GoofyPoofy and other Customizations

Apr 13, 2009 | Tech News

GoofyPoofy and other Customizations

  WHAT IS IT ? Goofy Poofy is a fun new service due to launch this coming May. Somewhat of a Cabbage Patch Kids-esque revival, Goofy Poofys are “soft, one-of-a-kind plush monsters. Each one is truly unique and different from any other. At the monster ranch, we breed these plush… Read More 

Why I’m now like my 85 year old Auntie Em

Mar 18, 2009 | Tech News

Why I’m now like my 85 year old Auntie Em

WHAT IS IT? When I was a wee little lad my parents would drag my brother and I every now and again to visit my Auntie Phoebe and Auntie Em. They were two very caring, smart and elderly sisters who spent their days reminiscing and watching the TV. One of… Read More 

tilting perspectives

Mar 18, 2009 | Tech News

tilting perspectives

Bathtub IV from Keith Loutit on Vimeo. WHAT IS IT? Tilt Shift Photography refers to the use of tilt and a large aperture to achieve a very shallow depth of field. Typically taken with a special lens with a concertina mechanism, the effects often look as though the subjects have… Read More 

Full Frontal Nudity is Good for Democracy

Mar 4, 2009 | Mobile & Web | Tech News

Full Frontal Nudity is Good for Democracy

  WHAT IS IT? Anyone remembers this video, of School House Rock, on How a Bill becomes a Law? Often compared to sausage making, it’s neither a clean nor a neat process. Many versions of the bill are written and rewritten, negotiated and debated, amended and revised before it is… Read More 

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 

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 

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 

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