links for 2007-01-31

Jan Chipchase – Future Perfect Mobile TV, Personal Experiences (tags: ethnography phones nokia video tv research mobile culture design experience innovation people phone ux television study business) Jan Chipchase – Future Perfect Archives (tags: design ethnography experience future ideas images list inspiration innovation mobile nokia phone presentation phones presentations publication research usability video)

links for 2007-01-30

Create text-to-speech podcast from RSS feed with Odiogo for iPod, MP3 player and mobile phone (tags: text-to-speech company feed mobile online podcasting podcast Audio rss)

links for 2007-01-29

Soma (Brave New World) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (tags: soma drugs psychology) Soma – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (tags: soma religion) Character introductions like in the “Serenity” Movie (tags: writing scripts) WidgetStation Update: Info, When and Where You Want It – Gizmodo (tags: morsels widgets gadget)

Euh, wouldn’t sell in Brasil

Euh, wouldn’t sell in Brasil Originally uploaded by schickr. Don’t know if I’m repeating myself, but every time I see this, it makes me laugh – ‘lambe’ means ‘lick’ in portuguese.

Neighbour’s gift for Jippo

Neighbour’s gift for Jippo Originally uploaded by schickr. Deer hunting season in Finland. My neighbour thought my dog would love a raw joint. Eh, don’t think so. At least my dog was kind enough not to snatch it out of my hand as soon as she sniffed it. She was also cautious, as the scent […]

And we wonder why Americans are getting ‘larger’

And we wonder why Americans are getting ‘larger’ Originally uploaded by schickr. It’s hard to escape your heritage. This is a British breakfast. Contrast with a French or Finnish breakfast. And, yes, I am pigging out. It’s not often I am presented with such fare. It’s hard to escape your heritage. This is a British […]

And we wonder why Americans are getting ‘larger’

And we wonder why Americans are getting ‘larger’ Originally uploaded by schickr. It’s hard to escape your heritage. This is a British breakfast. Contrast with a French or Finnish breakfast. And, yes, I am pigging out. It’s not often I am presented with such fare.