In case you don’t see it, and assuming you’re interested, there’s another post over at Palm Sounds today.
I’d heard of this stuff before, but I’d never used it. I got this sample from the lovely people at Technology Will Save Us when I went to their talk the other day. The sugru web site has some really good examples of how people have used the stuff.
So the only question remaining is, what should I use it for?
For the first time in almost 5 months I’ve posted something new over at PalmSounds.
I wonder what kind of response it will get?
Is it useful? Yes, probably, but maybe not too much for me at the moment, but it is just one of those things I really wanted to have, and it is so cool!
I went to this talk last night about physical tech. Lots of stuff about Arduinos and prototyping and 3D printing and all of that kind of stuff. I really enjoyed it, especially because the guy giving the talk was so enthusiastic.
The evening did a lot to re-energise me into thinking about making stuff and getting on with some projects, or just having some fun playing with tech.
Having resumed my listening to the 8th Doctor stories I’ve now nearly finished this one, ‘Time Works’. It’s an interesting story, quite intriguing in many ways although I’m starting to suspect that the outcome of the story is going to be a little more mundane than I’d hoped. Anyway, it’s been a good journey with this story, and that’s what’s it’s about really I suppose.
A completely classic episode, and an excellent story too. This has to be one of my favourite episodes of all time, this and of course the excellent “Piece of the action”, but this one is famous for Joan Collins being the guest star, and she did a very good job of it too.
Even now it stands up well, or at least I think so anyway.
Having been at music tech fest at the weekend I’ve been thinking a lot about mobile music again, and about Palm Sounds again too. There was so much talk about the mobile space it was unreal, and a growing amount talked about in terms of mobile music creation, to a degree anyway.
It revives a number of thoughts and themes that have been going through my head for a while now, and I’m wondering what to do about these ideas.