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Insanely aufregend!

What’s the main purpose of a CPU? To be insanely fast? To be bloody capable? No. The main task of a CPU is to support our creativity and tear down barriers of technology holding back our expressionism.

Date posted
January 11, 2011
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Jo Wedenigg

Google is doing ads for … ads.

Google has published a nice little video breaking the way for more intelligent, relevant and over all better banner advertising. Well … they are doing an ad campaign for ads.

Date posted
November 24, 2010
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Jo Wedenigg

Love for details

Yesterday Apple released an update to its iOS mobile operating system. They also opened up the “Find my iPhone” Feature (previously tied to a MobileMe account) for use with any available AppleID free of charge. But Apple would be Apple without the usual bells and whistles that come with the update.

Date posted
November 23, 2010
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Date posted
November 3, 2010
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Clone Wars

Have you heard of vKontakte.ru? Me neither. Until I stumbled upon André Paetzel’s recent article in which he describes worldwide social network trends and highlights the regional players in the network landscape of 2010. Besides Hyves.nl – the too cool to give instill hip social network in the Netherlands – he also mentioned vKontake.ru. A social […]

Date posted
September 15, 2010
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Jo Wedenigg

Microsoft’s new marketing strategy

You know what they say: a strategy is better the shorter and more simple it gets. Well, sometimes a strategy is so damn simple you can put it down on just one, single presentation slide. After hours and hours of thinking I may present to you: Microsoft’s future marketing strategy (perfectly aligned with the company’s […]

Date posted
September 13, 2010
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Jo Wedenigg

Marcus … don’t comment on that!

By now every decent tech journalist on this planet had to acknowledge the deep impact iPhone, iPod touch and iPad had on the portable gaming industry. Apple’s iOS devices continue to trumpet their triumph through the halls of Sony, Nintendo and Co. Now Sony has started it’s own private version of Counter Strike.

Date posted
September 10, 2010
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Jo Wedenigg

I love …

… all kinds of things. But freedom is certainly my personal top hit. Freedom that comes from creation, destruction, recombination and pure force of will. That’s what being digital has to offer to us. That’s what it’s all about being a digital native.

Date posted
September 8, 2010
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Jo Wedenigg

iPhone OS 3.0 – A personal review

In all my geekiness I installed iPhone OS 3.0 as soon as it became available on Wednesday. The update process was smooth and it doesn’t even require you to reset your phone. Which means you don’t have to re-sync your media library, saving you a lot of time. Just install the new software, reboot and […]

Date posted
June 12, 2009
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Jo Wedenigg

Tetris

Google is celebrating Tetris today. In honor of the legendary game, they changed their prominent logo accordingly …

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Date posted
June 6, 2009
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Jo Wedenigg