Tag Archives: interactive

Coolness from Merc Benz!!

(I’m sure I am going to get in trouble for using explanation marks in the headline) So I have to admit that I when I saw a post from my brother (who wears Mercedes Benz pyjamas to bed) heralding one of the company’s sites as “the best website ever” on facebook, I was sceptical. I […]

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Capturing your Mood

There are lots of ways to organise the information on the web. Google “organise” the world’s information based on revealed and stated (either through search or consumption of content)  preference, interest or need. Facebook gets people to “like” things, and thereby organises the internet’s content via a big “word of mouth” engine (after all, who do you trust more […]

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Why fight?!

A recent piece in CNN written by social media site mashable’s founder Peter Cashmore talked about the battle between facebook and twitter. I know titles are meant to be all controversial and stuff, but “How facebook won the web” implies a level of finality that I think is far from reality. Certainly for now, and for […]

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Minority Report edging closer to reality

So I know its not exactly original to write about the topic of all the technology in the Minority Report movie (for example, see here), but recent chat in the office made me think about how every day brings us closer to world depicted in the film. A quick look across the internet yields the […]

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