April 2010

Archives

walking men

Walking Men 99™ is a site-specific Public Art Installation, surrounding the site of the upcoming Four Seasons Hotel in NYC’s Downtown area, a photographic collage of 99 pedestrian traffic-light icons collected from around the world. The installation will remain on display for one year, starting January 16th, 2010 through January 15th, 2011.

Read more

Have fun organising a Geocaching event for iPhones

Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. The basic idea is to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, outdoors and then share your experiences online. Now you can geocache using your Apple iPhone and Groundspeak’s Geocaching iPhone Application. How It Works The iPhone 3G and […]

Read more

thoughts on Flash (by Steve Jobs)

Apple has a long relationship with Adobe. In fact, we met Adobe’s founders when they were in their proverbial garage. Apple was their first big customer, adopting their Postscript language for our new Laserwriter printer. Apple invested in Adobe and owned around 20% of the company for many years. The two companies worked closely together […]

Read more

Google Earth view comes to Google maps

Five years ago, shortly after Google’s acquisition of Keyhole, we introduced the first integration of Keyhole technology into Google Maps — Satellite view. Suddenly, you could see what places actually looked like from the air, and easily switch between this view and the map view. Mapping has never been the same. A few months later, the […]

Read more

Group buying: A billion-dollar Web trend?

Can we all get a better deal by making purchases together? That’s the idea behind a new breed of “group buying” Web sites — at least one of which may be valued at more than $1 billion. It’s hardly a stretch to predict that group buying will become one of the biggest Web trends of […]

Read more

Why Doesn’t Facebook Look Like This?

Read more

10 Radical Restaurant, Bistro and Cafe Designs

(Images via: Make Sweet, Spot Cool Stuff Travel, Cool Family Vacations, Trendir, Dirwell, Momoy, Juvan Design,  Restaurant Tycoons, Home Architecture & Interior Design, Modeco Design, Autojogja, Momoy) Feeling a little peckish? Longing for a dining experience that transcends the ordinary, taking your taste buds on an otherworldly journey into hot damnnnn territory? Fret not, foodies, for […]

Read more

windows phone 7 videos

Read more

Laptop charger adapter

Interesting idea…

Read more

Next iPhone handset forgotten in a bar

Gizmodo has a nice story on a prototype iPhone next generation forgotten in a bar. Looks like an Apple guy forgot the phone in a bar. The story is credible: the phone was inside a cover that made it look like a 3gs but when removed, a different phone… the new iPhone that we are […]

Read more

Mac latest update of the timemachine

I updated my mac and one of the new updates was the timemachine. I am running my time machine backing up in a Samba server (linux machine). This new update is deletes your old time machine in order to create a new one probably in a newer and more stable format. I decided to go […]

Read more

Google Adds Calendar Invitations to Gmail Messages

If you’re a Gmail user, you may have noticed a surprising new feature in your e-mail account this morning: There’s now an “Insert: Invitation” link adjacent to the “Attach a file” link in each new message you compose. The invitation addition makes scheduling meetings and setting up appointments via Gmail much easier. It also completes the […]

Read more

how to print from an iPad

Read more

Farm Radio NGO, helping African Farmers

Farm Radio International is a Canadian-based, not-for-profit organization working in direct partnership with approximately 330 radio broadcasters in 39 African countries to fight poverty and food insecurity. Their materials are also available electronically to broadcasters and to rural development organizations in Africa, Asia and Latin America. What do they do – Their program supports broadcasters in […]

Read more

Peace Corps Devs Win Web Award for Remix Site

Who knew the Peace Corps were Web developers? Certain African farmers did anyway. Now, with its AfricaRuralConnect project the recipient of an Interactive Media Council Outstanding Achievement Award, a lot more people know it too. ARC is a product of the National Peace Corps Association and provides a platform for Africans in the business of agriculture, and those […]

Read more
Go top