All the New Features of Firefox 3.5
The world is changing very fast. Big will not beat small anymore. It will be the...– Rupert Murdoch
Infinite Comic takes random Flickr images and... →
Infinite Comic takes random Flickr images and pairs them with random Twitter tweets to create a comic. Users can type in search terms to look for related images and tweets for a more custom comic, but the results are still absurd and amusingly non-sensical. via Lost At E Minor
iPhone Twitition is First Link Ever to Get 10,000... →
Last week Twitter passed what’s probably the most important milestone yet in terms of viral marketing – a single link received over 10,000 re-tweets. via BlogStorm
Apple's Huge, Throbbing Wall of iPhone Apps
The changing face of everyday design →
From air steward uniforms to Corn Flakes cereal boxes…how has everyday design evolved over the last half-century?
Facebook - Soon you will be able to have a... →
Starting on 13 June, at 05:01, you’ll be able to choose a username for your Facebook account to easily direct friends, family, and coworkers to your profile.Check out the Facebook Blog for more information
The BBC’s Fifteen Web Principles
1. Build web products that meet audience needs: anticipate needs not yet fully articulated by audiences, then meet them with products that set new standards. (nicked from Google) 2. The very best websites do one thing really, really well: do less, but execute perfectly. (again, nicked from Google, with a tip of the hat to Jason Fried) 3. Do not attempt to do everything yourselves: link to other...
"Why am I here?" →
10 Browser Testing Tools: Roundup for Web... →
Adobe Browserlabs launched today making it faster and easier to browser test your client sites. Here are 10 browser testing tools and services for web designers.
BlindSearch, the search engine taste test →
BlindSearch, the search engine taste test Type in a search query, hit search then vote for the column which you believe best matches your query. The columns are randomised with every query. The goal of this site is simple, we want to see what happens when you remove the branding from search engines. How differently will you perceive the results?
18 Absolutely Stylish Designs Using Photoshop... →
Statbrain, find out how many visits any site has! →
Statbrain uses different resources on the web combined with mathematical and statistical methods to estimate how many visits a website has.
Google Updates Street View for Easier Navigation
Vending machines sell after-party shoes
Women who love their high heels may already be aware of ‘emergency’ flats that roll up and fit inside a purse in order to be slipped onto tired feet the end of a long night of dancing. Two new companies in England have taken the concept a step further by selling their version of portable flats in vending machines at nightclubs. Rollasoles sell for about GBP 5 and come in four colors: Hi Ho...
IAB - Social Advertising Best Practices - May 2009 →
How organisations can use Twitter - some ideas
50 Beautiful Flash Websites →
A Ripple in the Virtual World — Augmented Reality... →
Radian6, ScoutLabs and now Sysomos →
Sysomos Overview Video from Sysomos on Vimeo.
Adobe BrowserLab, Test Your Web Pages in Different... →
Adobe BrowserLab is a browser compatibility service that provides designers exact renderings of their pages on leading browsers. Results are fast, with powerful tools to spot issues. Learn more at http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/browserlab/
25 Stylish Examples of Web Forms →
Google Squared →
Google has launched a new service aimed to fetch and organize facts from across the web. Google Squared automatically constructs a table of facts about any category you specify.
Papa John's Road Trip augmented reality →
See What’s Popular on the Web In One Page →
OurSignal is an interesting visualization that shows the current most popular stories from Digg, Delicious, Reddit, Hacker News and Yahoo! Buzz in one page. Most Popular Tech Stories on the Web The font size in the visualization is relative to the popularity of a story (bigger means more popular) while colors denote the trend - warm colors mean that story is increasing in popularity while cool...
Online word of mouth reality check? →
5% of consumers bought a product based on what a blogger had to say about it, compared to 34% from a friend of relative.
When smart people are hard to understand
If you’re in a meeting with smart people and they start discussing a term or concept you don’t understand, what do you do? Do you know what recombinant DNA is? Analytics? Chapter 7? Fair use? RSS? The Long Tail? If smart people in your industry are talking about an issue you don’t know cold, it’s very important that you don’t just sit there and nod your head sagely....
"Tea time is me time"
BMB has recruited the wonderful John Shuttleworth to front a campaign for Yorkshire Tea. Genius In an ‘augmented reality’ version (shown above and accessible here), webcam-equipped Yorkshire Tea drinkers can geet Shuttleworth (aka comedian Graham Fellows) to serenade them atop their own box of tea (after some careful positioning).
The 100 most mentioned brands on Twitter →
Revolution teamed up with i-level’s social media agency Jam to reveal the 100 most mentioned brands on Twitter and how they are aiming to capitalise on the buzz.
Bing Tips & Tricks →
Now that Bing is available for use outside Microsoft, here are some quick tips and tricks that will help you do more with Bing.com.