Designing my new Google Reader

Are you one of the last desperate Google Reader users like me? Don’t worry, you can still read your feeds using other readers and then, Google Reader wasn’t that great service that we think. I work in digital communication and I’ve three different accounts that I use for my personal branding, for the Transport CompanyContinue reading “Designing my new Google Reader”

Foursquare switch to OpenStreetMap and simplify the access to the open data

On Wednesday February 29th, the bissextile day of 2012, Foursquare announced on his blog the switch from Google Maps to OpenStreetMaps. I hope that this transition will help the open source/data world like never before. This is the first time that an Open Source project can be improved simply using an easy, known and fun application like Foursquare.Continue reading “Foursquare switch to OpenStreetMap and simplify the access to the open data”

The touchable future

Google and Microsoft are restyling the interfaces of a lot of their products and web sites. They are fighting in the office automation market, in the cloud services and in the mobile. Obviously they’ve different approach and different corporate images, but I think that there’s a convergent vision in their plans. Look at Gmail, Greader, Gmap, G+, YouTubeContinue reading “The touchable future”