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In Limbo and Cooking with Scorsese

Take a look at some of the latest ideas, products, and visuals for the week of March 29th brought to you by our strategists, designers, and developers.


In Limbo: What personal traces do we leave on the Internet? And just how permanent and public are they? These are the questions addressed by the new interactive film In Limbo, directed by Antoine Viviani.

The Shut-In Economy: In the new world of on-demand everything, you’re either pampered, isolated royalty — or you’re a 21st century servant.

Authentic Sharing: The sharing-economy companies are not a way to temper capitalism (and its tendency to generate selfish individualists); they just allow it to function more expediently.

Why Don’t Makers Have Higher Social Status?: Makers, from creatives to scientists and programmers, continue to lack the social status in America that is typical of other professions.


The Analog Memory Desk: A desk and tool to record all the small items you write down once, but intend to forget tomorrow.

eMotionButterflies: Ultra-light robots that flutter on uncanny flapping wings and incorporate a system of ten infrared cameras into a guided and monitored “intelligent networking system” that allows them to behave like a real-life flock. A web app the provides unique visualizations of your Lyft and Uber rides in order to assemble valuable statistical views.


Cooking With Scorsese: with this book – a black- and-white trailer for a full color feature to be published soon – they welcome you to join in this homage to both food, and to films that celebrate eating in all sorts of compelling ways.

The Algorithm Auction: For the first time ever the art of code is brought under the hammer.

Responsive Report 2014: No one said designing content for every possible environment was going to be easy.

Levi Brooks is the CEO/Co-founder of Use All Five.
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