Ze Frank teaches us how to hire a web developer. I would have to say that from my experience he’s right on the mark. Visit his site for more off the wall thinking.
Ze Frank: What’s so funny about the web?
This is very funny, and inspirational.
Performer, web-toymaker and philosopher-comic Ze Frank offers his signature blend of comedy, technology and social theory, with hilarious takes on Google, video games, and haiku, to name but a few. All the while, he makes brilliant use of the screen to twist the meaning of his spoken words.
I’m just putting the finishing touches on Lovehorns.com. Kyle Jackson an artist from Nova Scotia Canada has been in the studio developing his latest series of interactive art called the lovehorn.
The Lovehorn is an interactive art sculpture offering a fun and imaginative way to express yourself and start conversations. Honking this happy rubber horn, housed in a custom carved and painted box sculpture ( 1 foot sq. x 4 inch deep), makes you smile, transmits your emotions and sends out a charming, colourful, and contemplative message.
This is the ultimate hug maker, honking this horn can mean any number of things, from lets get silly to I need some loving. Have a look at the site and let me know what you think.
kawasakis 10-20-30 Rule for Presentations.
I’ve been doing corporate presentations for many years and found this article to be very true. Guy Kawasaki’s punch line is
presentation should have ten slides, last no more than twenty minutes, and contain no font smaller than thirty points.
Guy further identifying the contents of your business plan presentation:
The ten topics that a venture capitalist cares about are:
- Your solution
- Business model
- Underlying magic/technology
- Marketing and sales
- Projections and milestones
- Status and timeline
- Summary and call to action
Potenco’s Pull-Cord Generator
(PCG) keeps portable electronic devices working all the time while providing freedom and independence from traditional power sources.
They state on their web site that the PCG will generate 3 hours play time on an iPod Shuffle (about one pull per song).You can view Saul’s TED lecture here at the home of creative thinkers.