On his latest post, Tim Brown talks about the future of the book, and how it shows up as an experience on tablets.
From share of voice on Nelson, reading list suggested by your coworkers with Coupland and rich, contextual narratives with Alice, IDEO explores some of the themes we’ve been discussing at Fullsix recently: think beyond the hardware and instead push the limits of what you can do with content and social technologies.
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By Making we mean craftsmanship, an attention to and understanding of materials, and an emphasis on collaboration. By Future we mean something not seen before, something new and unexpected. Not so much sci-fi, as near-future. By Magic we mean surprising, culturally powerful, unusual, capable of delighting. By Making Future Magic we mean all three, and that’s the combination we look for in all our creative endeavours. We believe in the superpotency of properly balanced commercial and cultural ambitions. And we don’t want to add to the overflowing cultural landfill. The ambition behind Making Future Magic is to make work that’s as culturally powerful and sensitive as it is commercially effective
Take any of these 3 ideas and make them greater:
A Digg for YouTube comments
Something that just came after the inspired comment regarding Arcade Fire’s music:
I never knew that I, as a woman, was capable of erections until I starting listening to Arcade Fire
Paper.li for Facebook
A newspaper with the most important links shared by your Facebook friends. Oh, you can find me on Paper.li/armandoalves.
Cereals with QR codes/AR markers
Not the box, but the diamonds. As in Â“augmented Golden GrahamsÂ”. At least you’d have an excuse to play with cereals in the morning, not just staring at the box. Besides, we have already chocolate QR codes.