TV Rewiew > Persons Unknown
Persons Unknown is about a bunch of strangers who are kidnapped and find themselves in a strange and empty town. Truly this is all it is about, nothing more. More like a mix between Big Brother and SAW II, but in much worse. It is poorly acted and the story is boring as hell. Even after 4 episodes it doesn’t get more interesting. My rating: 1.5/5
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HTML5 - Periodic Table of the Elements →
Very nice way of representing all the W3C proposed HTML5 tags. I think it is even the first time you can truly get a sense of what it is in single page/graphic.
Call Phones From Gmail →
Awesome plugin… I wonder if I still need skype on my laptop.
The HTML5 Experiments of Hakim El Hattab →
Very nice HTML5 experiments. I very like the game Sinous. It could be a winner on the iPhone.
Devour.com - Awesome Hand-Picked Videos →
About Devour: Around 25 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute. It would take you approximately 1700 years to watch all those millions of videos. So good luck trying to find something worth watching on your lunch break. Devour is here to help. Using a scientifically technologically artificially intelligently awesomely robotically humanly system (we hand-pick every video on the...
A Design Is Only As Deep As It Is Usable →
Good article by Louis Lazaris.
Why Apple's iTV Will Change Everything →
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The future of Self-Service Banking →
Rethinking the self-service banking ATM for BBVA by IDEO. When everyone is aligned in a single and same direction, you do achieve great things. (thx Pat)
The trouble with the world is that the stupid are so confident while the...
How Technology Is Renewing Attention to Long-form... →
When we’re constantly inundated with information via e-mail, text messages, push alerts, tweets and Facebook updates, it’s hard to make time for that 5,000-word New Yorker essay we bookmarked or the serial narrative we keep telling ourselves we’ll read but never do. Interesting article about my favorite app of all time: Instapaper. Reading it, I have discover Longform.org, a site that...
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