Wow that Microsoft Campus is huge!
Can everyone just walk there freely? Because sometimes I see people walking who are just there for the beatiful nature I guess. Some shots: 58m30s (I assume that child isn't working there) and 1h2m39s (looks like a free open entrance to the Campus).
Btw, I founded a nice wallpaper from the Microsoft Campus (which you can also see in the video at 1h10m9s and further):
Also, nice story about how the Microsoft logo was created (1h10m29s).
Actually, I thought that was me talking about demos.
Sorry, can't hear the difference on smalband
For instance, it can watch the patterns of how I read news feeds. Look at my linkblog at
http://www.scobleizer.com/" target="_blank">http://www.scobleizer.com for instance. [...] Could an algorithm be crafted to look for patterns that I use? How accurate could it get?
I'd love to find out.
The answer is already on your website: PodCasting! (Future of Podcasting | from: Reel Reviews | MWGblog)
In three words: spoken news feeds.
It's just weird that everyone speaks about "learning" a pc something, while it's only doing what it's programmed to do. It's not like a pc can interact with you directly, even when sometimes you think it's doing that.
<drools while waiting for video download>
Smalband eey? Try with WMP10, you can stream it without downloading it first.
Can a machine learn? I thought it can only be programmed. Unless it's exploited off course, so it can do something unsafe that
"I like demos", Kevin says during the fourth minute. If he means trials (that expire after some time) or beta programs (that are mostly unstable) with that, I don't really get why he loves demos.
- Nice cube at the end, though.