Click Suite has a new blog…now I can write about all things new media in work time. Whohoo! Go here to take a look.
Interesting to hear that LEGO, the large family owned European toy maker is launching an online world, LEGO Universe next year as part of a Massive Multiplayer Online Game (MMOG). Me and the boys had only recently discovered an application, LEGO Digital Designer, that you can download from the LEGO site that lets you digitally […]
I’m exhausted. What a great two days – I was overwhelmed by many web aficionados who passionately presented a myriad of topics: from the history of Open Source, to becoming “Unstuck” to “Managing Design” to “Web 2.Odium”…and more. At the end of the first day I was having difficulty remembering all the speakers I had […]
Given Bill Gates’ predictions for the future – the death of the mouse – this little video shows how far touch screens have come. Previously touch screens would only allow one input…Jeff Han shows this huge screen where multiple users can interact with many touch points. It’s pretty impressive.
I have always thought that Web 2.0 companies choose names that look like bad txt messages: Flickr , IYomu , Bebo etc. I made a comment on Umami to the same effect – Johnny had been to Tech Crunch earlier this year and virtually every company had nonsensical names. So I found this quiz that […]