I saw this amazing wearable MP3 player by Dinard da Mata and thought I’d share it. Unfortunately this doesn’t currently exist. The interface is made of OLED and the wireless earbuds look amazing. Wearable tech is coming soon to a theater near all of us. With Project Glass, the iWatch and tech built into your clothes, …
I found this on Tumblr and thought I’d share it. Pretty good analogies and reaffirms that it’s good to tap into existing behaviors when you develop a business idea. YouTube represented by a window is pretty funny.
I can’t tell you how excited I am to be apart of the #glassexplorers program. #geekOUT!!! @michaelmyers You’re invited to join our #glassexplorers program. Woohoo! Make sure to follow us – we’ll DM in the coming weeks. — Project Glass (@projectglass) March 30, 2013
This amazing image has been making the rounds and really highlights how much has changed in the last 9 years. The photo was taken outside St Peters square when the new Pope was announced. Truly amazing. The mobile evolution makes the industrial revolution look like a hiccup. Nothing – not even the Internet – has …
This is a great interview with Mark Andreessen talking about the potential of context. Enjoy!
Mobile advertising has proven to be quite a challenge. But native advertising has shown real promise and in short, native advertising is in a medium that matches the content people are looking at. i.e. photos on Pinterest, promoted Tweets, etc. This is a nice little infographic that spells it out. Enjoy!
This is a good infographic outlining how you should construct a Tweet. You should also use whatever is applicable as guide for email subject lines. With 70%+ people reading their email on their mobile device, many of the 140 character rules apply.
This is a great video about some amazing technology! I get it takes some time to figure out how to use this tech but no more than watching someone figure out how to use a mouse for the first time.