Monthly Archives: September 2010

Testing iphone video

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Online Banking Startup Think Finance Secures $90 Million Line of Credit

Think Finance is announcing that they’ve secured a $90 million credit facility from Victory Park Capital Advisors. This massive line of credit will be used to develop, expand and underwrite, Elastic, Think Finance’s web-based bank account replacement product. Elastic is … Continue reading

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Never Mind the Bullets – BEAUTY OF THE WEB

As the web and its technologies continue to evolve, we prepare to enter the age of HTML5. Created for «Beauty of the Web» in honor of the launch of Internet Explorer 9, «Never Mind the Bullets» offers the traditional comic … Continue reading

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Listen: Jazzy D&B

Its Murder by Ez Rollers  Download now or listen on posterous its murder.mp3 (9534 KB) its murder by EZ Rollers Enjoy..  I sure do.. View/comment on the original post at blog.cankoklu

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Following Facebook’s Most Recent Changes, Developers Worry About Virality

The changes can be boiled down to six major points (further explained in our earlier post and live blog): Automatic app bookmarking New left-hand side dashboard navigation for games Collapsed stories about apps will be expanded back into multiple feed … Continue reading

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The Future of the Book. on Vimeo

http://player.vimeo.com/video/15142335?portrait=0 via vimeo.com Meet Nelson, Coupland, and Alice — the faces of tomorrow’s book. Watch global design and innovation consultancy IDEO’s vision for the future of the book. What new experiences might be created by linking diverse discussions, what additional … Continue reading

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Children’s Websites: Usability Issues in Designing for Kids (Jakob Nielsen’s Alertbox)

The biggest finding in both the new and old research is the need to target very narrow age groups when designing for children. Indeed, there’s no such thing as “designing for children,” defined as everybody aged 3–12. At a minimum, … Continue reading

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Funny animation/game about #Twitter.

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Considering a Skunk Works? Think Again – Adam Richardson – Harvard Business Review

A small group operating autonomously can indeed succeed with audacious goals and produce something stunning. But it’s one thing to have a one-off innovative product and quite another to have a ubiquitous innovation process. The problem with skunk works is … Continue reading

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Dan Pink on the surprising science of motivation

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