IBM has acquired Cloudant. What this means to such a great service we shall see.
Originally posted on TechCrunch:
Treadmills. They’re just so monotonous, no?
It’s a challenge to keep your mind off exhaustion or muscle fatigue, so many gym users turn to TV shows or books to distract themselves. But even that may not be enough to make exercise less of a chore for regular folk.
So Charles and Kai Huang, who are behind Guitar Hero, got the band back together and started Blue Goji. Today they’re launching Goji Play, which is a set of exercise equipment-friendly game controllers that lets you play games while on a treadmill or a bike.
Excellent article written by Rod Tucker, one of the architects of the original NBN plan.
It saddens that this dream is slipping further and further away. No politician is willing to listen and it seems the more that people shout the less they are heard.
The one thing i wanted from NBN was to see the expansion of tele-health. This could have brought doctors to your house in a very different way than what they do now. Data throughput on a PON based network wouldn’t have been an issue but on the new propsoed NBN i really don’t think it will cope. Sadly I don’t think tele-health will be a reality now, maybe in the next 20 years but no sooner.