Stunning. Just love the little graphic showing frequency of occurrence over the last 70 odd years.
April 2006 Archives
During the Easter break we went down to visit my brother and his two young kids. The photo is of them and my girls at the Globe on Durlston Head, just outside Swanage. I'm sure that not only do my parents have photo's of my nrother and I at the same Globe when we were young, but there's probably a photo of my mother at the Globe when she was young. The eternal Swanage photo.
Great set of maps showing the world with countries scaled by different datasets.
Why re-invent the wheel? Last weekend I finally hawked my CD and vinyl collection round the record shops of Birmingham. Having moved everything to MP3, and stored a DVD backup in deepest Surrey, I vowed never to buy another mainstream CD.
HumanML, the Human Markup Language, looks like it could be a successor to the earlier idea of VHML - the Virtual Human Markup Language. It would be great to pass expressive cues from the chatbot engine to an avatar.