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February 7, 2016 VODList

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This is a really cool collection of photography on Tumblr using movie action figures and mock recreation of scenes. Check it out here

February 15, 2014 Art, Photography

A really interesting look into the value of Facebook advertising and the estimated value of likes for your brand. It appears that the people who are paid to “like” brands are causing a real problem with engagement of actual fans. Draw you own conclusions here but it is a real eye opener if you are considering using Facebook advertising.

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I found this beautifully made site which details the current legal status of Bitcoin in each country. I would not count on the accuracy of the service for making any investment decisions but its a decent starting point. Check it out here

February 15, 2014 Business, Computing, Design, Economics, Technology

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I discovered this data brokerage service from GNIP which offers complete access to data sets from Twitter, Tumblr, Foresquare, WordPress and more, it also offers a partial service for companies like Facebook, Flickr, Instagram. I am not sure of the pricing model however it looks promising for large scale data mining. Check it out here

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I really like this web book on UX put together by Joel Marsh. I find its well put together and provides a really well written intro to key concepts. Find it here

February 15, 2014 Design

Some beautiful examples of cinedrones in action here.


I think the Oculus Rift VR headset has really made big improvements in the VR space. One of the key things it has solved is motion blur which caused discomfort for users previously. They have a developers SDK and kit which I am tempted to run some tests with. I see some interesting applications for interactive storytelling and also training specific skills. Oculus website here and some info about its potential from Wired here

I am quite interested to see the progression of drones and how this will impact the logistics business in the future. The is a very nice implementation called the Pocket Drone which is powerful enough to carry a GoPro. Its on Kickstarter here:

January 19, 2014 Computing, Hardware

Sony’s SmartBand seems quite versatile and a decent competitor to FitBit and the JawboneUP. It will be interesting to see how this goes and also if they add iOS support soon.

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