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An Undertaking of Potentially Epic Proportions

Half an eternity ago I wrote a rubbish article about how academics were terrible at communicating effectively. I don’t want to name name’s, but I did because I was pissed off, and quite frankly Arjun Appadurai can bugger off. 606 kata lagi


FilePizza Lets You Transfer Files Via Web Browser

Ever encountered a situation when you need to transfer a file from your laptop to a friend’s desktop or smartphone sitting miles away from you instantly. 235 kata lagi

File Sharing

NFC: Looking to the future

A considerable amount has been spoken and written about Near Field Communications (NFC) over the past few years, much of this has centred on how NFC can bring contactless payment technology to mobile phones, far less has been said about all of the other applications NFC can be used for, in this article we will explore some of the other possibilities. 1.644 kata lagi


Lessons from Seoul’s Two Sharing Economies

As a Fulbright grantee, I spent part of the last year researching the sharing economy in Seoul. One of my main findings? Korea actually has two. 4.454 kata lagi


Feel the Cloud in your hands

Distributed systems are getting more and more popular and necessary for the industrial usage in IT. From Google to Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon and all other big shoots like them are concentrating on distributed storage, systems and analyzers. 1.905 kata lagi

Open Source

The companies set to take billions off the banks

Daniel Foggo, CEO of Ratesetter, which matches up borrowers and investors. Picture: Renee Nowytarger Source: News Corp Australia

IF YOU had to redesign finance from the ground up for the 21st century, you wouldn’t start with a bank. 1.611 kata lagi