What would a teaspoonful of neutron star do to... →
Sure, it’s something like a million degrees Kelvin, but compared to the other problems you’re likely to encounter, that’s child’s play. An entertaining article, well worth a read. I love space an all the astronomically high numbers therein.
Everything’s social: a day in the life of Jack, a... →
An interesting but fictional forray into how [over] socially connected IMO we could eventually become. Prepare for many more status updates… He’s really not quite sure what to make with the random contents in his fridge, so he logs-in to BakeSpace to ask the culinary community what he can make with his rather odd mix of ingredients. Within an hour, he’s tucking into his first ever stuffed ...
Why Twitter shouldn't pull the plug on Tweetdeck →
Although the app [TweetDeck] is favored by a number of power users, some have argued that Twitter is really focused on its broad user base — most of whom either use the Twitter website or mobile apps — and therefore it doesn’t have any interest in TweetDeck. That statement right there answers it. Twitter Pro. Why not? Make Tweetdeck the pro tool for managing business accounts and charge a fee....
Does the Web Play a Role in Design Homogenization? →
Exclusive communities make belonging a currency of sorts, where it takes either fame or hard work to be accepted. The harder it is to get into a community, the more fearful people are of potential ostracism.