CopenCycle: SmartBiking

Well timed with our trip to the Intel Developer Forum Taipei, a reader tipped us to a new MIT Research project in Denmark called CopenCycle that features SmartBiking

a novel self-organizing smart-tag system that will allow the city’s residents to exchange basic information and share their relative positioning with each other.


Taipei Mixer

mid_blogger.jpg The Taipei mix was in effect at an eclectic blogger party last night. Attendees included a local celebrity, conductor, bike maker, teachers, students, photogs, authors, and us. We talked blogs, social media, politics, and checked out Intel-powered MIDs prototypes that Pankaj Kedia, Director Global Ecosystems Programs, brought. We also gave out scwhag from Crumpler, Versus, and SXSW.

Bright Pockets Fit

Honda is about to launch the FIT in Taiwan and setup this street demo. You stand between the F & T, a sensor detects you, lights up, plays some weird music, and then you take a picture to later upload it to their blog.


I thought it made for a good way to demonstrate the Bright Pockets (and heels) of Cordarounds Bike to Work Pants. I also noted that it was an engaging use of Social Media. For some reason, I also wanted to salute my colleagues when standing on the platform.

Flickr Blog: NYC Bikes

Flickr’s Blog spots NYC bikes like this photo shot with a pinhole camera.

Uploaded by akulis2 | more from the Bike Hugger Photostream.

Huggacast 66: Taipei Bike Boom

We’re in Taipei and Dahon’s Matt Davis talks to us about the Taipei Bike Boom.

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