Safari Browser is Like a Bike

A reason we attend Web conferences with our bikes, is that the bike is a constant and a connector with web professionals. Notice the PBR in the basket bike used to illustrate Safari in the 5 Browsers and the Modes of Transportation They Resemble infographic.

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Source: College Humor.

Hat tip @molly

London Critical Mass

@alien8 follows up his post about London Critical Mass with video

Dual Monitors

An effective way to double your mileage and a strong indication that there isn’t a perfect bike computer. This used to happen too with older PowerTaps. Cyclists would ride with multiple devices making sure they collected all the relevant data.

Uploaded by Hugger Industries | more from the Bike Hugger Photostream.

Various iPad Apps for the Bike

The first looks at the new iPad are out, including Boing Boing who tests it with The Periodic Table of Elements book

“The Elements on iPad is not a game, not an app, not a TV show. It’s a book. But it’s Harry Potter’s book. This is the version you check out from the Hogwarts library. Everything in it is alive in some way.”

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Source: [Boing Boing]((http://boingboing.net/2010/03/31/a-first-look-at-ipad.html)

We’re here all wondering and discussing what magicial bike-related apps and books will emerge. Considering the bike industry is a few years behind in technology, we’ll likely just have to do them ourselves and the obvious ones are maps and training, sure, but we’re thinking of

  • Buyer’s guides
  • Photo essays
  • Catalogs
  • Race recaps
  • Touring guides

What’s the killer bike app for you? See our posts about the iPad, mobile computing and travel.

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