Interesting browser extension by Flickr, showcasing beautiful photos for every new tab opened on Google Chrome.

Brands are turning their attention to Instagram in 2015,  as Facebook’s news feed algorithm pushes them to look for other places where organic reach is still an option.

Now that we’re into New Year’s resolutions and getting in shape, it’s worth checking out this interesting project by Strava, the running and cycling app, that took the quantified self into frames: 2014 Strava Story.

Christmas should be a season of giving and altruism, unless you’re more about selfies or enjoy playing a prank on your friends.

GAFAnomics explains how Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon have evolved and decodes their visions on a strategic framework developed by Fabernovel.

Henning Lohse and Jan-Lukas Tirpitz created an Arduino and Bluetooth powered glove that converts hand movements to signals sent to an audio workstation.

I’m afraid the web/tech community has done a lousy job promoting RSS, and even people I consider tech savvy aren’t aware how to use RSS or how it would improve the way they consume information.

After posting about GIFerator, here’s another campaign pushing this old format into new places.

The yellow brick road to the Internet Of Things is becoming a lot more fun, as we leave the realm of technology novelty and start to create experiences based on human metaphors.

YouTube:Lab at Ars Electronica places a recurring  question: is YouTube the next TV?