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2006 February 24

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explorer2.0

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Ever wondered how to keep all your folders organized? Well, nowadays, there’s Google Desktop Search and all that. But a system that also looks cool? Ok, ok, gadget-o-mania. But here you go:

Think of Tactile as a 3D file explorer with the ability to organize in a 3D space by exploiting useful visual and audible cues…

Many features of modern 2D desktops remind us that there isn’t enough room to organize large numbers of files….

The Tactile 3D UI allows you to roam around a 3D space and place objects where you want. Each object gives clues as to its contents by emitting sounds and mapping thumbnails and icons onto certain faces. Other cues include a faster rotation rate for recently accessed content, different lighting for read-only files, and variation in collision sound effects based on file size.

Also, there’s a neat section about future interfaces.

Tactile 3d by Upper Bounds.

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tribal life

February 24, 2006 | By |

swarm convenience.

(i just like the word.)

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dynamic einstein picture

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Dynamic Einstein Picture

The Dynamic Einstein Picture lets you scribble makes Mr Brains scribble your messages on his chalk board. Looking good, that!

[via Boing Boing]

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Trendspotting

February 24, 2006 | By |

The Daily Show Takes On Social Networking

Daily Show takes on social networking. All you need to know about Social Networking. Don’t miss out on that one, it’s gonna be a classic!

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google video

February 24, 2006 | By |

when has google launched google video??? hard to keep up with google’s pace, heh?

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don’t click

February 24, 2006 | By |

“DONTCLICK.IT is an imaginary research institute”. And it’s been around for a little while, but it’s great: A beautiful, smart & ambitious website about click-less navigation.

Please prerpare yourself mentally for the new situation and click here for the last time before entering the project.

[thanks, plasma.]