This is some genuinely revolutionary technology.
Spritz allows you to read at a much faster pace than normal, to the rate that you could potentially read a novel in a couple of hours.
This incredible video from Save The Children made the front page of Reddit today. It’s part of their Syria campaign and tracks a young girl using the popular ‘second a day’ video recording trend.
A simple idea executed brilliantly for Apotek Hjärtat.
The billboard is rigged with sensors so that when a train pulls in to the station it reacts.
$19 billion is a lot of money. But what could the guys at Facebook have spent the money on instead?
10 trips to the moon
Not only could they get 20 employees to the moon on 10 separate trips, they could also add a moon walk to the trip and still come in under budget.
A small airforce
The F-35C Lightning II comes in at around $200m, meaning they could pick up 95 of these cutting edge aircraft. Presumably they’d get some kind of bulk discount that takes them up to 100.
Well, for a year at least. Jamaica’s GDP is around $14 billion. You could spend the change on say, Barbados. The Caribbean islands would provide a relaxing retreat for hardworking Facebook employees.
Floor seats at the game
Based on the latest data from Forbes, you could buy Manchester United, Real Madrid, The Yankees, The Dallas Cowboys, The Ferrari F1 team, The LA Lakers, The Red Sox and Barcelona and still have enough money to fly around the world to make use of the best seats at every game.
This is a great example of an offline campaign that uses technology that people already have to hand (in this case, an iPhone) to unlock a reward for people who are advocates.
This is an invention that’s been possible for a while, but hasn’t been a reality until now.
I get exceptionally bored in the gym without my iPod. With it I can listen to podcasts, music and anything else I fancy. I’ve got so used to having it with me that I struggle to work out on my own without music these days. One time when I turned up to the gym and realised I had forgotten my headphones, I went over to the electronics store over the road and bought a new pair.
It’s for this reason that I find swimming on my own very difficult. In fact, I hardly ever do it.
Now I have no excuse. Sony has developed an underwater walkman. They announced the NWZ-W273 W Series (catchy name) Walkman Sports at CES. The whole device is just the headphones pictured with the tension band to keep it in place. At under $100 for the 4GB version it’s just about worth considering, as it would not only serve it’s purpose in the pool, but also out running in the rain or during a particularly sweaty game of tennis…
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Great parody video. Somewhat ironically the video nearly has 800,000 views…
If this was a picture, it would be quite a remarkable piece of photography.
However, this particular piece of art was hard drawn using a pencil. Presumably not just one pencil, but you know what I mean. Artist Fazio spent around 200 hours creating this amazing image.