Nietzsche once said, "There are no facts, only interpretations". Kris Sanchez would say otherwise.
The Web Life
Capturing the atmosphere of the Silicon Valley tech experience.
I'm a huge fan of Doug Bowman's design brain. Since he's started working at Twitter over two and a half years ago, the site's design, look, and feel has gotten better and better.
"The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place." ~George Bernard ShawI'm an inbox hawk.
A buddy of mine left a bag of stickers, tee shirts, and his laptop power cord on a sidewalk on 9th St. in New York City.
I love photo-sharing sites, especially when they involve food. Housefed isn't just about sharing pictures though; you can invite random people over and literally share your meal.
Here's a trick to get everyone from your Facebook social graph into Google Plus:Sign up for a Yahoo! Mail account, and import all of your Facebook contacts.
It's really fun to build a tracklist of music to listen to while you work all day. Now imagine being able to play that music for an audience in a social setting.
TechCrunch kicked off its second Disrupt Hack Day this morning, and it was at least 5x bigger than last year's event.Each team gets 60 seconds to present their idea.
The geniuses at Department of Behavior and Logic are working on one of the coolest projects I've seen in a while.Cabana is basically an app maker, built for designers, not coders.
Check out this video from Zdenek Kalal in Surrey, UK. He's built an extremely smart camera that can track and recognize faces, among other things.
The kind folks at Seed Hatchery invited me to MobileCampMemphis this weekend, and I want to show you some pictures of EmergeMemphis, an incubator in downtown Memphis for tech startups. A couple dozen companies call this place work, including FedEx Labs, StiQRd, Work For Pie, Obeedo, and Krikle.
Instagram, my favorite photo-sharing app on the iPhone, just teamed up with PepsiCo for a South by Southwest promo called Brisk Pics.Users have been submitting their best photos to Instagram with the hashtag #briskpic, hoping to get their creation featured on a limited-edition ice tea can.
One of the apps I've been playing with lately is called Fashism. It allows you to post a "look" or photo of yourself (or a friend), and people get to comment and rate your wardrobe.
This blog post is breathing. It's being updated every few minutes, or as fast as I can hit save.
Ever since I had a beta invite, I have been wanting to interview the founder and CEO of fflick. Kurt Wilms has built one of the coolest, yet simplest, sites I've used in a while.