2.6 kernel coming up! (July 17, 2003, 0) - List of features:
Voice-only apps without speech recognition (April 15, 2003, 0) - On the wear-hard mailing list, uberborg Doug Sutherland mentions
Developing Voice-only Applications in the Absence of Speech Recognition Technology
Caiviar is an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) System based on CAPI.
It runs on Linux and Windows systems, and supports Text-To-Speech
(most notably Realspeak and Festival), multithreading, Barge In,
3 Party Conference, G3 Fax etc. It has a very simple interface,
And now for a bit of lighthearted fun… (January 19, 2005, 0) - “Sexiest Geek Alive” is a geek pageant done right. =) Google for it or
be lazy and just check out the following links.
Why does it work? ’cause it’s as geeky as heck.
Positive stuff about women in technology:
On Technorati: digitalpinay, issues, women, philippines
Concept maps (November 4, 2003, 0) - - http://www.innovationtools.com/Links2/linksnew.asp : Links to other sites
- http://cmap.coginst.uwf.edu/info/ : Concept maps are useful for curriculum planning
- http://www.coun.uvic.ca/learn/program/hndouts/map_ho.html : Mapping for university studies
- http://radio.weblogs.com/0114870/2003/02/04.html : about the IHMC tool. Eduresources weblog
- http://holton.ltc.vanderbilt.edu/blog/archives/cat_open_source.html : Ed tech web archives
Situated Software (April 29, 2004, 0) - Link from TerryP’s blog
I think this is why I have so much fun working on PlannerMode. I have
a clearly-defined set of users in mind (mostly the mailing list) and I
love threshing out interfaces and features with them. It’s not a
large-scale application and it certainly doesn’t appeal to the masses,
but it can be quite powerful when