An interesting observation on the changes in Apple’s advertising campaigns: it’s no longer about “here’s how great you (the user) can be”, instead it’s increasingly about “here’s how great we (the company) can be.”
This is rather wonderful: a DevFort project for navigating interweaving strands of history, James Burke style.
Oh, this is good! British Sea Power are doing a monthly residency at The Haunt in Brighton. I’ve got my ticket for the first show.
I should just have a recurring event in my calendar set for every week that says “Go watch this again to regain your sense of perspective.”
The Powerhouse Museum in Sydneyâ€”who have been doing some great stuff with public tagging alreadyâ€”have joined the Library of Congress in putting their photographic collection online for crowdsourced tagging.
Joe shares his experiences of public speaking. There's some great advice here.
Tara talks about the damaging effect on women who believe that to protect themselves, they cannot be truly open online.
Fantastic collection of user-tagged content at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney.
Stewart Butterfield and Caterina Fake are on the cover of Newsweek. How cool is that?
Send your battered old copy of 1984 to the Oakland Tribune. When they get 537 copies, they will be sent to every member of the House of Representatives and Senate.
A list of articles discussing the impact of a reliance on PowerPoint® and bullet-point based communication.