July 4th, 2013

My tweets

  • Wed, 19:05: Recent Reads: Bronze Gods. A. A. Aguirre delivers an unusual mystery in a Faerie reshaped by human hands. Edwardiana with tinted by magic.
  • Wed, 19:18: So we've lost Doug Englebart. HCI wouldn't have been the same without him and his work. <click>
  • Wed, 19:20: The latest @humble e-book bundle is a cracker. I should know, I've read (and own) them all...
  • Wed, 19:34: Finishing up a piece on the Windows 8.1 3D printing pipeline. Realising it's turned into a piece on the future of product design. Good times
  • Wed, 20:29: Has anyone found a USB ethernet adapter that works with Windows RT?
  • Wed, 20:41: Today on @citeworld I take a long look at 3D printing in Windows 8.1, and what it means for Makers and designers. http://t.co/lThuqYJPJe
  • Wed, 20:43: TIL Windows 8.1's 3D printing pipeline isn't just for 3D models. It's also for CNC devices like milling machines, drills and cutters.
  • Wed, 20:44: RT @marypcbuk: in punchcard-era 1968 Doug Engalbart was showing off the mouse; video of the beginnings of modern HCI at http://t.co/Bur0Sut
  • Wed, 20:53: RT @maryjofoley: Just in time for July 4, MS has added EN-GB to list of languages supported in Windows 8.1 preview: http://t.co/f4Cyq2vUVC
  • Wed, 20:56: EN-GB now supported for Windows RT updates to 8.1 RT preview. http://t.co/xJpBKTQFfB
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