msg:

These are starting to pop up everywhere and are kinda gross.
NFC devices cant come sooner
thanks for the find bethtucker

msg:

These are starting to pop up everywhere and are kinda gross.

NFC devices cant come sooner

thanks for the find bethtucker

bdotdub:

Really awesome (scary?) stuff you can do with video waves

Momentum: Hacker with iPhone take over NY Times Square screens

Reblogged from bdotr

bdotdub said: Who is your favorite cofounder?

oh come on..

apsies:

Workers  inspect a caved-in section of a prefectural road in Satte, Saitama  Prefecture, after one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded in Japan  slammed its eastern coast March 11. (Saitama Shimbun/Associated  Press/Kyodo News) #

apsies:

Workers inspect a caved-in section of a prefectural road in Satte, Saitama Prefecture, after one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded in Japan slammed its eastern coast March 11. (Saitama Shimbun/Associated Press/Kyodo News) #

Reblogged from Mike Hudack
charlietodd:

The nastiest mound of snow left in New York. 27th and 8th.

charlietodd:

The nastiest mound of snow left in New York. 27th and 8th.

Reblogged from Charlie Todd

tumblrbot said: WHERE WOULD YOU MOST LIKE TO VISIT ON YOUR PLANET?

Tokyo!

arainert:

marsbot:

I’m a nostalgic sap. Ask any of my friends. I’ve kept journals since I was 13, I often look at my calendar to see what I was doing a year ago or two years ago and I love photojojo’s time capsule emails to send me photos of what I was doing a year ago. 
My love of personal nostalgia makes me heart 4 Square and 7 Years Ago, a service that was built on Saturday at our foursquare hackathon. Sign up and everyday you’ll get an email reminding you what you did a year ago (assuming you checked into foursquare). It’s amazing how much you can forget. Plus, their icon is adorable. 
Also check out some of my photos from Saturday’s hackathon! 

This was one of my faves. 

Glad to see people are enjoying this!

arainert:

marsbot:

I’m a nostalgic sap. Ask any of my friends. I’ve kept journals since I was 13, I often look at my calendar to see what I was doing a year ago or two years ago and I love photojojo’s time capsule emails to send me photos of what I was doing a year ago. 

My love of personal nostalgia makes me heart 4 Square and 7 Years Ago, a service that was built on Saturday at our foursquare hackathon. Sign up and everyday you’ll get an email reminding you what you did a year ago (assuming you checked into foursquare). It’s amazing how much you can forget. Plus, their icon is adorable. 

Also check out some of my photos from Saturday’s hackathon! 

This was one of my faves. 

Glad to see people are enjoying this!

Reblogged from Working Title

Yelp is too much of a me-too product in a crowded category for a start-up - it’s just going to require too much marketing to get above the noise of the other social networking companies, and they won’t have the money or the uniqueness to help them out.

All of this is really starting to feel like 1998-99 where people put together plans around marketing concepts rather than around great products. Yelp, at the end of the day, is a solution in search of a problem. How often do I need references or have the time to plug in references? How many times am I going to give up my friend’s emails before they start getting annoyed? Getting silly again….

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Beyond Insider Pages, Yelp is going to face competition from Judy’s Book, Craigslist, Friendster (desperate to find a real business model), Infospace, among others.

An article from 2004 announcing the launch of Yelp.  It’s rarely mentioned, but Yelp started as a local Q+A site
littlebigdetails:

Lego - The lego character covers his eyes when a user types in their password.
/via acmeideas

Love this!

littlebigdetails:

Lego - The lego character covers his eyes when a user types in their password.

/via acmeideas

Love this!

Reblogged from Little Big Details