I’ve said it before, we need education and safety first, do things properly, do things as they have to be done.
Monthly Archives: March 2010
check this blog and see if the predictions for 2010 are getting real and if so, do we like it or not.
serif is hot in 2010
for me knitting is the best, especially with knitPro 2.0
here is the picture and here is the knittingscheme:
Een boek schrijven: ultieme droom of onhaalbaar plan? Allebei, waarschijnlijk. Maar vele handen maken licht werk. En dus schrijven we op INKTogether met z’n allen een roman: 50.000 woorden, 10 hoofdstukken, maximaal 1.000 woorden per keer. INKTogether selecteert de beste berichten, maar jullie hebben het laatste woord. De beginscène staat vast; de overige 49.500 woorden mogen jullie verzinnen. Een thriller, een humoristische vertelling, een liefdesgeschiedenis… it’s up to you!
short translation: writing a book together, 50.000 words, 10 chapters and a maximum of 1000 words per time. The opening scene is ready and everyone can join and write the novel of your likes at inktogether.
and we are getting serious: first monday
Peer Review Process
First Monday publishes original research papers about the Internet and related technologies. Papers submitted to First Monday are examined by at least three reviewers for originality and timeliness in the context of related research. Reviews generally are completed in 30-60 days with publication in the next available monthly issue.
First Monday appears on the first Monday of each month. In addition, special issues may appear on the first Monday on each month or on an irregular basis.
Open Access Policy
First Monday is one of the first openly accessible peer review journals solely on the Internet, about the Internet. All of First Monday’s current and archival content is available freely to anyone with Internet connectivity. Authors retain the rights to their work published in First Monday and may freely make their papers available as they see fit. Contributors to First Monday are encouraged to dedicate their work to the public domain or to select a Creative Commons license.
well, friday, but this one is for all the hardworkers, the stressed out people, Ok?go!
“Are you one of those job seekers who have been sending far too many resumes and been hit with far too many disappointment? The problem may not lie with your qualification or skills set. Employer filters tons of resumes on daily basis, only the outstanding ones get noticed.”
check som nice ones at: hongkiat
Its in dutch but i’ll explain shortly: DSB is a dutch bank and it went broke in the recent financial crisis. Some marketing people came up with the idea to make a short movie (half an hour) about this financial drama and use crowdsourcing as their method. Check the clips and judge if this wil open next Cannes..
oh by the way, the last clip “The American” has some subtitles and is best viewed first for non-dutch-speaking-persons