The new iPhone just hit stores, and we’re taking a close look through the JESS3 telescope. Yes, telescope in the way that we’re looking from afar (from the end of the Apple store line) trying to size-up exactly what’s different about iPhone 5. Is it THAT much better?
Hopefully you’ve heard already, but a large number of unencrypted passwords were lost at LinkedIn. The guys over at FictiveKin did us all a great service by building Leakedin.org – a tool that lets you type in a password to see if it was among those that were compromised. If you haven’t already, change your password, […]
I recently stumbled across an interesting video that takes a look at “booth babes”.
There is no shortage of newsworthy events that emerge from the France’s LeWeb conference every year. We visualized what each day was all about.
Glitch is a multiplayer game co-founded by Stewart Butterfield of Flickr – as outlined in the above video, the game takes the player inside of the minds of eleven Giants
This Saturday, JESS3 helped sponsor MobileUXCamp in Washington, DC. The full-day event brought together members of the mobile community (both professionals and enthusiasts) to discuss the here-and-now of mobile technology and their projections for the future.
Last week ScienceDaily posted an article warning about the decline in active participation in voluntary organizations, with the largest declines in participation occurring “for fraternal, recreational, and ‘other’ memberships, although declines are seen for all other categories of membership as well.”
We’re everywhere. We straddle online and offline worlds, checking in on foursquare from our favorite cafe, grabbing lunch with someone we met on Twitter, and catching up with our best friend from third grade via Facebook. We’re inundated with information, we have our fingers on the pulse of any number of niche cultures, and we […]
JESS3 visits the Clearspring office. Gets free lunch.
Vintage video of Steve Jobs announcing Microsoft bailing out Apple Computers.