Custom made garbage collector
Chrome has released a new experience. For all the lego fans "Build with chrome" lets you make you legos online, explore builds made all around the world by chrome users and learn from the "build master" (a sort of full tutorial to build some awsome lego's on the paltform).
Another beautifully designed Google Chrome experience that keeps pushing the browser away from it's comptetitors in terms of web graphics performance.
See this experience in : https://www.buildwithchrome.com/
Elder scrolls online is the new Elder scrolls which will be available on April 4th. A CG trailer of 8 minutes as been released to showcase the new game, continuing the industry trend of giving big-budget MMOs trailers.
The Elder Scrolls Online will be released for PC and Mac on April 4. The game comes with a 30-day subscription to the MMO, but players must then spend $14.99 (€12.99/£8.99) a month to continue playing.
Watch the video here :
One of the things to worry when chaning URL's in any website is keeping social proof in past shared links, keeping sure that these are still valid and still counted when users visit a page.
Plugins like digg digg, or sharethis help us with this but the way they worked is based on the exact URL that was shared. So for example if someone has 100 shares on facebook on a blog post for example if they change URL these buttons will be down to zero again.
The trick is to keep post the "old URL" even if the URL has changed.
Check out this awsome interactive video of bob dylan's "Like a Rolling stone" music.
The video was brought by Interlude a company especiallized in bringing a new way of storytelling throough interactive video production.
If you have 5 minutes to have some nice check out the link : http://video.bobdylan.com/desktop.html
Google released a new joy for all the Tolkien fans out there. A fully intenractive Middle Earth Map where you can explore some of the places where Bilbo Baggins passed through during "The Hobbit" journey.
Not long ago I had a discussion on where could documents be heading, and lately with the latest release of Iworks and a fantastic article I came across by from François Ragnet (xerox), I decided on writing a little more on this.
Google launched their newest experience with the google chrome browser.
The experience is called PEANUT GALLERY and it lets you add intertitles to old film clips using your voice, then share those clips with your friends. It uses your computer's microphone and the Web Speech API in Google Chrome to turn speech into text.
Check it at : https://www.peanutgalleryfilms.com/
Does this relate to you?
"You connect your device (mobile phone,sd card whatever), Iphoto opens (after some time). But the photos are sort of disorganized. Maybe it’s not even iPhoto. Maybe it’s another default photo-storage service or your go-to cloud app, like Dropbox or any other Picture program you might use. Wouldn't it be great that you could just have your every Photo in one place, organized and synched to all your devices?
A Google volta a mostrar o que de melhor se pode fazer com um browser na Internet. Além de ser detentora do melhor browser para navegação na Internet tem vindo a criar as melhores experiencias através de aplicações,jogos, e outras aplicações de engagement com Browser.
At its Menlo Park headquarters on Tuesday, Facebook unveiled its take on search, the social giant’s major push into helping its users find content from within Facebook.
For as big as Facebook has grown, something like this has been sorely needed. More than one billion people are on Facebook’s network, with upward of 240 billion photos and more than a trillion connections within the social graph. For anyone looking for a specific topic of information, place or person, that’s a lot of stuff to sort through.