time and place

time and place

Fifteen-Year Olds Create Reserverr, Hoping To Replace Your Calendar

Multi-Layered Design: Guidelines and Examples

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  By Cameron ChapmanThere have been tons of posts about minimalist and simple web design. It’s something every designer should consider and study, as minimalist and simple design principles are important in a lot of website designs. But there’s been such a focus on clean and minimalist design in recent...
Multi-Layered Design: Guidelines and Examples
Bump's New App Flock Creates Shared Photo Albums With Friends Without Interrupting Your Life
Here’s what Wikipedia looks like over time and place

This was our Macworld

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This was our Macworld. Other Macworlds were different. But this one was ours. Macworld | iWorld 2012 was not the event of old, where Steve Jobs put sneaker to keynote stage and introduced us to everything from the iPhone to the MacBook Air, and where Apple’s massive booth, and...
This was our Macworld

NYC Generation Tech: A new initiative to turn high schoolers into tech innovators

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Following New York’s plan to create several specialized tech high schools backed by Fred Wilson and Bloomberg, the city has just announced a program aimed at turning high school students into tech innovators. Yes, this may be the absolute best time and place to be a geek at 16. The...
NYC Generation Tech: A new initiative to turn high schoolers into tech innovators
Humility, Pt. 2

Author Jonathan Franzen Thinks That Ebooks Mean The World Will No Longer Work

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It's sometimes entertaining to see people who have lived in a particular world for a long time get totally freaked out by new technologies. Such is the case of famed author Jonathan Franzen who seems absolutely horrified by the concept of ebooks. Why? Because digital just doesn't feel permanent enough...
Author Jonathan Franzen Thinks That Ebooks Mean The World Will No Longer Work
Here Is New York

Readability + Denso = Watchability

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Readability is the hot new kid on the block which launched its gorgeous new iOS app last week. Readability provides you with a multi-platform way to enjoy reading and lets you time (and place shift) reading to your favorite device. We at Denso believe in the same vision for video...
Readability + Denso = Watchability

Dailyplaces: Location-Based Microblogging

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We are no longer restricted by the ball and chain of desktop computers and ethernet cables. We create content from wherever we please, making location an ever increasing part of that content, and applications like Dailyplaces are helping to bring time and place to the forefront of content creation. Dailyplaces...
Dailyplaces: Location-Based Microblogging

Sponsored post: Your stuff, your way. No matter where you are

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You’ve got work to do. And when you want to be productive, you shouldn’t be limited by restrictions such as time and place. Enter Cubby by LogMeIn — the easiest way to sync and share your stuff digitally. Flexibility for your stuff Most cloud solutions force you to conform to their...
Sponsored post: Your stuff, your way. No matter where you are

Yardsale for iOS might be the quickest way to sell all of the stuff sitting around your house

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When it’s time to get that new goodie that Apple just announced, most geeks start looking around the house for things to sell, or at least I do. Whether it’s an outdated phone, or a pair of shoes that never made their way out of the box, there’s money to...
Yardsale for iOS might be the quickest way to sell all of the stuff sitting around your house

MIT wants you to print your own paper robots

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According to researchers at MIT and the University of Pennsylvania, one day in the not too distant future you’ll be able to design, print and build your own robot. The researchers have so far received a $10 million grant from the National Science Foundation to develop the necessary technology.The multi-disciplinary...
MIT wants you to print your own paper robots
INFOGRAPHIC: Inside The Mobile Real-Time Bidding Ad Ecosystem

Facebook Events: Now Making Casual Get-Togethers Easier

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Some events in life are spontaneous—such as catching a movie, meeting a friend for dinner or taking an impromptu day trip. So today, we're making it easier to let your friends know about those last-minute plans in our new version of Facebook Events. You can now create an event directly...
Facebook Events: Now Making Casual Get-Togethers Easier

Here's A Picture Of "Amazon Locker" -- The New Delivery Box Amazon Is Using To Take Over The World

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Legendary venture capitalist Bill Gurley of Benchmark Capital (@bgurley) just tweeted this picture of "Amazon Locker," the new delivery box Amazon is using to create a physical delivery box near you. The locker appears to have been spotted in the wild. According to Amazon, there are now boxes at selected...
Here's A Picture Of "Amazon Locker" -- The New Delivery Box Amazon Is Using To Take Over The World

Tom Cruise On A Tilted Bridge

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Tom Cruise On A Tilted Bridge: Kevin Holmes for The Creators Project: At some point in your life, you've had a movie poster on the wall of your home. Maybe in your student days when you thought you were the first person to discover the French New Wave you had...
Tom Cruise On A Tilted Bridge

