gumstix.com – way small computing Processor: Marvell® PXA270…

gumstix.com – way small computing

Processor: Marvell® PXA270 with XScale™

Speed: 400MHz

Memory: 64MB RAM / 16MB Flash

Features:
Bluetooth communications ( includes u.fl antenna @ 2.4 GHz ),
USB host signals,
CCD camera signals

Connections:
60-pin Hirose I/O connector,
120-pin MOLEX connector,
24-pin flex ribbon

Size: 80mm x 20mm

gumstix.com – way small computing

Processor: Marvell® PXA270 with XScale™

Speed: 400MHz

Memory: 64MB RAM / 16MB Flash

Features:
Bluetooth communications ( includes u.fl antenna @ 2.4 GHz ),
USB host signals,
CCD camera signals

Connections:
60-pin Hirose I/O connector,
120-pin MOLEX connector,
24-pin flex ribbon

Size: 80mm x 20mm

As cloud computing becomes more powerful and flexible, I do think we’ll need less and less…

As cloud computing becomes more powerful and flexible, I do think we’ll need less and less powerful personal computers… still, 1 week at 1024×768 was enough to teach me the value of a nice monitor.

The OLPC keyboard was too tiny for my hands, or I’d give up full sized keyboards and the Mac OS forever. I think.

Number 1 thing I’d miss on Mac OS? Omnigraffle.

As cloud computing becomes more powerful and flexible, I do think we’ll need less and less powerful personal computers… still, 1 week at 1024×768 was enough to teach me the value of a nice monitor.

The OLPC keyboard was too tiny for my hands, or I’d give up full sized keyboards and the Mac OS forever. I think.

Number 1 thing I’d miss on Mac OS? Omnigraffle.

( @_@ ) (via mr_cactus) I find myself fascniated with the idea…

( @_@ ) (via mr_cactus)

I find myself fascniated with the idea of lots of tiny planets to explore. I thought I’d invented the idea myself (Antoine de Saint-Exupéry excepted), but learned to my bitter disappointment that Super Mario Galaxy does exactly that.

( @_@ ) (via mr_cactus)

I find myself fascniated with the idea of lots of tiny planets to explore. I thought I’d invented the idea myself (Antoine de Saint-Exupéry excepted), but learned to my bitter disappointment that Super Mario Galaxy does exactly that.

Colors I’ve used

Idea for a Kogbox snippet: “Colors I’ve Used” – a timeline of colors used in design work. You could extend it to fonts too. Basically input all the URLs of work you’ve done, upload all the images, and it extracts major colors. You can assign them dates. 

 Then do color analytics… how have your color choices changed over time? Spectral graphs… by RGB, saturation, color spread (what diversity of colors you’ve used), percent change based on hexidecimal values… 

Idea for a Kogbox snippet: “Colors I’ve Used” – a timeline of colors used in design work. You could extend it to fonts too. Basically input all the URLs of work you’ve done, upload all the images, and it extracts major colors. You can assign them dates. 

 Then do color analytics… how have your color choices changed over time? Spectral graphs… by RGB, saturation, color spread (what diversity of colors you’ve used), percent change based on hexidecimal values…