Manything, Emmatoc, ‘Pataphysics and Industrial Perception

Manything are a very interesting UK startup for turning your old iPhone or iPad into a CCTV device. A small step to broadcast I’m sure. Another kind of broadcast, “Writtle Calling: 2emmatoc“: “Writtle Calling: 2emmatoc is a temporary radio station and structure that will be sited in the Essex landscape during September 2012. The station will host a […]

Building a Moonshot Factory, Glass API and Collective, Wavelet Trees

Astro Teller‘s talk at SXSW Interactive 2013 – all about Google [x]. Elliot Woods (@elliotwoods) 09/04/2013 08:46 Mirror API demo makes Google Glass seem like a @bergcloud Little Printer for your always-on peripheral vision… “Google Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers have teamed up to form the Glass Collective. We’re excited by the promise of the Glass platform. Developers are already […]

MetaBroadcast, Walter Bosse and the Genius of British Woodwork

@HellicarLewis We loved meeting @MetaBroadcast today. Very very very interesting and lovely danishes too. #metaftw @MetaBroadcast @HellicarLewis We had a lovely time, too, a serious case of ‘great minds…’. Also, we’ve a gift for you. At MetaBroadcast, we saw a few examples of Walter Bosse‘s work. They are doing some very interesting research into looking at the social activity […]

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The Anti-preneur manifesto, Anscombes Quartet and Deep Learning

Danielle Leduc publishes the anti-preneur manifesto: “I don’t want to be a designer, a marketer, an illustrator, a brander, a social media consultant, a multi-platform guru, an interface wizard, a writer of copy, a technological assistant, an applicator, an aesthetic king, a notable user, a profit-maximizer, a bottom-line analyzer, a meme generator, a hit tracker, a […]

A Quantum Theory of Love

Is love a quantum entanglement? Do you start to share particles? When two are further apart, both feel the link just as strong. When someone passes away, is the entanglement still there on a quantum level?

Strikingly, Le Wei at Google and Openwashing

I read about Strinkgly on Forbes recently – imagine a blogging service that worked like this? A single page that went on forever – it seems it’s just being used for more website content at the moment – path to profitability I suppose. Le Wei is at Google now – working on Plus apparently. More on […]

EVO, Vale Tudo and Kilian Eng

How to watch EVO – the biggest digital fighting championship in the world. I don’t think it will be that long before real life boxing or American football is banned, is uninsurable or not taken up by the youth – EVO must be the replacement. It’s always a good sign when a subculture evolves its […]