What can make a piece of toast, juice oranges, assemble a hamburger, insert a CD into a CD player, shut off an alarm clock, put a stamp on an envelope, sharpen a pencil, water a plant, peel an apple, blow up and pop a balloon plus 289 other things? (more…)
A favorite social activity for many is eating out. Watching the game with a group of buddies, going on a date, or entertaining clients, whatever the reason, going out to a restaurant is a weekly activity for most. If so many of us choose to dine out and dine out often, you’d think it’s time for an upgrade.
Rajat Suri, MIT grad. and founder of E La Carte has a new device that might be the ticket to up your dining experience or at the very least, give you a valid reason to play with gadgets at the table. (more…)
This afternoon, AdAge reported Pepsi’s newest undertaking – blending traditional media with new technology. By way of the new check-in app IntoNow, iPhone users will be able to check-in to specific Pepsi commercials to redeem a coupon for a free Pepsi Max. (more…)
Last week Open Forum published 7 Ways the iPad 2 Can Transform Your Business. A great article indeed, but we could turn this into something greater than merely a “nice read.” If you have even a slight influence in your company, this post could just be your golden ticket to an iPad2.
After reading, print the post out on the Creative Department’s high quality paper, nonchalantly offer to pick up Starbucks around 2pm and while dropping off your bosses’ grande no foam triple shot latte, bring up the “interesting article you happened upon while researching (fill in the blank)” and throw in an example of someone you know who’s company is profiting from the purchase – possibly your top competitor(?). In no time you’ll be fingering through the WSJ, listening to the new Friendly Fires album and enjoying a little FaceTime with your girlfriend at your own desk.
[Cannot guarantee this will work but it's worth a shot.] (more…)
If you ever wanted to live like the Jetsons, it looks like we’re getting close. Unplgged dove into the future of lounging, revealing a handful of new souped-up lounging options that might be in our near future.
“These private seating areas would allow you to plug-in and log in any device, and like magic, you’ll have access to all your files, music, contacts, internet, video and games. The future is closer than you think.”
Read the full post on Unplgged.