Archive for the ‘geekery’ Category

Ipsos-IOTX Austin Futures Group and UPSTREAM Design Innovation teams take a look at this years 2012 International CES pre-show, with trend observations, technology examples and recommended panels and exhibits.

Web Dimension

18, May 2011

[Repost from my entry at the openexchange.org.] Created by Google Creative Labs,”3 Dream’s In Black” is part art experiment, musical collaboration, part CGI video and breakthrough web coding assignment. Driving a culture of experimentation, all Googler’s are encouraged to pursue experiments both relatable and non-relatable to Google’s business. All to drive a passion of innovation. […]

NEW WORLD

11, Aug 2010

via whatconsumesme.com an update of the XKCD classic Posted via email from reeboot’s posterous

Jedi Impact

10, Jun 2010

via img117.imageshack.us This is quite old, but one of my favorite infographics of all time from Wired Magazine. Tracing the technology lineage of the Star Wars films and the impact of Industrial Light and Magic’s breakthroughs on multimedia, film and interactive technology it’s really interesting to dig into. Check out the fully interactive version on […]

Info Pretty

8, Jun 2010

Visualisation Magazine by Visualthinkmap: Infographic curation at it’s best (above cover of Volume 2).  Check out the newest edition (volume 3) published by here:

Post-It Pixels

22, Apr 2010

via rosiesiman.tumblr.com I guess I know what I’ll be doing this afternoon at the office. Posted via web from experiencefreak

Hello Rube

5, Apr 2010

This past week, I had the chance to speak at the University of Texas, McComb’s School of Business “Marketing Fellows” Customer Strategy program.   About what?  … social media of course.  It seems you can’t have a marketing, business or media conversation without social being front and center. And while I’m very much a participant […]

via blog.makezine.com [ via Make: Online : Monome’s 64 (video) fingers} Posted via web from reeboot’s posterous

via xkcd.com Posted via web from reeboot’s posterous


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