The Droid I’m Looking For: The OLogic AMP:
Personal robots are on the way, gang.
One Google Books To Rule Them All? :
Good: A really thorough examination of copyright and books.
Bad: The _only_ mention of libraries is the DPLA project.
Android Orphans: Visualizing a Sad History of Support:
I’m often accused of being an Apple apologist or fanboy. Truth is, I really like Android for the most part…but here’s why you won’t see me buying an Android phone.
Google Translate with Conversation Mode (by GoogleMobile)
Ars Technica on Kindle/Overdrive: Ars Technica on the Kindle/Overdrive experience. Two best quotes:
Google Music Beta releases mobile web app for iOS: Developers are really starting to show off their HTML5 chops these days, and Google is clearly a leader in this area.
Disney AppMATes: The New Mobile Application Toys for iPad (by DisneyLiving)
Origo: a 3D printer for 10-year-olds:
Origo is a company who’s developing an extruded-plastic 3D printer that’s easy enough for kids to use. As they say on their site:
Reading Rainbow: The Next Generation:
Reading Rainbow for the iPad generation
from the article:
Arthur C Clarke predicting the future in 1964 (by elabjer)
Some people say libraries are old-fashioned, they're lost in a new society. No. It's all learning in a new environment.
Chicago Tribune, April 28, 2013
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