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Category Archives: socialplatforms
Why the hell don’t all cameras have SIM cards in them yet?
Posted on August 20, 2010 by Thomas Purves
It’s been half a decade or more since phones started getting cameras, and yet cameras still don’t have cell phone connections. WTF? To me this is classic case of industry disruption. An entrenched industry refuses to take seriously a disruptive … Continue reading →
Posted in Archive, media, socialplatforms | 3 Comments
Are you backing up your twitter history?
Posted on August 10, 2009 by Thomas Purves
Figure A: Typical Twitter experience /artist’s impression Scoble has a great rant up today on twitter’s failing as a platform. This is similar to Jevon’s epic (and correct) rant on why you shouldn’t build a business on Facebook… or otherwise … Continue reading →
Posted in Archive, socialgraft, socialplatforms, twitter | Tagged twitter | 8 Comments
Presentation: Design for an Augment Reality world
Posted on April 28, 2009 by Thomas Purves
For posterity here is the slideshare version of my Augmented Reality talk, which I presented for the first time at Refresh Events in Toronto. As a first cut, this presentation represented more of a shotgun scattershot rather than a linearly … Continue reading →
Posted in android, apps, Archive, Augmented Reality, conferences, design, events, Experimental, future, lawsofmedia, mcluhan, social media, socialmedia, socialplatforms, ubicomp, wireless | Tagged Augmented Reality, design, future, mobile, web | 34 Comments