Sumally

Sumally has been described as the Pinterest of Japan. I don't actually agree, because they've done a remarkably good job separating items into Wants and Haves. A secretly powerful tool to turn commerce on shortly. After using it for a…

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Path x Nike Fuelband

Posted on June 30, 2012 Under Life 0 Comments

I invested in my friend Dave Morin's company Path a few years ago, and I'm thrilled to watch it progress– especially around sophisticated brand integration. This Path x Nike Fuelband partnership is perfect. Path users can now pair up their account…

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Chrome for iOS

Posted on June 30, 2012 Under Life 1 Comment

I tried it. I'm impressed. Check out Chrome for iOS on your iPhone and iPad. I think it's time for Apple to up the ante on their mobile browser, that's for sure.

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Swap-O-Matic

Posted on June 4, 2012 Under Life 0 Comments

This brilliant experiment was created by Parsons School of Design student Lina Fenequito. The Swap-O-Matic vending machine is designed for user to give, take, or swap anything that fits inside the compartments. People have traded items like original art, poems,…

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GoDaddy Debacle

Image via Soshable I have mostly been watching the SOPA news from the sidelines the past few weeks– at least until the supporter list came out. Not so surprisingly, GoDaddy was on there, and the internet went into an uproar.…

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Cowbird

Posted on December 8, 2011 Under Life 0 Comments

My friend Jonathan Harris never ceases to amaze me. He's one of the most thoughtful and talented people in the world. His latest project Cowbird has an audacious goal- in his word, to become the public library of human experience,…

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Stealth Iconography

Check out my friend Rob Walker's article on Stealth Iconography: The Waveform over at the Design Observer. Fascinating and fun!

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Don’t Fear The Interenet

Posted on July 31, 2011 Under Life 1 Comment

Amazing. I wish Don't Fear the Internet was around when I started playing on the web. Consider sending this to everyone you know. Are you a print designer, photographer, fine-artist, or general creative person? Do you have a shitty website…

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The Talks

Posted on July 14, 2011 Under Life 0 Comments

The Talks is a website featuring interviews with actors, artists, designers, musicians - people who influence culture.  Looks promising and reminds me of the SpearTalks series we used to do here back in the day.

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Poetry Bombing

Posted on June 28, 2011 Under Art 1 Comment

Artist Agustina Woodgate has been going into thrift stores and secretly sewing poems inside clothes. Awesome. Via Booooooom

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