It is Friday and we haven’t posted in a while, so here’s a semi-juicy WebWalker. There’s more in the pipes, too.
- Web 2.0 Strip Generator – Looks like our designers are out of a job: we’ll just modify this and plug in the Walker font, and voila! Walker Identity a la Web 2.0 (so you know it’s gotta be BETA!) -Nate
Justin notes: They could use a designer to fix their hideous justified type, so we designers aren’t totally out of a job yet.
- Software Kaleidoscope – A very fancy display from Samsung combined with a video camera and some processing work. Make sure you check out the movie. I wonder how many interesting projects get made at trade shows to just show off some technology and then never see the light of day again. -Via Brent
- Lola Running Very Quickly – Speaking of Processing, Daniel Shiffman has been working on a system he calls Most Pixels Ever which is a library for spanning processing projects across multiple screens relatively easily. In this demo, he’s taken every frame from Run Lola Run plays it as a giant grid of changing frames. Quite the interesting way to look at time based media. -Justin
Social Media Marketing for Small Business (And non-profits?) – Search Engine Land has a great article on why social media is useful for business and how to do it. There are some great tips in there, and many museums are working on these issues. It is something I will expand upon during our workshop at Museums and the Web 2007. -Justin