I quite like the idea of broadcasting my URL from a friendchip bracelet.
Monday, October 9th, 2017
Thursday, January 31st, 2013
Spimify your household with these bluetooth location stickers. Now you can google your shoes.
Saturday, August 14th, 2010
Excellent! Warning labels for bad journalism for you to print off and stick on.
Friday, May 8th, 2009
Get Creative Commons stickers at the click of a button thanks to Brian and the Moo API.
Friday, September 12th, 2008
Thanks to Brian and the Moo API, you can know print your own microformats stickers.
Wednesday, November 14th, 2007
I don't think the end of Catcher In The Rye will have quite the same impact after browsing through the signs on display here. This is big and it is clever.
Friday, August 24th, 2007
"£5000 in £10 and £20 notes were individually dropped around the streets of London with a removable sticker." Clever.
Thursday, July 19th, 2007
I attended my first Brighton Geek Girl Dinner last week. I was there as a guest of Jessica—guys are permitted to attend if they are guests of girl attendees—but I was also present in the more official role of being a sponsor.
The event was partly sponsored by dConstruct. As part of the sponsorship deal, we’re giving away two sets of two tickets to the conference. If you’re a girl geek, you’ve got until July 31st to win these tickets (and you know how coveted they are). You can find all the details on Rosie’s blog.
Denise Wilton, who will be speaking at this year’s dConstruct, was the guest of honour at the dinner. She gave a great talk about building personality into applications. A lot of it was about the importance of good, suitable copy. This is the kind of thing that Tom Armitage talked about at Reboot this year in his presentation The Uncanny Valet. In fact, Tom specifically mentioned the example of “little moo” and “big moo”.
I was lucky enough to get a sneaky try of the latest product before it officially launched. As expected, the process of putting together a sticker book is straightforward and fun. And the stickers themselves are really nicely finished. I expect to see lots of these little pics cropping up on notebooks, laptops and mobile phones.
To celebrate the official launch of Moo stickers, there’ll be a party in London tonight. I’ll be going (of course!) and in true coals-to-Newcastle fashion, I’ll be bringing some stickers with me… microformats stickers, courtesy of Dan.
Monday, December 4th, 2006
Brilliant! I need to get some sticker paper so I can print out this picture and put it on my laptop.