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isbn.nu

Posted in web by aldorf on December 24, 2009

And if you like reading more than writing search for books and compare prices at isbn.nu

That’s what killerstartups says about the site:
isbn.nu is a site where bookworms and intellectuals can search for the books they want and compare prices from all over the internet. If you are a both a book lover as well as a bargain hunter, check this out.

This website is ranked 69,069 out of the top 1,000,000 websites.

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Symbaloo.com

Posted in web by aldorf on December 24, 2009

Launch your browser with Symbaloo. Instead of typing URLs or poring over a list of bookmarks, you visually scan a wall of icons that contain links to your favorite sites. Clicking an icon goes to a preset URL. More important, Symbaloo users can create customized walls of icons — they call them webmixes– tied to a specific topic. Symbaloo is a privately funded startup founded in the Netherlands in 2007

BrightHub.com

Posted in web by aldorf on December 24, 2009

Bright Hub’s goal is simple: share knowledge about how the simplest scientific idea evolves into tomorrow’s technology. Informative articles provided by an expert writer network and an active community of life-long enthusiasts.
Science and Technology – together they weave an indelible fabric that touches all of us. From advances in medicine to the construction of hybrid vehicles to the freedom of mobile computing — science and technology impacts our work, our play, our lives…

Audio-Visual Navigation By Andreas Lutz

Posted in Uncategorized, web by aldorf on November 20, 2009

 

Vodpod videos no longer available.

Try it yourself: andreaslutz.com

Thanks again: Prof. Dr. Roland Riempp, Mario Dold, Henni Goetsch, Anna Schoderer, Unit B @ SV, Vatsala Murthy, Tim Sobczak

Credits: Hochschule Offenburg (fh-offenburg.de), Scholz&Volkmer (s-v.de)

Incredible trailer soundtrack: Professor Kliq (professorkliq.com)

Resources: diploma.andreaslutz.com – vimeo.com/channels/newwaysofinteraction – thefwa.com

 

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