“On the morning of June 30, 1908, the sky exploded over a remote region of central Siberia. A fireball as powerful as hundreds of Hiroshima atomic blasts scorched through the upper atmosphere, burning nearly 800 square miles of land. Scientists today think a small fragment of a comet or asteroid caused the "Tunguska event,” so named for the Tunguska river nearby. Now, a controversial new scientific study suggests that a chunk of a comet caused the 5-10 megaton fireball, bouncing off the atmosphere and back into orbit around the sun. The scientists have even identified a candidate Tunguska object—now more than 100 million miles away—that will pass close to Earth again in 2045. Is there a hidden, but powerful, danger inside the seemingly harmless comet?“
David Pogue gives an overview of the new MiFi. A new service/hardware option available from the cellular companies. It will give you your own private wifi cloud and is small enough to fit in your pocket. Kind of brilliant and amazing.
Simple, searchable, syncable notes app. It has the simplicity of Notational Velocity and the seamless web app integration of Doris. About the only thing missing is a way to sync it with Notational Velocity too.
Looks like JPG Magazine has managed to fight it’s way back from the brink of death. Actually, they did in fact flatline and the doctors called the time but they miraculously came back to life with new investors and a promise to publish again. Kind of amazing considering the current state of publishing.
Staff… Let’s face it, they are not always reliable and, frankly, not very fast. Sometimes, you have to take certain matters into your own hands if you plan on getting anywhere in life (let alone in the next few minutes).