I always have lots of books and magazines that are lying around. Thinks bendy rubber bookselves would just do wonders. The wooden, rigid selves always has a problem that some of your books will not fit.
Well not with this one, you can make the book fit by just bending the selves to make the space wide enough.
More here - http://www.behance.net/gallery/Rubber-Shelves-for-The-Sculpture-House/2150469
I was working for Independent Online (IOL) at the time and around 3:30 decided that it was time to hit the road and go home. As I was walking through the newsroom my eye caught one of the many TV’s in the newsroom that happened to be on CNN. I could not believe what I was seeing. For a minte or 2 we all just starred at one another in disbelief and though by ourselves, can this be real.
Me going home came to an abrubt halt and the newsroom became a hive of activity. I was in charge of technology at IOL and we started thinking of what this will mean to our servers and the kind of traffic we could expect.
IOL was the first news site that had the story up and we immediately saw a spike in traffic. We kept a watchfull eye on the servers and at the same time needed to ensure that the journalists had an optimum system to keep the stories flowing and keeping the site updated. That day I came to respect the open source stack that we ran to serve IOL. It did not strain at all under the load and just kept on ticking.
At about 11pm that evening things started to quiet down a bit and we could go home for some sleep while the night shift kept things going. Early the next morning we were all back in the office to keep the news flowing.
Although we were looking on from afar, it felt like we were right in New York and today my toughts go out to all in America and the rest of the world that lost loved ones and friends. I know it is a day I will never forget.
From the folks at Phandroid and AndroidandMe comes the news about the next pet name for Android .. I quote from Phandroid:
If you’re an Android fanboy (like me) there’s probably been a night or two where you kept up late wondering what Google’s name for the next version of Android would be. Well, toss and turn no more! According to a “trusted source” over at ThisIsMyNext, the next version of Android could be named — wait for it — JELLY BEAN. That’s right. Keeping true to Google’s alphabetical order, we’ve seen Android versions Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich and now (possibly) Jelly Bean. Keep in mind it was long rumored that “F” would be Flan before later revealing itself to be Froyo.
and from the guys at AndroidandMe:
Google has a tradition of naming Android versions after desserts. Ice Cream Sandwich is currently one of the hottest topics, as it’s the version we are all waiting for at the moment. It’s the Android version that will democratically unite tablet and smartphone software into one.
Due to the fact that ICS will be such a huge jump, we’ve not stopped to think about what Google will name the next Android version. If we follow the tradition, it should be a dessert starting with the letter J. We’ve heard a few assumptions, like “Jello,” but according to Thisismynext’s sources, it will be called “Jelly Bean.”
UPDATE: There is an update on this and apparently “Jelly Bean” is only one of the names in the mix. Wonder how many food names are there which starts with a “J”, not many I can think of and do not think Google will just go with “Jam”.
It is number 2 that I am really strugling with at the moment, work worries, stress, financial worries which causes a lack of sleep.