Mijn gedachten over internet, media, politiek, technologie en innovatie
zaterdag 3 maart 2007
Open source telecom en manuals voor kinderen
OpenMoko Open-Source Mobile, coming soon Can the power of open source be harnessed into the form factor of a cellular phone? Thatâ€™s the question Taiwan-based OpenMoko hopes to answer positively, when it starts to roll out its OpenMoko platform and phones later this year.
The best user manuals EVER Never underestimate the value of providing fabulous training materials in getting--and keeping--users motivated to get better. And the better they are, the more likely they are to appreciate (and buy) your higher-end versions, evangelize, buy and create a
Fun with Asterisk at the Etel Faire Two phone calls enter; one phone call leaves. Each of the players call a number, they compete in one of ten very short (5 seconds) games. The winner stays on the line and takes on the next caller. Games involve hitting the keypad first, being loudest, and
Why Iâ€™m not alarmed that school children use Wikipedia With all its faults â€” and I consistently link to articles and blog posts that point those out â€” I think school children are better off because Wikipedia exists, for the exact reason Tancer says we should be alarmed. On most Wikipedia entries school ch