Maybe you should stop reading this…

Mar 4, 2009 | Tech News

Maybe you should stop reading this…

  WHAT IS IT? It all started with David Allen and his Getting Things Done system. An approach for our modern ADD lifestyles that allows one to focus on just the ‘Next Action’ required to get anything done when you’re in the appropriate context such as on the phone, at… Read More 

Conversations on the Internet: Part I

Feb 18, 2009 | Mobile & Web

Conversations on the Internet: Part I

  [I’ve recently been thinking a lot about how conversations are handled on the Internet, and as I explore the subject I’ll be writing additional posts on the subject. This is the first installment of my thoughts] In the last 10 years, the world has come to know and love… Read More 

Making your customer work

Feb 18, 2009 | Tech News

Making your customer work

  WHAT IS IT? As product designers we spend a lot of effort fine tuning our user experiences, making sure that our customers find our product as easy to use as possible, making the features as discoverable and accessible as possible. We take our product and put it in front… Read More 

aMap, I see your point…

Feb 17, 2009 | Mobile & Web

aMap, I see your point…

  WHAT IS IT ? aMap is short for ‘argument map’. The idea’s very simple – to get more people arguing by mapping out complex debates in a simple visual format. When I recently came across this concept I groaned as I’d been hatching a similar concept over the last… Read More 

trustbook?

Feb 17, 2009 | Mobile & Web

trustbook?

  WHAT IS IT? Over the last few days there’s been somewhat of an online furor over a change in Facebooks Terms of Service, the rules and regulations that almost everyone ignores when they sign up for a new service or site on the web. As the consumerist headline noted,… Read More 

boxee: open source hacking goes mainstream

Feb 4, 2009 | Mobile & Web | Tech News

boxee: open source hacking goes mainstream

As a card holding member of Apple Fanboy Association, I have been using an Apple TV for close to six months. It’s a great appliance/device for the living room, working nicely with my Macs and iTunes to deliver a good media center experience, and has increasingly cut into my Netflix… Read More 

Please, let me pay for email delivery!

Feb 4, 2009 | Mobile & Web

Please, let me pay for email delivery!

Late last year, as part of the lolligift Friends and Family launch, we learned a fact of (web) life that so defied common sense, that it has me yearning to pay money for something that is free. You see, as a child of the first web revolution in the late… Read More 

Get your tinfoil hat on…

Feb 3, 2009 | Mobile & Web

Get your tinfoil hat on…

  WHAT IS IT? Plinky is for those of us who like to share. The twitterers, the facebook status updaters, the bloggers and the criminally insane…ok I made up the last one and lets face it the first three was probably inclusive of the last anyway….I digress. In their own… Read More 

iGiphts – Simple, Smart and Fun

Feb 3, 2009 | Mobile & Web

iGiphts – Simple, Smart and Fun

WHAT IS IT? iGiphts is a virtual gift application for the iPhone. The next time you want to brighten somebody’s day for a birthday, get well or fun occasion iGiphts has a wide selection of really high quality illustrations and imagery that look great on the iPhone along with a… Read More 

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