Interactive web documentary in 360
To join in on the cause, download the StickyBits or WiMO app and scan Willow’s shirt. You can also text “WILLOW” (or the names of the other celebs participating) to 90999 to make a $5 donation.
Read more: http://justjared.buzznet.com/2010/10/27/willow-jaden-smith-buy-life/#ixzz13fkPusOH
“Chubby Bunny” Google Demo Slam, shared by @Jedo:
“Introducing Demo Slam, a place where boring tech demos become (hopefully) gotta-show-my-friends awesome—thanks to the creativity of Google users like you. Here’s a slam from the Paul brothers.”
Digital Bits from @faris:
Free books for your iPhone with a QR code…
Actually – that pretty much covers it – but I dig this because it understand that different parts of the system work together, it delivers some immediate, contextually appropriate value for interacting, and comes under the banner of low latency [immediate response and gratification from the billboard]
The prettiest Conversation Prism you ever saw. From @faris
Digital Bits by @faris:
Today’s bit is some feline fun for IKEA [UK]. They let 100 cats out inside an IKEA store and let them roam around.
If you correctly match one of the kittens with the piece of furniture it ‘chooses’ - you win that piece of furniture.
This is charming and ties into a number of trends we’ve discussed…
- Websites that use real work randomness / actions [like Orange’s Spot the Bull, or the AXE 100 women site]
- Websites with LOTS Of cheaply made video [each cat has a back story video] [the principle of ubiquity]
…and the fact that the INTERNET LOVES KITTENS.
Amazing data visualizations of people in all different countries and demographics by TNS. Shared by @misterthibodeau