Links for 17 November 2009

  • YouTube – TAT augmented ID – With a mobile device and face recognition software from Polar Rose, Augmented ID enables you to discover selected information about people around you
  • Podcast | dConstruct 2009 – “All the sessions at dConstruct 2009 have been recorded and are being delivered via the magic of podcasting”
  • Mockingbird – “an online tool that makes it easy for you to create, link together, preview, and share mockups of your website or application”
  • Story – the conference – This sounds like a good idea
  • Frankenlab – “This is the home of Dr. Victor Emelius Frankenstory, eponymous inventor of the world famous writing game, and a place where he will be regularly displaying and dissecting his favourite stories”
  • CultureLabel: an aggregator for the arts – “Essentially, CultureLabel enables the online purchase of products that were previously only available from each institution’s in-gallery store on the way out”
  • The App Garden on Flickr – “Here you’ll find home grown applications created by Flickr members (like you!) using the Flickr API. The garden continues to flourish so go forth and frolic amongst the apps!”
  • Digital Theatre – ‘working in partnership with Britain’s leading theatre companies… to capture live performance authentically onscreen’. Interesting this. Presumably there’s much more to come – it’s launched with just one production available (despite apparenty having several partners) and the website itself is currently missing a whole host of tricks
  • Michael Bierut: 5 Secrets from 86 Notebooks – “Digging into the 86 notebooks he’s kept over the course of his career, Bierut walks us through 5 projects – from original conception to final execution – extracting a handful of simple lessons (e.g. the problem contains the solution; don’t avoid the obvious) at the foundation of brilliant design solutions”. I haven’t watched this yet, but I fully intend to
  • Inside the App Economy – BusinessWeek
  • FIFA Earth – I am impressed by this
  • Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript – “You can write iPhone apps quickly and efficiently using your existing skills with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. This book shows you how with lots of detailed examples, step-by-step instructions, and hands-on exercises”

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