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Refresh Philly: June Wrap-up

A recap of Refresh Philly’s June 2009. Jonny Goldstein on visual note taking, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Data.gov, Livia Labate on Design Games to aid problem solving.

The Rapid Concepting/Development Experiment

Monday was the start of Lab Week for the developers at CIM. The idea being that the developers could get a chance to work on stuff that wasn’t part of their everyday routine. Similar to the 20% time that Google has made famous, but in this case the time is collected and used as a team over the course of a week (Lab Week).
See how it all worked out.

Retro Geek for a New Year

Video Terminal Sample

It’s New Year’s Day 2009, and people are busy making and breaking their resolutions for a better future. Others are already saying 2008 is passé. Well to counter all this futurism I instead offer you this look back to a time when computers lacked all the visual power of today. Back when screens were all black and green. When images were either all blocky or made up of keyboard characters. For some this is a past that you’ve never had a chance to enjoy…

…well now you can with Video Terminal, a little app created by Arpit and myself that lets you watch video in three old school styles: Mosaic, ASCII and ASCII in color. Directions and additional info available at CIM Labs.

Note: you may need to install Adobe AIR to run the video terminal app.

Links:
CIM Labs
Video Terminal
Arpit’s Blog