June 29, 2011
Amusing org charts. Amusing Gantt charts anyone?

Amusing org charts. Amusing Gantt charts anyone?

June 29, 2011

(Source: vimeo.com)

June 29, 2011

Split screen love story.

(Source: vimeo.com)

June 29, 2011

Sometimes fruit can overwhelm.

(Source: youtu.be)

June 29, 2011
Very important life skill.

Very important life skill.

May 22, 2011

Nighty Night, a before-bedtime app for young children. Excellent voice-over is guaranteed to make you sleeeeepy. Don’t forget to turn out the lights.

May 22, 2011
Delivereads serves curated articles direct to your Kindle. Simple.

Delivereads serves curated articles direct to your Kindle. Simple.

May 18, 2011
How much to read anything you ever wanted?

An article over at Kottke.org tries to figure out a model for ‘the best digital book club ever’, or a sort of Spotify for books. It starts with the question

What would you pay for digital access to any book published, as much as you want, on any device you want? $100/month would be a no-brainer

and moves to a discussion of how such a service might work. It includes this quote from Kevin Kelly:

  • Very likely, in the near future, I won’t “own” any music, or books, or movies. Instead I will have immediate access to all music, all books, all movies using an always-on service, via a subscription fee or tax. I won’t buy - as in make a decision to own — any individual music or books because I can simply request to see or hear them on demand from the stream of ALL. I may pay for them in bulk but I won’t own them. The request to enjoy a work is thus separated from the more complicated choice of whether I want to “own” it. I can consume a movie, music or book without having to decide or follow up on ownership.
  • For many people this type of instant universal access is better than owning. No responsibility of care, backing up, sorting, cataloging, cleaning, or storage. As they gain in public accessibility, books, music and movies are headed to become social goods even though they might not be paid by taxes. It’s not hard to imagine most other intangible goods becoming social goods as well. Games, education, and health info are also headed in that direction.

May 17, 2011

Ed Sheeran…Big up iBooks! Big up Angry Birds!

(Source: youtube.com)

May 17, 2011
Loving http://hobolobo.net, an evolving story that you scroll along to reveal the characters and story. Has a paper theatre feel to it, but the swift scrolliness brings something to it that could only be achieved digitally. 

Loving http://hobolobo.net, an evolving story that you scroll along to reveal the characters and story. Has a paper theatre feel to it, but the swift scrolliness brings something to it that could only be achieved digitally. 

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