How do I get my mobile to say my e-mails are sent from an iPhone?– Sent from my Blackberry Device (via clientsfromhell)
LUV & HAT: PENGUINS →
luvandhat: LUV - How unlikely are penguins? No, let me back up. How unlikely are birds, for a start? How contrary is the idea that birds - quick-eyed, tiny, twittering birds that dart through the air and fill the sky with song - were once the cyclopean earthbound titans that were dinosaurs? …
A Dummy's Guide to Typefaces
winfographics: Have you ever wondered how popular typefaces came to be? The invention of the typefaces dates all the way back to the 1450s. Via Rasmussen College.
clientsfromhell: Client: “I’ve got these viral fitness videos that I want you to rebrand for DVD sale.” Me: “Okay—any ideas for a name or a slogan? Anything you’ve used before might help.” Client: “The old slogan was ‘Work will set you free!’” Me: “Ooh, you probably want to steer clear of the nazi stuff.” Client: “Nazi? Well, I have been called a fitness nazi, if that’s what you mean…”
Wordplay: The Language of Advertising
infographicsbin: Certain words can incite an emotional response in us — a fact that’s not lost on advertisers and copywriters. The language that’s used in advertising is deliberate in its attempt to create a positive impression of the product or service. Via BuySellAds.
Internet World Europe & Champion
Yes, this conference was great, yes I gained enormously from the talks and discussions about mobile, social and digital - my three focuses [foci…?] - But let’s cut to the chase: I won the first ever European Finger Battle Tournament. making me European Fingering Champion (and winner of an iPad). European Fingering Champion. snigger.
iOS App Course
I had an opportunity a couple of weeks ago to go to Ravensbourne College next door to the O2, to update my iOS knowledge from 3 to the latest iteration: 5. For the uninitiated, iOS is the iPhone/iPod/iPad operating system. It’s preferred by developers for a number reasons, not least that, unlike Android OS’s unregulated environment (see Jon Gold’s very pertinent assessment), the hardware it runs...