31 October 2011
October's Links to Love
Mini book jewelry.
Cheese or font?
Words as image:
Quiz: telling Arial and Helvetica apart (I only got 3 wrong, yay!).
We need more of this kind of dancing:
Can you do this with stills?:
Minimalist fairytale posters.
Beauty of dance:
How well can you kern?
Emotional revolution of typography.
Small Demons, connecting stories for literature buffs.
Insult like Shakespeare.
Cliffnotes meets Twitter meets book club.
Haiku for the single girl:
Funny reasons why Mormonism is not a cult.
Steve Young birthday flash mob:
Yes, I Love Technology:
Wouldn't you rather text business with your questions? (Y'all know I'm not a fan of phone calls.) TalkTo:
Stash stuff you find online at Pistashio.
See what happens when you scan your barcodes.
Meaningful conversations at Roundtable.
Finally, Apple's going to work on their map technology.
Prescreen: Indie movies online.
Meet Gatsby: meet nearby people based on shared interests.
Panoramic ball camera (don't drop it!):
Integrating technology and education at Imagination.
Employees and potential employees using Twitter to sway businesses.
Using social media to gang up on Bank of America.
Play with the history of Google Earth.
Google's 3D Amazon.
How to conduct personal networking in a new city.
Freecycle for your computer files! Bwa ha ha:
QR code for your roof (satellite usage).
Mix tapes and Hallmark turned QR code cards:
YouTube insult generator (seriously, though, what is it with YouTube comments?).
Adidas online fun.
Subscribe to receive mailed packages from influential people.
Apparently I have 22 slaves working for me. (I was shocked at the amount of clothes the site assumed I had!)
A candle to take care of your smell-the-newspaper needs.
If I actually had health insurance, I would use Cake Health to help me figure it all out.
Slow-motion, flying dogs with laser lights:
A German advertiser records his parents' reactions to the latest ad technologies.
Touchscreen gloves that won't leave your fingers cold.
Soapy fruit stickers.
Punjammies look divine.
I've often said that if I had a lot of money, I'd donate trees to cities. I like the look. But the "calmed traffic" of complete streets? I don't know if I want people to drive even slower.
Along the same lines, obligatory green roofs.
Cobra Weave Exploding Stick Bomb:
And, happy Halloween--photos of people in a haunted house!
Oops. House sold with corpse inside.
Patagonia and eBay get together.
Peel garlic easily:
Shopping guide to live by.
A sister's eulogy for Steve Jobs.