Arron La shares some interesting revenue numbers for his Android application Advanced Task Manager. Very interesting, he seems to be doing quite alright.
Star Wars Uncut is a fan reenactment of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. They cut up the movie into 15 second sequences, participants can claim any segment and refilm it however they like, and all the clips are put back together on the website. They’ve just won an Emmy.
In a viral campaign – as in the general movement of ideas and memes around the Net – the audience is also the medium. We are that through which memes move.
I could really use a place where i can collect quotes and citations. They don’t quite seem right to put up here, but i wouldn’t know where else to put them. Something like Delicious, but more specifically geared towards collecting quotes. Anyone know of a service like this?
Interesting interactive media facade performance at Ars Electronica this year, on september 5th and 6th:
[O]ne of our realizations is that, when it comes to media, most people are very very lazy. Awe-inspiringly lazy. I was stunned at, in a world of DVRs and streaming media, how many people still just plop down on their couch, point a remote at their teevee, and browse whatever is on.
And I realized that, if you could just give people a magic button, and they pressed it once, and stuff they liked just started appearing before them, they’d be ecstatic.
The soundtrack in that video is just terrible. (via)
Facebook just introduced a new feature, Facebook Places (think Foursquare), so you should probably update your privacy settings once again.
The website accompanyingÂ FORM+CODE In Design, Art, and Architecture, a book by Casey Reas, Chandler McWilliams, and LUST, is now online. The book will be out September 1st and it looks terrific.