Monday, July 26, 2010

Stuff I'm looking at today: Tab Candy, Sustainable Prefabs, Julian Koenig and Chrome Experiments

Firefox Tab Candy
Mozilla's new "Tab Candy" seems like an awesome fix to the problem of crammed tab browsing (the Boyan always gets mad at me for having a million tabs open), but the question still remains, "Is is as fast or faster than chrome?"

Method Homes
Amazing pre-fab sustainable homes from Method Homes.

This American Life: 383 Origin Story
If you've been watching Mad Men some of this story might sound familiar. Real life Mad Men fighting for recognition for some of America's most iconic advertising campaigns on This American Life.
"TAL producer Sarah Koenig tells the story of her father, Julian Koenig, the legendary advertising copywriter whose work includes the slogan “Timex takes a licking and keeps on ticking” and Volkswagen’s “Think Small” ads. For years Sarah has heard her dad accuse a former partner of stealing some of his best ideas, but until recently she never paid much attention.Then she started asking her dad for details of this fight for his legacy, and what she learned surprised her. "

Chrome Experiments: Harmony
Playing with HTML 5. This Chrome experiment is fun, creative, and highly addicting.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Learn wisdom by the follies of others.............................................................