Wildcard: Tanzania

Damn, I missed the first episode of Wildcard: Tanzania on CANVAS… And I have to admit, they have a nice and complete site: a blog, a nice interactive map, some video clips, … But why oh why don’t they put the full version of the episode online? Can someone explain that to me?

Paper prototyping

During a workshop last year I completely fell in love with paper prototyping. Making a rough paper interface is such a fast and easy way to build software or a website, test it with users, get feedback from stakeholders and improve it extremely fast early on. All you need is pen and paper so you… Continue reading Paper prototyping

Big Bill & Stevie Jobs

http://services.brightcove.com/services/viewer/federated_f8/452319854 Bill & Steve go way back. They basically shaped the computer industry of today, they both are multi-millionairs, but still they are very passionate about there company and the products/software they make. I find that inspiring. After all those years there lives a kind of mutual respect between them, but they stay competitors.

E-waste

http://us.i1.yimg.com/cosmos.bcst.yahoo.com/player/media/swf/FLVVideoSolo.swf Found via Bart

Gmail commercial

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBbmiQhuAhU] I love gmail, I use it every day. But this movie of the gmail folks, well, it sucks !! 🙂

The edge of Flash

Once again, after the succesfull 10 years of Flash community poll, TheFWA and Adobe team up to createThe edge of Flash. Every now and then Rob Ford, the founder of TheFWA, highlights some Flash sweetness on the web. This first issue he points our attention towards some top notch video experiences.

What is WEB 2.0?

Feed readers click to see the video. http://s108.photobucket.com/player.swf?file=http://vid108.photobucket.com/albums/n38/milener2/Web2-0_24mins.flv By TechCrunch

A computer network called “internet”

“There’s a revolution going on in rec rooms, offices and classrooms around the world. A revolution in which 15 million people are taking part [..] through a computer network called “internet”. Hihi. A pretty funny tv report from 1993 on the emergent internet. Who could’ve guessed back then that it would get this big?