Siri, folding screens, AI, the iPad, and more as Apple predicted them in 1987. This is a promotional video put out by Apple to showcase a concept product called The Knowledge Navigator. It’s interesting to see all these features that are in computers now being though about as science fiction in 1987, and how they thought they would work. It’s neat to see these modern technologies with the old MacOS interface style. And bonus points for the soundtrack.
EVRD will be Facebook Free on March 1st. What? Simply, EVRD will no longer be using Facebook or any of its services. On March 1st, we will be removing our EVRD profiles on Facebook and Instagram. We first heard the idea of going Facebook Free from a Basecamp blog post. It put into words some of the frustration we have with Facebook. The ideas explained in the post for being Facebook Free are pretty simple. We will not buy advertisements on Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, or WhatsApp. We will not use Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, or WhatsApp to promote or represent our...
Peter Kokis of Brooklyn RobotWorks, makes amazing robotic costumes out of discarded parts. Some of these are really unique and creative. One Man's Trash from We Are Films on Vimeo.
Our first organization for Giving Back in 2019, is the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Also know as EFF. The EFF described itself as “The leading nonprofit defending digital privacy, free speech, and innovation.”It’s possible you have seen EFF in the news, found one of their many helpful articles online, or use some of their software. They are a constant presence on the internet and starting up for individual rights and freedoms. As part of Giving Back 2019, $1 of every product purchased on EVRD will be donated to EFF.