces. I’m not going reprint the technical specs verbatim, but the […]

  • Starcraft Origami

    OMG. If you’ve ever spent hours building up your puny Terrans and mighty Protoss forces to withstand a Zerg rush – you know what I’m talking about. Here are those same terrifying pixels, gently shaped and folded to look something like this – 야후! 이미지박스. I should have guessed that it was a Korean who […]

  • 3 Types of Productivity – Making the Most of a Working Day

    Digital Digressions: 3 Types of Productivity – Making the Most of a Working Day A fantastic article. His general classifications of productivity are short, concise and extremely accurate. This definitely applies to a greater part of my working life, particularly planning your todo lists based around the type of input each requires: 1. If your […]

  • Mobile Asia Competition 2006

    Korea is the closest thing to a place where you can run into the future every day, while casually munching a kimchee pajeon and sipping some Soju. Suhjung and the Nabi crew have put together another great mobile competition – the Mobile Asia Competition 2006 – enter quick while there’s still time! (Submissions end 31 […]