The Treehouse + The Cave


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Sunday, November 11, 2007

Another Cave

I read Rands regularly but missed this 'til now. Definition of another cave.

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Blogger Mick thought:

Further verification that "This is interactive."

Wonderful...

November 11, 2007 at 9:22 PM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous mamajama thought:

Look how it's proliferating--look how much people love it--and I'm especially excited by how it may "revitalize" cover art--what an influence you are having. xoxoxo mamajama

November 14, 2007 at 4:33 PM - Comment Permalink  

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Cover Flow Status

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Still favoring CoverFlow.app


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Building Cover Flow in SilverLight


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Scoble using books to demonstrate the fliptych


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Another Javascript implementation


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Dr. Macenstein hates Cover Flow


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Share Cover Flow across Macs and PCs


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Will Cover Flow revitalize album cover design?


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Another Flash implementation


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Another SilverLight implementation


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A way to improve Cover Flow


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"Easter Egg" in Leopard disses Windows


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Googling with Cover Flow


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Cover Flow for D&D


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Cover Flow running on a Chumby


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Cover Flow for porn by Joy of Tech


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Cover Flow coming to SafariStand


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IKImageFlowView


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Cover Flow for People (Address Book)


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Cover Flow/Quicksilver UI Mock-up


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Cover Flow running on an HTC Touch


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Cover Flow in the Finder: more evidence the Mac Touch is coming?


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Cover Flow implemented in DigiGirl.app using IKImageFlowView


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Microsoft receives patent on Cover Flow-like interface for mobile devices


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Reflex.js, yet another Javascript clone


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Social.FM employs Cover Flow browsing


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BBC employs Cover Flow browsing of Radio 1 DJs

Anonymous osamwal thought:

Yeah, I'm #8 !!
(The white AS2 PictureFlow from France)

November 12, 2007 at 10:05 AM - Comment Permalink  

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X-Ray Vision

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Saturday, November 10, 2007

Aura

Northface

It's like half Peter Coffin, half Karel Funk, half rave nostalgia.

via Irak Blog

Anonymous mamajama thought:

Love it and love to see you still posting. Looking so forward to seeing you soon. xoox

November 11, 2007 at 8:23 AM - Comment Permalink  

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Quotations

"Advertising will get more and more targeted until it disappears, because perfectly targeted advertising is just information. There's little point in saying something until the time is right, then you just have to say it once, and the idea takes over and does all the work." - Dave Winer

Via Kottke

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