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Krystal.

Building and Creating at Google IO- Oh My!

Friday, May 17th, I found myself in the centerfold of the tech world, taking place in San Francisco’s Moscone Center: Google IO. As the elevator led me to the 2nd floor where my next two sessions would be, I tried to prepare myself to look as if I fit in. Laptop: check. Tablet: check. Look [...]
by:
Hannah.

On Mepedia, Individuality Wins

As the economy continues to bounce back since the 2008 downfall, the competitiveness between job applicants proves to be more rigorous than ever before. This contest especially applies to those striving for their first break into a career, or the recent college grads. The challenge for them becomes: “How do I stand out from the [...]
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COG1.

Doom Creator Draws Blood in New iPhone Game

Article link in the Wall Street Journal By Nick Wingfield John Carmack is proving that there’s more to iPhone games than Angry Birds, Cut the Rope and other innocent, cartoony titles that have topped the sales charts for the device. Last week, Carmack’s id Software released a game for Apple’s iOS devices–the iPhone, iPod touch [...]
by:
Tom.

IOGraphica – 9.2 hours

Stumbled across this pretty interesting application a while ago. IOGraphica runs in the background recording all of your mouse movements and clicks. The large circles represent the time when your mouse isn’t moving. So I’m guessing that large one on the top right represents lunch, and the smaller ones represent meetings, reading, and youtube videos. [...]
by:
Tom.

5 Useful Sites for a Breath of Fresh Inspiration

Ember This one a new addition to my inspiration arsenal. Tagging system, popularity tracking, and most importantly, categories. You can track down the exact kind of design inspirado you need, from blogs and portfolios to iPhone software companies and Online Store fronts. The community here is active, and you can follow users uploads and tags. [...]