First-Time Startup Entrepreneurs: Stop Fucking Around

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Editor’s note: Paul Stamatiou is Co-founder of Picplum, a Y Combinator-backed photo printing service, where he obsesses over both design and development. He also co-founded Notifo (YC W10) and Skribit. Follow him on his blog, PaulStamatiou.com, and on Twitter: @Stammy. Reminisce with me for a bit. Do you remember the first time you got...
First-Time Startup Entrepreneurs: Stop Fucking Around

Foodies' photo-sharing service Burpple finally lands on Android

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The well-worn cliché among social networking Luddites is that Twitter and the likes are nothing more than tools for dullards wishing to share what they had for breakfast. Whether you agree with that assertion or not, there’s certainly no denying that people do indeed love sharing words and pictures of...
Foodies' photo-sharing service Burpple finally lands on Android
Apple Adds A Clarifying Description To Its "Apps For Passbook" Page In The App Store

Social Discovery App Sonar Gets New Investment From Bing Fund, Announces It Via Vine

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Sonar, a social discovery service (and TechCrunch Disrupt alumni) that was among the top apps at last year’s SXSW in Austin, is today announcing new investment from Bing Fund. This angel fund and incubator program from Microsoft was publicly revealed this summer, allowing Microsoft to partner with entrepreneurs, which can then receive subsidies...
Social Discovery App Sonar Gets New Investment From Bing Fund, Announces It Via Vine

AMD computers run 500,000 Android apps with Bluestacks

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Today is a day of celebration for Android app addicts who own an AMD-powered computer: The chip-maker has partnered with Bluestacks to bring 500,000 Android mobile apps to the PC. A new AMD App Zone website contains both the Bluestacks virtualization software and an app store with featured free apps available...
AMD computers run 500,000 Android apps with Bluestacks

LG Nexus 4 shows up in white at Google I/O (hands-on)

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A checkerboard-style glitter pattern with a white background? Yes, please. We've always been impressed by the elegant look and feel of LG's Nexus 4, announced alongside Android 4.2 last October, and now Google is making an ivory version of the device available to (hopefully) the masses. The twist: it...
LG Nexus 4 shows up in white at Google I/O (hands-on)

Anti-Piracy Group Threatens To Sue ISPs Over TV Show 'Piracy'

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For decades TV companies lived in the moment, transmitting TV shows at a certain time and date and expecting their customers to adapt to their predetermined schedules. Be around when the show airs, be around for the repeat, or miss it forever, the business model used to dictate. Technologies such...
Anti-Piracy Group Threatens To Sue ISPs Over TV Show 'Piracy'

This Latest Google Now Ad Has Me Hating Siri

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Google’s ad campaigns haven’t always been the best. Remember that silly Google+ ad that tried to put a romantic spin on Circles, only to make it look like a whole lot of work? Well, the search firm has stepped up their game for the latest Nexus 4/Google Now ad,...
This Latest Google Now Ad Has Me Hating Siri

Too lazy for Pandora? Songza’s music concierge will suggest the right tunes to match your mood

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Back on March 5th, streaming music service Songza released a new feature on its web app called Concierge. “We found in studies that the main thing people disliked about Pandora and Spotify was having to work at discovering new music,” Elias Roman, co-founder and CEO, told me during a visit...
Too lazy for Pandora? Songza’s music concierge will suggest the right tunes to match your mood

Health 2.0 Conference: Big Data Making A Big Impact

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At the end of the Health 2.0 Conference earlier this month, I sat down with the event's co-founders Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya to discuss the big trends. I'd been impressed and excited by the innovation demonstrated at Health 2.0. It turns out much of it was driven by Big...
Health 2.0 Conference: Big Data Making A Big Impact

Here are the 16 teams vying for glory in LeWeb's 2012 Startup Competition

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Huge conference LeWeb is a firm fixture on the European tech events calendar, pulling in attendees from across the world to meet, network, do business and socialize in Paris each December. So, it’s no surprise that the LeWeb Startup Competition is one of the most high-profile places that a company can launch...
Here are the 16 teams vying for glory in LeWeb's 2012 Startup Competition

Microsoft's Bing Fund invests in social discovery app Sonar

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New York City startup Sonar announced today that is has received a strategic investment from Microsoft’s Bing Fund. Sonar taps into social networks to tell you how you’re connected to people nearby and in locations you’ve checked into. It’s part of a crowd of social discovery apps, which includes...
Microsoft's Bing Fund invests in social discovery app Sonar
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