A hardware+website combo lets you access your external hard drive from anywhere on the Internet.
A nice set of icons for designing iphone/ipod touch application toolbar buttons
An experiment to bring Twitter into the Telegraph website backfires, sadly. Too often the crowd creates the need for the moderation they say we don’t need. Frustrating.
Seth utterly shreds Microsoft’s ad efforts over the past two years, calling more of the same lack of rudder in the consumer market, and increasingly in the biz-sumer market.
I’m conflicted on this trick to get people using IE6 to update. Using their worst behaviour (activeX installs) to get them into something safer? Deception for good!
A compelling post that asks whether we rely too much on gains in technology to believe that we’re getting somewhere with what that tech can do. Not fully baked, but worth a read.
Makers of the excellent theft recovery app and service for Mac have brought it to the iPhone with the same cleverness.
An upset blogger gives the rundown on SlideShare April Fool’s Day joke gone wrong.
The scene of the crime, where SlideShare faces its community over a bungled April Fool’s Day joke.
Burger King’s edgy Facebook campaign was shut down in ten days, but that was long enough to expose what Facebook is most protective of: the relationship networks of its members.
Fearless, forward and free. A nonprofit interactive agency providing free website and media development to other nonprofits.
Why haven’t I seen these people before? The site is playful, the portfolio strong, and it’s most cool that the mission is R&D for the future of Good Times.