A look at the degree of diversity in Android devices, complete with pretty pictures. The term “fragmentation” is usually used in a negative way, but there are great points here about the positive effects for web developers and customers.
You say fragmentation, I say diversity.
Google’s datadump makes for a fascinating—and worrying—bit of data dumpster diving.
Julian Bleecker explains design fiction in the context of science fiction using the examples of gestural interfaces and virtual reality.
A perfect parody lampooning the shallow and cowardly reporting of most so-called science stories by the press (I'm looking at you, BBC).
The New York Times covers Everyblock, Outside.in, and their ilk.
I can't wait to get my personal annual report from Dopplr! In the meantime, I'll content myself with the very pretty example of Barack Obama's annual report.
Mimi Ito talks to the BBC about the findings of a report into teens geeking out online.
Yet more on the events I blogged about down the street, again from the local newspaper.
Here's the local paper's take on the happenings on my street that I blogged about.
I'm living on the cutting edge, apparently. This article is more like a press release meets an annual report, completely missing out the real reasons why Brighton is a cool place to live and work.
Millions of eyewitnesses watched in stunned horror Tuesday as light emptied from the sky, plunging the U.S. and neighboring countries into darkness. As the hours progressed, conditions only worsened.
Tom Coates, Heather Armstrong and others weigh in with their thoughts. Tom has a sexy radio voice.