@grahamrb Sounds perfect. AirPlay is the killer.
@grahamrb Incredible. I’d happily leave it on all day with that kind of consumption.
@grahamrb Not fair. I’m still stuck on #OldTwitter.
@rekharach How sad.
@grahamrb That’s sad. Shows how important a business model is.
@grahamrb Coffee would be apt! I think their name comes from their first blog (Uncrate) which has a Zombie-like crowd following.
I’m adding Zombie Corp to my list of wildly awesome company names: http://www.zombiecorp.com/
@grahamrb Git? (I’m yet to try Git. So far it’s been Mercurial.)
@grahamrb Nope. They all have their pain-points and learning curves, but at least we’re getting out of the “CVS is the only option” days.
Walls are meant for drawing: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kernelpanic/4974377257/
@rungta Haha. Also, whichever lane you change to becomes the slower one.
This is bold: Dictionary.com’s entire background is an ad, but the whitespace makes it work. http://twitpic.com/2rdelg
My derogatory tweet about Samsung (and HTC) earned me followership from @SamsungMobileUS (a verified account). OK.
@rekharach Turn that off, please.
How apt is this new identity for a textile company: http://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/textile_expos.php
This free Apple bumper feels surprisingly alright. Keeping it for now, but I suspect I’ll go back to caseless once this rubbery thing sags.
In honour of Vignelli Week at @DesignObserver, I’m proud to announce @Vignelli: a Twitter discourse of design wisdom from the Vignelli duo.
“Jhootha Hi Sahi” is Rahman returning to simple, soothing melodies. Vintage, jazz-like, soft sounds, reminiscent of Rahman’s early 90s work.
Sumsung and HTC marketers, take note: you can’t build brand loyalty by introducing new names every quarter. Tweak the design, not the brand.
@xAbhishek The real problem, I think, is the Android market’s inability to build brand loyalty around one name, whatever that name might be.
How ridiculous are these new Android phone names: “Samsung Fascinate”, “Galaxy”, “Desire”…
@grahamrb White iPhone4? I almost forgot about that one. Quite a debacle there.
Hello Hello? Who else is hooked to the JHS soundtrack?
@oddysee Tried Ping. It has potential but its UI drives me nuts. And I keep forgetting about Game Center… must try it one day.
@adriancb Nice. Anyone from our Uni behind that site?
@rashmiswamy All the best, then. I’ll see you at BEL Rd next time :)
@rashmiswamy Packing up for good?
@oddysee Haha. Close your eyes. Take a nap.
Clearly, I’m looking for a new wristwatch: http://svpply.com/rakeshrach/
@sumitsharan Haha, that’s a cheeky name for their kind of audience.
@rungta Yay, now we can talk about all the great little moments in that film.
@oddysee Haha, yes I remember trying their HotDog editor in the early dotcom years. And your name suggestion sure is to the point.
Best startup names I’ve heard all year: “Mysterious Trousers” and “Destroy Today”. Almost beats last year’s best: “Sandwich Dynamics”.
@rungta Haha, I can attest to that. It’ll take you a while to get all the pulp off all the clothes.
Why would Twitter dedicate a third of the iPad screen for a static menu? What’s with the confusing selection modes? MDI overkill.
Twitter for iPad has been my worst experience on iPad. Atrocious.
“Our lives are just a bunch of moments”: http://devour.com/video/moments[+]
Winter, you’re officially over. Why linger?
@manojn I think they’re costing their server-side stuff into the app. If it didn’t have sync and a web interface, then yes it’s too much.
Here’s the actual link from my last tweet for those complaining about 404’s: http://kensegall.com/blog/2010/08/the-different-thinking-iceo/
A week’s backlog of feeds was worth reading through after this classic find: Steve Jobs presenting “Think Different” http://bit.ly/cn54bO