Back to basics: quantifying the web

Reading Time: 3 minutes I stumbled upon developing a iGoogle gadget. These small web programs are floating in the customizable front page of Google account owners. They can be used to push information to the user, and probably in the near future they develop into real applications. The point isn’t actually about this specific technology. What I started thinkingContinue reading “Back to basics: quantifying the web”

Straining the brain – new interfaces

Reading Time: 2 minutes What is the modern equivalent of being a stronger individual? I think it’s the capability and will to command more user interfaces. Because there’s always a utility value for a certain interface; you can get thingswith less (physical) effort, for lower price, from a better pool of choice etc. So extending your mind with newContinue reading “Straining the brain – new interfaces”