mixtape? I always had this dream of taking the tape to my ears and listening to the music without any Walkman player. Well, 20 years later, my dream came true.
PS: The mixtape components are made on a
MakerBot Replicator 3D printer, and available on the Thingiverse network.
Street art is not restricted to urban areas anymore…
By Jonna Pohjalainen in Turku, Finland.
. More B-Arbeiten . Yarn Bombing / Guerrilla Crochet
Sorry, can’t find the artist
Cornelia Konrads: “The gate”, 2004, SenArt en Forêt, Fontainebleau, France.
Installation on the remains of two gate posts, stones, iron, concrete 3.5 x 5.0 x 0.8 m
Very nice advertising film for Batelco. Free the kid in you!
HD version here:
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Tagged Advertising, Batelco, Children, Creative, imagination
Jason Travis created this inspiring and useful collection of persona. Don’t miss it. There are 314 of them on his Flickr page.
Have you ever wondered how much money your
Facebook data is worth to the social networking giant in revenue every year? Try the Val-You Calculator.
Online privacy company Abine this simple tool quickly measures how much your data is worth to Facebook based on a range from $2 to $91. That’s how much Facebook will make from you each year, depending on how you answered the following 7 questions.
Where do you live?
How many Facebook firends do you have?
How do you use Facebook Libe buttons?
How many photos do you post on Facebook?
Do you have a farm, a gang, or play
Words With Friends? How much money do you make?
How long do you think you’ll be using Facebook?
Posted in Advertising, Facebook, Fun, How To, Social Media, Society |
Tagged Abine, Business, Data, Facebook, Initial public offering, Internet privacy, Privacy, Social media, Social networking service, Words With Friends
I just came across this film, apparently from 1969, describing what we would today call the Internet. It’s not very clear why one would need all these monitors, especially since the user interface is far from graphic, but it looks definitely stylish.
Posted in Fun, Future concepts, Society, User Experience |
Tagged 1969, apple, Business, Denim, future, Gap, Hardware, IPad, Japan, Shopping, vision of the future
An interesting video where kids are asked to use the 80s technology flagships (Tape recorder, home computer, arcade game). Make me feel like a dusty old wizard
“open your data now” speech from Tim Berner Lee on TED
And three clever usage of open data streams
1. This is Now Dashboard (Sprint Network)
2. Social Media Week
3. The state of the Internet