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We were having so much fun in the Apple store! #iPad #mac #apple #technology #sjucomm #sju

We were having so much fun in the Apple store! #iPad #mac #apple #technology #sjucomm #sju

— 1 year ago
#ipad  #sjucomm  #apple  #sju  #mac  #technology 
#iPod #headphones #apple #mac #technology

#iPod #headphones #apple #mac #technology

— 1 year ago with 1 note
#mac  #ipod  #headphones  #technology  #apple 
#iPad #kaleidoscope #mac #apple #technology

#iPad #kaleidoscope #mac #apple #technology

— 1 year ago with 2 notes
#ipad  #mac  #technology  #apple  #kaleidoscope 
At the Apple store! It feels just like Christmas. What new products do you have your eyes on this holiday season?

At the Apple store! It feels just like Christmas. What new products do you have your eyes on this holiday season?

— 1 year ago with 2 notes
#Apple  #Mac  #Technology  #Christmas  #iPad  #iPod  #iPhone  #Holidays 
smarterplanet:

First of 250 internet-connected touchscreens replace pay phones in New York City
Since cellphones became ubiquitous, cities have been looking for ways to give new life to underused pay phones. Today, a pilot program is beginning to test one option: replacing the phones with touchscreens that can provide information about the surrounding area. The first two screens launched around Union Square, with two more opening tomorrow. Eventually, 250 are planned for installation in the next few months, and they may start showing up in more cities if the plan is a success. The kiosks are free and ad-supported, and a portion of revenue will go back into the city coffers. But are they worth using? We took a look at one to find out.
Personally, I would prefer if these pay phones were converted into guerrilla libraries. 

smarterplanet:

First of 250 internet-connected touchscreens replace pay phones in New York City

Since cellphones became ubiquitous, cities have been looking for ways to give new life to underused pay phones. Today, a pilot program is beginning to test one option: replacing the phones with touchscreens that can provide information about the surrounding area. The first two screens launched around Union Square, with two more opening tomorrow. Eventually, 250 are planned for installation in the next few months, and they may start showing up in more cities if the plan is a success. The kiosks are free and ad-supported, and a portion of revenue will go back into the city coffers. But are they worth using? We took a look at one to find out.

Personally, I would prefer if these pay phones were converted into guerrilla libraries. 

— 1 year ago with 271 notes
#NYC  #Internet  #Touch Screens  #Payphones  #Technology  #Digital World 
Instagram Blog: Introducing Instagram Badges! →

instagram:

Today, we are very excited to launch Instagram badges, a tool that will help you link to and promote your Instagram web profile. Add them to your personal blog, brand website, or campaign promotions to direct new followers to your Instagram web profile and encourage others to discover…

— 1 year ago with 726 notes
#Instagram  #Instagram Badges  #Web Profiles  #Social Media  #Technology  #Digital World 

erosion-of-beauty:

A clever typography series using letters within a word to illustrate the word.

(Source: liveasloved)

— 1 year ago with 75674 notes
#typography  #clever  #smile  #tsunami  #freedom  #van gogh  #elevator  #parallel  #innovative