Flickr users could help identify people and places in collections of photos.
Paintings of PowerPoint presentations might be better than the real thing.
At the Web 2.0 Summit, the founder of Blogger and Twitter discussed the advantages of putting constraints on product features.
Today I was happily introduced to the Japanese concept of iki--which seems to describe my oddly fuzzy feeling.
When are you allowed to take out a digital camera in a restaurant? I'm no longer sure.
Platial builds a personal, local Internet.
Brazilian minister of culture Gilberto Gil Moreira speaks on the transformative power of digital technologies.
A silverized cracker teaches me the true meaning of digital art: the online community around the object can matter more than the object itself.
A mixed-reality foosball game turns the tables on real-world players.
A feature within the Google Earth software lets users simulate piloting a plane.