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Buy, sell and pay with one comment on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. A very interesting concept for sure, leaves us pondering security issues however.
Draw a Stickman. ( via)
Kevin Poulsen discusses
Strongbox and Aaron Swartz.
The Barman lets even the most incompetent bartender look like a
Turn your home into a
restaurant. Sort of like AirBnB, but for foodies.
headband and mobile app to measure your focus.
Google Glass-like tech in a
watch. Just a rumor, but could be awesome.
money with Gmail.
The Google glass of
If you don’t have
7 minutes to workout, you’re only lying to yourself.
Video #1: Some of the
best life advice one can ever receive.
clamps turn anything into a table.
Say What? A new Android game by the lovely people at Bnotions.
The simplest web content
Video #2: Everyday we have to make a decision.
The decision to work hard or not work hard is all up to us.
mobile games played on your TV for $6.99 per month.
Kevo, a Bluetooth locking system that just needs a touch.
How the ‘
Father of Advertising’ Wrote and Designed Advertising.
These Friday Quick Links are dedicated to Daud Malik, thank you for your thoughts, feedback and reading!
Ostrich Pillow, but the Hoodie Pillow could be just as fun.
Paul Miller’s year
without the internet.
Lightweight generator that attaches to your
bike to power devices with kinetic energy.
Chefday sends you the ingredients and a presents a how-to-video, to cook a top chef recipe.
Concept design by Dongwook Kim helps to answer the issues of needing a PC when transferring files between two external drives. Called
How to use
Google Glass. If you’re lucky to own one already.
Every noise at once. So weird you have to
check it out.
Watch the interview of our friends at
PunchStreet on Bloomberg Law.
armchair that looks like a painting on the wall.
CMS2CMS helps you migrate your website to another platform.
A new source for the
best in design, politics and technology. via Ahmad Ktaech.
An incredible read about the journey of
Martha Ladly on Women And Tech. She shares her story of being a pop star and working with Peter Saville and Peter Gabriel in the UK to becoming a professor of interaction design, specializing in women’s studies.
A very strange startup in the tourism industry –
CorruptTour: history tours of corrupt areas and cities. (via Skift)
Mind Blowing! Celebrating Roppongi Hills 10-year anniversary with the
Tokyo City Symphony.
Junglr has a slightly different focus than Quora. Where Quora’s goal is to become a more informative, knowledgeable Q&A, Junglr is focused on more casual Q&A and a more social, fun experience. You can think of Junglr as like the Reddit or Twitter of Q&A, where no answer is “not good enough.”
Coconut: Phone cases with the power to
collaborative game making. Definitely worth keeping an eye on this platform.
We thought about doing this when we launched, glad someone pushed out a site for it.
Google launches collective to fund
score that internship you dream of.
Touchscreen interface for seamless data transfer between the real and virtual.
An incredible UX tool.
Medium + Matter.
In Japan? Looking for VC’s for your startup? SD Japan has it
mapped out for you.
Daily inspiring quotes to your iPhone.
Perk: a new browser that acts and looks like Chrome but comes with rewards.
A new project by Mozilla for
Webcam pulse detector. What would you use this for?
A true life story of a man dedicated to
cleaning up the streets.
Why I haven’t hired a single
developer in Canada. Via Tech Vibes.
startup ideas that turned out to be successful.
Designers here’s another great source of
Thinking about working for a startup?
Here’s 11 tips to get that job.
Punchfork + Pinterest + A less than graceful exit =
A great read.
UIStencils to mock up app ideas on your whiteboard.
How did Robocat raise $300k on Kickstarter?
Three things you can do to DREAM better for your startup.
Street View Hyperlapse. Hyperlapse!!! Need we say more. By Teehan+Lax.
food taken to a whole new level. By Hong Yi (also known as Red).
Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg unveiled “
Home”. Applications that integrates Facebook with Android OS to be the homepage on your mobile device.
YikeBike. Do these devices ever reach the masses?
3 paths toward a more
Animals decked out in the freshest of threads.
An acquisition is always a failure. What do you think?
How far is it to
Rdio introduces Vdio to
stream movies and television shows.
We know it’s not Friday, but just because it was Easter Friday is no excuse for us to miss Friday Quick Links last week. So here they are:
artwork with magnets.
The world’s first
blanket with a speaker.
An incredible responsive online
web designer tool.
A new way to share
Virally to create campaigns, target key influencers & improve ROI.
Meople lets you gather all your friends information flows in one place with ease and never lost the track.
10 quotes that defined the trends and lessons learned at SXSW 2013.
Want free underpants? Turn your butt into an advertisement. Seriously,
sign up here.
Minuum keyboard GUI be a mobile tech disturbance?
kickstart COBRA to rebuild it’s home and base of operations, Cobra Island, which was destroyed by GI JOE?
TeuxDeux: An artsy to-do list app by Cameron Koczon and Tina Roth Eisenberg of SwissMiss.
CubeSensors improve indoor living by monitoring temperature humidity, noise, light, air quality, and barometric pressure which is then sent to the cloud to be analyzed by an app.
Twitter Tongues maps the
language of tweets from London and New York.
Foursquare released a
map as well, detailing check-ins from Tokyo and New York City.
Anyone can analyze their photo usage and monetize at the same time with
Imagine a world without hate. A powerful campaign by the Anti-Defamation League.
Made shares inspirational people from around the world that create the incredible.
smallest blimp. (RC Controlled) for $50.
Excited for the
Galaxy S4? Eye-tracking and more! We sure are!
The pocket-size wind up
With just one login,
Jolidrive grants you access to all your content on Soundcloud, Dropbox, Flickr, Instagram, etc.
Automatic turns your smartphone into a useful computer for your car.
Kick-Ass 2 movie trailer.
The Silence App – when quite matters.
Chris Wetherell on
Google Reader’s death.
The future of customer service:
These companies are getting it right.