Archive for the ‘Technology’ Category

Slight Design re-align

David Gluzman November 18th, 2008

Ever have those times late at night where all of a sudden you just gotta do something? Well redoing the R4NT footer was my peeve for the evening. The Footer has been a point of contention of mine since V8 launched. I’ll be very honest and say I was lazy. Bad excuse but I was […]

Google Flu

MaxPower November 12th, 2008

New Goog app out today is Google Flu Trends: Google Flu Trends, tallies daily flu-related search queries from Google.com to estimate how many people in a given region in the United States have an influenza-related illness. The tool will provide users with “up-to-date influenza related activity estimates for each of the 50 states in the […]

Beacon Reviews on WildSnow.com

Ian Harding November 12th, 2008

Not long ago I made a post that compared AT bindings that I was considering purchasing for this coming ski season. Funny enough, I did not end up going with the Diamir (Fritschi) Freeride Plus as I had concluded to. The Naxo NX21’s are being used by a number of close friends, and since the […]

Help Me Wolf Blizter, You’re My Only Hope

MaxPower November 5th, 2008

Better than watching the results of the election, which was a foregone conclusion which even the US pollsters couldn’t screw up, was checking out some of new (?) technology that CNN had going on in their ‘war room’. The highlight of which was when from Chicago, correspondent Jessica Yellin seemed to materialize, in 3-D, in […]

Tesla Dead?

MaxPower November 3rd, 2008

We have seen this story before (see above). It appear Tesla Motors, the brightest hope of Silicon Valley’s nascent clean-automotive industry, has only $9 million in the bank, says ValleyWag. The company, which recently laid off dozens of employees and announced the closing of its Detroit office, called an all-hands meeting yesterday evening to inform […]