Kids Love Snapchat Because They See Facebook Like Adults See LinkedIn: It’s a platform where they can communicate and have fun without any anxiety about the permanence. You hear about kids not getting jobs because of what’s on their Facebook page.
NASA Finds A Thriving Fandom On Twitter: Twitter is a great way for NASA to give a behind-the-scenes look of what our training is like.
Apps Overtook Music In Less Than Five Years—All Of Big Media is Next: Apps overtook music as a business model from a zero start in less than five years. The trajectory would take the app business to a point an order of magnitude higher than music in a few more years.
How CEOs are clueless about technology: The president, like many other managers, is surely not uninterested in technology, nor unmindful of its uses and importance; he just thinks understanding its nuances is somebody else’s job, a supply chain process.
Satago: The online platform where small businesses and freelancers can anonymously report when they get paid by their clients.
ASAP54: A mobile app that lets you snap a photo, and automatically ID and buy the clothes you want.
Dive Into The Hallucinatory Analog Visions Of A Damaged VCR: Despite the carnage, there’s a warmth to the old analog technology, and the eerie soundtrack keeps the visual experience in synch.
Solar System Lab: Celestial bodies reimagined with home science.
Novoline: Andreas Gynsin’s Novoline is an animated, typographic visualization which uses random strings which gradually build patterns and rhymes to allow the animation to grow in complexity.
AIGA InsideOut SF: An exhibition and silent auction of printed work created by San Francisco’s most influential creatives. The works act as each artist’s personal interpretation of their city.
Levi Brooks is the CEO/Co-founder of Use All Five.
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