It says so in an advert. We’ve all been there. via
As part of the Radio 1 and 1Xtra challenge Trevor Nelson and his crew dropped into glue recently to check out his alternative career as a “coding genius”. Rob gave them a sneak peak at how we created our latest campaign for Bacardi. (Click the pic – opens in new a window) http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/takecontrol/2008/video/video_trevor_nelson.shtml It’s calledContinue reading “A Film Crew, and Radio 1 Xtra Come To Visit”
Standard apps 1st page, everything else by colour. It’s a good looking alternative to grouping apps by “usage” and finding the right icon is really quick.
Really good post from Ben Terret about the idea of Play Small. Spot on. One thing that really brings home Play Small to me is iPhone web pages. Most people would assume that a mobile web page is a compromise. Not as good or as rich as the main page. The thing is, more andContinue reading “Play Small”
Jack Dorsey Presents Twitter from biz stone on Vimeo. A lot of people ask me ‘What is Twitter?’ and to be honest it’s kinda hard to explain so it’s over to company founder Jack Dorsey to give some background on Twitter and its current use. Turns out it’s a lot more than letting your friendsContinue reading “Andy: writing about a video called “Presenting Twitter?””
This is an example of when things “just work”. To be able to mock the concept of watching “movies” on-the-go, whilst using Apple-esque simplicity is inspired. The original clip comes from the special edition DVD of Inland Empire. The use of language is evocative and Lynchs’ delivery is captivating. The anti-Jobs? Love it. via NicolaContinue reading “David Lynch shares his thoughts about watching films on mobile phones.”
Google can now tap into information broadcast from mobile towers to approximate your devices current location on the map. “It’s not GPS, but it comes pretty close..” Google explains on its website. I’ve installed this and tried it in New York. It’s amazingly accurate, and on my N95 you can activate true GPS too. VeryContinue reading “Want GPS on non-GPS phones? Check out the new Google Maps beta.”