Researchers study how people think about what is... →
Pinterest, Now Rich with Pinformation →
There’s a new type of pin around
A year without the internet →
Awesome article about paul Miller, a Verge writer who took a year off from the Internet. Interestingly, he realized that he didn’t need to be offline to find the real him, because he was being himself online.
Researching implicit memory: Get to the truth →
Really nice article visualizing how emotional memory affects decision making
Meet the First Digital Generation Wired.com →
A really nice analysis of what at GSP call Gen C
“The past twenty years have been an absolute low point,” he told me. “Nobody...– Does Buzzfeed Know the Secret? — New York Magazine
Innovation is about saying no →
People think focus means saying yes to the thing you’ve got to focus on. But that’s not what it means at all. It means saying no to the hundred other good ideas that there are. You have to pick carefully. I’m actually as proud of the things we haven’t done as the things I have done. Innovation is saying “no” to 1,000 things. - Steve Jobs
A new agency model or just the beginning of wider... →
It’s interesting to see Omnicom and Pepsi working in a way that focuses on the right teams and not the right agency. This is an entirely logical step as the value an agency provides is a culture or place where talent flourishes, but the talent is what ultimately matters. But strip away the agency and what do you have? You have a hub strategy similar to the of Co or even (to an...
Design with Intent toolkit →
101 ways to change behavior
4 Rules For Fostering Good Habits →
Despite their good intentions, people lose willpower and make bad decisions. here’s how to create digital products that help users keep themselves in line, in spite of themselves.
Your password is a gesture →
Passboard is a wrist band that allows you to verify and access your personal mobile apps using your own voice & face, your location, using motion or tokens based verification.
How Apps Are Reordering The Jobs Landscape →
gigaom: Big publishers sign on to New York Times... →
gigaom: Big publishers sign on to New York Times sticky ad tool http://bit.ly/XIGjwA
gigaom: Vimeo on Demand launches to let creators... →
gigaom: Vimeo on Demand launches to let creators charge for videos http://bit.ly/ZHLywD
Tablet mobile traffic now eclipses smartphone...
Adobe analyzed more than 1 billion visits for more than 1,000 websites and found that 8% of traffic came from tablets. That ranks ahead of the 7% of visits that came from smartphones. Of course, that leaves 85% or so percent of Web traffic still coming from desktop PCs and laptops. Full...
davidmwessel: 'Never sequester your opportunities'... →
davidmwessel: ‘Never sequester your opportunities’ —- TD Ameritrade ad on page one of WSJ #budget
PSFK: DJ Software Developers Create Mixer For... →
PSFK: DJ Software Developers Create Mixer For Beginners http://bit.ly/13tUGZr
Wearable Technogy →
Here is some really nice work by Frog Design on what might bethe future of wearable tech
TheNextWeb: The Bakery launches to cook up an... →
TheNextWeb: The Bakery launches to cook up an ad-tech focus to startup acceleration in London http://bit.ly/13ikNC9 by @jemimah_knight
TheNextWeb: Thalmic Labs launches MYO, an armband... →
TheNextWeb: Thalmic Labs launches MYO, an armband that lets you control gadgets with just your fingers and hands http://bit.ly/YSjrbB by @nisummers
TheNextWeb: Synage Software's Brightpod, a... →
TheNextWeb: Synage Software’s Brightpod, a collaboration app for digital marketers, readies for launch http://bit.ly/YSjqV9 by @aghoshal
sclosson: @debkmorrison @marklewis_sf THANK YOU!... →
sclosson: @debkmorrison @marklewis_sf THANK YOU! My hand cramped trying to copy it all and I failed to keep up! Wise, wise words!
Be Funny (But Not Too Funny) In Your Ad Campaign →
Apparently humor has its limits.
edwardboches: Carnival Cruise: Equivalent of... →
edwardboches: Carnival Cruise: Equivalent of vacationing in the men’s room at Fenway Park. via WaitWaitDon’tTellMe
Man Meets Mushroom →
The new Nordic food movement
Brand Marketers Totally Miss Social Media... →
An over reliance on Facebook and lack offices on blogs is to blame
ethnomatters: From Drones to Vanity Camera... →
ethnomatters: From Drones to Vanity Camera @nicolasnova launches @ethnomatters’s 1st column on objects & humans, Infra/Extraordinary http://t.co/ThDqgzqt
RWW: Hack the mate you will love, @johnpaul... →
RWW: Hack the mate you will love, @johnpaul writes. http://t.co/gRhxqluF
The Future of Advertising 2020 →
Brilliant deck from Mark Earls and John Willshire
Facebook Posts Are More Memorable Than Faces and... →
The Science of Storytelling: Why Telling a Story... →
What we can learn from procrastination →
Just wow →
These Two Brothers Are as Inspiring as Anything You’ll See
Why startups shouldn’t shoot from the hip →
Trefis helps you understand how products Impacts... →
Awesome tool, awesome UI
Are neuroscientists the next great architects? →
Cool new resume design tool from visual.ly →
Undercurrent has developed it’s own Tumblr rating score. here’s a little on how it works. “A Numblr score is made up of three weighted variables that end up placing a Tumblr account on a scale from 10-100. We capture every post a Tumblr has authored to calculate the score. For the purposes of this report, we rounded scores to the nearest whole number. The most influential...
Real Gamification Mechanics Require Simplicity... →
A really great article by game designer Tadhig Kelly debunking a lot of myths around game mechanics .
Write the cliche first, then recognize you just wrote a cliche and rewrite it....– The Pixar Way of Writing
gigaom: This small plug and your smartphone could... →
gigaom: This small plug and your smartphone could save you electricity http://t.co/rIdrJkvj