Fabbing might be a coming revolution: far more accessible than nanotechnology, it would allow people to have a mini-industry at home to build common objects. In coming months, my project it to build one of these 3D printers, that will be self-replating itself to spread fabbing in few places like Toulouse, Berlin or Madrid. I’ve…

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Feevy: Eating your own dog-food

Because we’re currently developping some WordPress extensions for Feevy, it’s time to integrate it on this weblog too. Feevy Sidebar Widget First release of Feevy sidebar widget, that would people using free wordpress.com account to get Feevy in their sidebars. To test it on your ‘own-managed’ wordpress weblog: Download and install Sidebar Widget plugin. Your…

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RSS extension: GeoRSS

Reading about Google Maps API today, I discovered GeoRSS features: Some simple xml elements to add in item elements: <georss:point>43.127697 -77.573776</georss:point> <geo:Point> <geo:lat>43.127697</geo:lat> <geo:long>-77.573776</geo:long> </geo:Point> Add it to Flickr feeds with a simple attribute (georss=1): http://api.flickr.com/services/feeds/[…]&format=rss_200&georss=1 WordPress extented by GeoRSS plugin can be ready in 5 minutes and do miracles.

A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook…

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After discussing with David about The Fountain movie, he redirected me to Ayn Rand that inspired the movie script with her novel The FountainHead. Links after links, I finally reached the purpose of this search: Objectivism, a libertarian movement that could answer a lot of the recursive questions I had last few weeks. What is…

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March 2007: first month out

Life March has been a month out, the experiement I’d like to continue during coming years. It’s surely a bit tiring, spending only 10 days out of 30 at a place called “home”, but things to see are so infinites that I could have spent these 10 days out to another place to discover/enjoy new…

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