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Please help me by voting for my photo in the Star Wars Are you the biggest fan contest! You can vote once a day until November 7th. I know it is asking for a lot but every vote counts! They told me to give up because this other guy has over 200 votes and has great friends that help him by voting once a day. But I will not go down without a fight. Please help by going to this link or clicking the photo below once everyday. Thank you for all your continued support. Vote Here
Thank you to all my family and friends who have been with me through school and all the craziness that came with it. With your continued support my interviews have been going great. I continue to network and network and meet new people in the industry and it has helped me get in many doors of companies I only dreamed of getting to talk to. I wasn’t qualified for all of them but it was great to just speak with some of these very talented companies. Thank you again and again. Now the waiting game begins.
Wow I let months slip by without updates, I will be posting some updates and projects and more news on my quest for Google. You will want to check back frequently :]
The future is here, well around June 15th anyways.
Re-blogged from Urbergizmo
We live blogged the Google I/O keynote on Wednesday where major announcements were made, including the launch of the Google Chromebook computers manufactured by Samsung and Acer that will be available June 15 in the US for $449 (Samsung WiFi version), $499 (Samsung WiFi+3G version) and $349 (Acer).
“The future is on the web”…”in a browser”, Google says, so the search giant is bringing its dream to the market in the form of the Chromebook.
For those who did not follow the Google computer story, since the beta model codenamed CR-48 launched last year, here is the deal: the Chromebook runs the Chrome OS and users have access to data and applications only from the web via the Chrome Browser. Google claims that this new “computing model” enables a higher level of security, since users do not have to install anti-viruses, instead relying on web services and Google “multi-layers” security including sandboxing, data encryption, and verified boot, features that were in the CR-48, go to this page and this page to get a detailed overview.
I wanted to change the way people grabbed my business cards at my grad show, so when visitors reached for a card off my table they were in for a little surprise. Thanks to the guys and gals at Evil Mad Science I was able to put together this interactive LED panel that uses sensors to detect changes in light value.
Photos and a video:
Legit Print is an online printing resource company that started in the Summer 2009 with two employees: my brother and myself. With a business background and knowledge of Graphic Design we were able to launch a modest online printing company that has done significantly well. LegitPrint.com The website is currently undergoing redevelopment (by me)
It’s been an interesting process, I get a lot of questions about the logo. If you were trying to guess what the drops in the logo were and you guessed drops of ink, you would be correct.
This was a prototype made by Nancy Chui and Kevin Kwok. The website was created with the Raphael js library. The screen is an Acer T230H running off a Windows 7 laptop with multi touch built it intuitively. The project was showcased at a graduation show located at the Art Center College of Design.
We still have some bugs to fix and we find it works best on Google Chrome, no I am not just saying that (har har har).