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mightyflynn:

Boston Baseball Hack Day
Saturday, March 24, 2012At The Boston Globe135 Morrissey Blvd, Boston MA

Are you a web developer, designer or a hack programmer who is interested in baseball? Or a passionate baseball fan with ideas?
Boston Baseball Hack Day is a one-day hacking event where area baseball geeks come together, form a team, and collaborate to create baseball-related Web Apps, Websites, Data Visualizations, etc. and bring an idea to life.
It is also a great to place to network and socialize among like-minded people.
At the end of the day, projects will be judged by area experts, and a brief awards ceremony will conclude the event.
http://baseballhackday.com/
twitter: @BaseballHackDay


I still hate the Red Sox. But this is wicked awesome.

mightyflynn:

Boston Baseball Hack Day

Saturday, March 24, 2012
At The Boston Globe
135 Morrissey Blvd, Boston MA

Are you a web developer, designer or a hack programmer who is interested in baseball? Or a passionate baseball fan with ideas?

Boston Baseball Hack Day is a one-day hacking event where area baseball geeks come together, form a team, and collaborate to create baseball-related Web Apps, Websites, Data Visualizations, etc. and bring an idea to life.

It is also a great to place to network and socialize among like-minded people.

At the end of the day, projects will be judged by area experts, and a brief awards ceremony will conclude the event.

http://baseballhackday.com/

twitter: @BaseballHackDay

I still hate the Red Sox. But this is wicked awesome.

Reblogged from mightyflynn

Freedom from distraction may in fact be the new, sought after bourgeois luxury. In… “The Joy of Quiet,” Pico Iyer says that the future of travel lies in “black hole resorts” where you pay exorbitant amounts for remote beautiful rooms that are offline. The principle is that freedom from the Internet is so rare and exotic and impossible that it is becoming a commodity: It’s not iPhones or iPads we have to worry about buying, but peace from them. Freedom, then, is a poor man’s fabulous hotel room on a cliff on a beach without wireless.

Why is the Freedom app so popular?  (via courtenaybird)

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Reblogged from courtenaybird