Your Weekend Viewing


From BusinessInsider: “More and more companies are abandoning traditional advertising and trying to go viral. Nokia’s latest ad created by Wieden + Kennedy offers 80 seconds of the largest and perhaps the coolest stop-motion animation you’ve ever seen.


Augmented Real World

 Fast Company introduces us to Layar, which it says ” just took its system to a whole new level by installing a real-world object recognition protocol that’s a little like Google’s Goggles. You decide.


On the Beet

As Beet.TV celebrates its fifth anniversary and a glowing piece in American Journalism Review, here a segment it produced this week on the increase in online views at as the market roils.


iPhone 5 Revealed…NOT!

As if Apple watchers couldn’t have enough anticipation over the next version of the iPhone, some enterprising hoaxer created an elaborate video claiming to reveal images and specs for the iPhone 5 (in german, no less).


Google+ Bites the Dust

I’m liking Google+, and don’t believe it will “bite the dust” anytime soon. Via SquarePeg HT @kamichat


Creepy or Brilliant?

The Next Web penned a piece on the prospect of QR Codes on tombstones, and sure enough, here’s a company that’s making a go of it.