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Cell Phone Graffiti


Check around your shogunate for these interactive ads to promote Marc Ecko’s graffiti inspired line of urban apparel. The ads turn your bluetooth enabled cell phone into a spray can, allowing you to leave your mark without needing to ready your grappling hook and smoke bombs for a quick ninja getaway.

Just another innovative way to use cell phones to interact with the physical environment.

::via SCI FI Tech::

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Posted: September 9th, 2007
at 8:35pm by black octagons

Categories: cell phones,clothes

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jaxtr - link your phone

I was on hold for about 10-15 seconds before I was connected to the sound of a phone ringing (it was actually more like "beeping" but that is just because I was calling a polish phone). After the 3rd ring, my friend answered his Polish cell phone in Warsaw and we were talking…for free.


Essentially, friends can call eachother via cellphone or landline through the Jaxtr service. The service currently works in 43 countries:

Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Guam, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Latvia, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, Slovak Republic, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States and U.S. Virgin Islands

digitalinteractif.typepad and jajah for your iphone

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Posted: July 18th, 2007
at 9:34am by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: apple,web,cell phones,business

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Mexico City To Launch Municipal Wireless

Mexico City Mayor Marcelo Ebrard yesterday inked a deal with China’s ZTE to set up wireless hotspots that will connect municipal services and agencies. Ebrard hopes to expand the network to offer city-wide municipal wireless service for the city’s residents, even as Mexico City struggles to offer basic services like water and electricity.

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Posted: June 26th, 2007
at 9:23am by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: cell phones,business,architecture

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Hitachi: Move the train with your brain

HATOYAMA, Japan - Forget the clicker: A new technology in Japan could let you control electronic devices without lifting a finger simply by reading brain activity.

The "brain-machine interface" developed by Hitachi Inc. analyzes slight changes in the brain’s blood flow and translates brain motion into electric signals.

A cap connects by optical fibers to a mapping device, which links, in turn, to a toy train set via a control computer and motor during one recent demonstration at Hitachi’s Advanced Research Laboratory in Hatoyama, just outside Tokyo.

"Take a deep breath and relax," said Kei Utsugi, a researcher, while demonstrating the device on Wednesday.

At his prompting, a reporter did simple calculations in her head, and the train sprang forward a€" apparently indicating activity in the brain’s frontal cortex, which handles problem solving.

Activating that region of the brain a€" by doing sums or singing a song a€" is what makes the train run, according to Utsugi. When one stops the calculations, the train stops, too.

Underlying Hitachi’s brain-machine interface is a technology called optical topography, which sends a small amount of infrared light through the brain’s surface to map out changes in blood flow.

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Posted: June 25th, 2007
at 10:14am by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: myninjaplease,computers,cell phones,games,robots,gear

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How Should We Think About Economics Today ?

Note that the scientific approach (like the aristocratic one) is a quest for power for its own sake; in other words, it is the practice of black magic. Science transforms white magic into black when it turns the young childa€™s paranoid fantasy for total control into the real world. The bounds of the expanse of total power (and of black magic) is the economic requirement of performing a valuable service for others. This is the humility that the capitalist market expects of us so that the white magic of economics might deploy its beneficial effects.

Contrary to customary opinion, money is not an idol, it is instead the tempest that upsets idols. Unpredictable and uncontrollable, money is on the side of liberty because it does not recognise borders and it threatens all governments. It is spiritual because it tears us away from materialism.

To sum up, the subject matter of economy is simply the Soul of the world.

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Innovations and growth in a flat world

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Posted: June 14th, 2007
at 7:51pm by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: computers,life,web,cell phones,games,business,robots,weaponry,architecture,design,fo' real?,real life news

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Why Web 3.0 would really be Mobile 2.0? The start of Moogle


The internet is going to bring transparency. This is why i said imagine digging on digg using your cellphone. That is from the office, from the college, from school, from the parents teacher meetings, while waiting for your dentist’s appointment. 2. If you ask me, what I am waiting for, is not the youTube for mobiles, but P2P. I want to connect to a lot of cellphones, and get just what I am looking for. Right now I can connect to another mobile next to mine, if it is bluetooth compatible and downloads songs or whatever it is I want to download, but I cannot connect to the hundreds and thousands and millions in my country. What we need is a P2P software for the mobile phones, where I can SEARCH what I need and then download it.

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Posted: June 5th, 2007
at 9:17am by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: web,cell phones,business

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