It’s the 12$ PC. And strangely enough, it seems viable.
When I was still trying to become Jakob Nielsen, back in 2000: the draw-what-you-saw methodology. Haven’t heard of anyone using it?
I always hated misguided attempts at visual search engines, but weirdly, searchme.com kind of works. You just browse through results pages, in an Apple-like coverflow UI.
I’ll probably never use it again, but I was quite surprised at the effectiveness of just browsing through screenshots of websites, instead of scanning result lists on Google.
Hacker humor :) “Would like to put self replicating robots on the moon capable of
refining silicon and building photovoltaic cells. Will need experience
with robotics, AI, and Drupal. Ultimate plans trend towards world
Nice, Amazon now has scalable persistent storage blocks (ie. harddrives) to use with EC2 (to store your database on for example), and they come with backup capability to S3. They’re from 1Gig to 1Terra. You only pay what you use, $0.10 per allocated GB per month.