â€œA free and open world depends on a free and open Internet. Governments alone, working behind closed doors, should not direct its future. The billions of people around the globe who use the Internet should have a voice.â€
A free and open web depends on taking a stand against governments who try to filter and censor content. And maybe the people you elected are using a closed-door meeting to regulate the Internet, where regulators try to change one of the most remarkable inventions of humanity.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) only listens to governments, with no place for engineers, companies, and people like you to have a saying on the future of the web. A secretive and bureaucratic organization were we, the users, are not welcomed.
Not a week goes by without a new mobile photo app by a brand. Last month it was Sony with their PhotoHopping, develop by LBi, and last week it was Coca-Cola with their fancy new photo-sharing app Happy Places.
But the one that seemed less of a bandwagon jump was Ray-Ban’s Ambermatic App, developed by R/GA Stockholm.
The free iOs App allows Ray-Ban users and fans to shoot their the photos and once taken, the App sends the image to the Ray-Ban flagship store in Covent Garden, London, where it is re-shot through an analogue Ray-Ban Ambermatic lens, and returned to the handset in Ambermatic style.
Halloween is now gone, but Zombies are always worth mentioning. Specially when they are part of and HTML5 Experiment where players find themselves being chased on an interactive 3D environment built on WebGL.
They Will Eat You is set on a cemetery and you can run for your live and score high amongst your friends. Since it’s damn scary, perhaps i can leave you just with the demo video with original music, all part of this experimental work created by B-Reel.