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Mini ambient ad at Zurich main mertro station

Agency: Jung von Matt, Zurich Via

More than 50 percent of the traffic to Walmart.com during 2013 came from mobile devices. 50 percent! The world is going mobile at an astonishing pace for everyday Internet usage, and not just in the upper income brackets…

We still have no idea what this means. The most basic access method of the Internet is being reconfigured before our very eyes, and that’s bound to have enormous consequences.

Where Do We Go From Here? 8 Hypotheses About Tech in 2014  (via courtenaybird)

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slabuda:

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bobbycaputo:

PODPAD

If you’re going for a clean and minimal aesthetic in your home, Podpad should be your new office. The wall-mounted unit not only stores all your devices, but it also opens up to reveal a desk and a space for files, mail, or a stack of TPS reports. The design allows you to connect your phone or iPad to an integrated audio system and when it’s all closed up, it looks like a sharp docking station highlighting your iPhone. At a cool $1,200, it isn’t exactly a practical purchase, but it is far sleeker than most home office setups we’ve come across.

Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn’t matter to me … Going to bed at night saying we’ve done something wonderful… that’s what matters to me.

Apple founder STEVE JOBS, in the Wall Street Journal, May 25, 1993. (via inothernews)

(via moneyisnotimportant)

I’ve sent you a photo of the team to include in the brochure. Rob, the guy on the right, is wearing a horrible sweater though—can you just rub his sweater out in photoshop? And if he’s not wearing anything underneath, could you paint him a nice shirt?

(via clientsfromhell)

Adobe acquires Typekit

Just a few moments ago, Adobe’s CTO Kevin Lynch took the stage at their annual MAX conference and explained the company’s Creative Cloud strategy. Part of that announcement is very big news for us: Typekit has been acquired by Adobe.

— Jeffrey Veen, CEO, Typekit

— Jeffrey Veen, CEO, Typekit

You can find out more about the announcement in Adobe’s press release.

laughingsquid:

HTML for Babies, Book Introduces Web Design Concepts to Babies

thedailywhat:

[image: reddit.]

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startupquote:

Running a startup is like being punched in the face repeatedly, but working for a large company is like being waterboarded.

- Paul Graham

jaymug:

Divorce Lawyer – Business Card

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Google Plus hidden features: Google Experts, Voice and more

bitshare:

Google Plus is well on it’s way now to being a full fledged social networking platform and has already racked up over 43 million users and then some (since the last update). New features are popping up often, if you want to keep track of them you can check here. Google Plus is still a newborn sort of speak, so lots of changes should be expected as things are rolled out and tested as the platform grows.

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(via The New Facebook Layout, Translated)

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