Daily Archives: March 25, 2008

Google Tests New Barcode Tech in Newspaper Ad Program

By Kate Kaye, The ClickZ Network, Google is testing an emerging barcode technology in its print ad program, along with several other response options aimed at tracking results of newspaper…

Searchme: Visual Search

Searchme lets you see what you’re searching for. As you start typing, categories appear that relate to your query. Choose a category, and you’ll see pictures…

Seven Ways to Liberate Marketing

Seven Ways to Liberate Marketing

Seven Ways to Liberate Marketing So, what are the key elements of a modern B2B marketing software solution? Although I work for a marketing software vendor, the following list comes…

ImageNet Photo and Video Extracts Data

ImageNet Photo and Video Extracts Data from Digital Media in a Flexible, Web Services-Enabled .NET® Environment ImageNet Photo and Video instantly reads, extracts and analyzes data from digital…

RED: Not a vampire camera at all. It loves daylight!

I’ve now had independent confirmation from a couple of people who watched my RED build 14 exposure tests and have had great luck treating their RED as a…

Quantum Entanglement

DailyTech – Scientist Achieve Full Power Dense Coding With Superdense Photons New research into advanced photon data transmission is revolutionary but guaranteed to make your head hurtSignificant news broke yesterday…

My Only RED Post

My Only RED Post

Like this site needed just one more RED post. While perusing one of my favorite sites today, engadget, I came across this article about RED being used as a Telecine…

Seeing RED

Seeing RED

All of the recent posts about workflows, workarounds, and discoveries using the RED One camera brings back memories of a warning I issued when DV cameras first became popular among…

Science is EVIL!

It was only about ten years ago when a stunning announcement came from the west end of the campus of the University of Wisconsin: In the wake of the cloning…