:: Thursday, June 17, 2004
Now this is cool...
Personal home pages are so passe. Thanks to European developer Simeda and their Pocketster application, you can now have a personal mobile page. Pocketster is the world's first wireless personal web server for the PocketPC that advertises itself to other Pocket PCs in the neighborhood using ad-hoc WiFi networks and Rendezvous. Now this makes mobile computing interesting...
A little Fischerspooner news...Casey & Co. are toiling away in the studio on their yet-to-be-named album, however if you catch the TV show Nip/Tuck on FX, you can hear a new Fischerspooner track called " Just Let Go" on June 29. Check local listings for showtimes.
:: Wednesday, June 16, 2004
Help Make Fahrenheit 9/11 a Huge Hit
Moveon.org is launching a major campaign to turn out tens of thousands of us in support of Fahrenheit 9/11 on the opening weekend. To view the trailer and sign up to be a part of the campaign, click here. Spread the news, tell a friend!
:: Tuesday, June 15, 2004
The iRobotnik Gmail Contest
By now, unless you’re a robot under a rock, you've heard about Google's invite-only e-mail service, Gmail. The benefit of Gmail is you get 1GB of free e-mail storage and an intuitive google-esqe approach to the webmail interface. Gmail account invitations have been so popular, they're being sold on eBay for as much as $75 each. Instead of selling my invitations (I have 3 left), I'm using them to sponsor the first ever iRobotnik Gmail contest. Here's the deal – e-mail me a link to your favorite new electronic song/artist (high-quality MP3 preferred) by no later than Friday, June 25th. You may enter as many times as you like (with a different, unique entry, of course) and at the end of the contest, I'll pick the top 3 entries I like best and invite the winning contributors to open their own Gmail account.
Click here to enter
:: Monday, June 14, 2004
Superhuman strength. Coming to an exoskeleton near you.