August 5, 2011 - Comments Off on The Thinking Mechanism – 8/5/11
The Thinking Mechanism – 8/5/11
The Thinking Mechanism is a series of weekly posts, published on Fridays, covering the ideas The Mechanism is thinking and talking about with our peers and clients.
The week in quick links:
• A recent study determined the most influential person on Twitter is a Brazilian comic you've never heard of.
• The interactive trailer for BBC Earth's film One Life is fantastic.
• 2011 Emmy Nominations for Outstanding Main Title Design. - The best in storytelling motion graphics.
• Adobe previews Edge, an HTML5 tool.
• The Expressive Web is the companion showcase site to Adobe's Edge.
• Getting Bin Laden - What happened that night in Abbottabad. by Nicholas Schmidle for The New Yorker. - "The teams had barely been on target for a minute, and the mission was already veering off course."
• Facebook Buys E-book Maker Push Pop Press, Plans to Integrate its Tech.
• This American Life, When Patents Attack - "Why would a company rent an office in a tiny town in East Texas, put a nameplate on the door, and leave it completely empty for a year? The answer involves a controversial billionaire physicist in Seattle, a 40 pound cookbook, and a war waging right now, all across the software and tech industries."
Published by: antonioortiz in The Thinking Mechanism
Tags: adobe, bbc, emmy awards, facebook, html5, links, misc, patents, thinking, this american life, twitter
Comments are closed.