RT @_WordGirl: END.VACUUM by M.Einziger, a 9 Mvmt Symph http://bit.ly/2KN6qn Utterly breathtaking. I saw the only perf LIVE @RoyceHall UCLA.
Tired, yet sleepless.
It’s autumn in Zurich. This Summer was a quickie. Without the heat.
At Apple Store Zurich you can buy Snow Leopard today. Preordering actually gets me my copy later than buying it in the store. #epic #fail
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Apple sent Snow Leopard on August 25. Four days later I still didn’t get it. In this time you could have sent it to Alaska. #swiss #fail
Switzerland has likely the slowest postal service on earth. #snow-leopard #swiss #postal-service #epic #fail
The 10 most common Brand Stream misconceptions →
The introduction of the idea of Brand Streams a couple of weeks ago caused a little stir in the scene. Interesting enough, both blog posts related to the topic didn’t get any comments, but I got…
Apparently the ad industry is so desperate, they are reaching out to fix their bad image with a movie. “Art & Copy” http://bit.ly/WWSmv
RT @_WordGirl: “Remember, that while transparency is key to building a trustworthy #brand, #transparency and clarity is the ultimate goal.”
RT @_WordGirl: “Font Wars: Ikea fans fume over the brand’s switch to Verdana. http://su.pr/2NKokV”- A great example of a #brand-stream.
New blog post: “The 10 most common Brand Stream misconceptions” ^Core http://bit.ly/24IOq #brand #branding #brand-streams #brandstreams
The end of deception: 10 common branding misconceptions. http://bit.ly/24IOq #brand #branding #brand-streams #brandstreams
Comparing Health Care models: “T.R. Reid: Looking Overseas For ‘Healing Of America’, Fresh Air from WHYY” ^NPR http://bit.ly/kM5MK
The Swiss Postal Service is slow. Although Apple confirmed my copy of Snow Leopard was sent on August 25, it didn’t arrive today, August 28.
I accidently found that bit.ly function to retrieve links that were shortened when I wasn’t logged in: http://bit.ly/account/import_history
Kidnapped girl lived 18 years in captivity in San Francisco. A horrid, shocking story. So sad. http://bit.ly/12fQS1
Facebook 3.0 for iPhone is good. It’s what it should have been with version 1. Come on guys, where’s your vision?
Augmented Reality are big words for tooltips on live video.
Love “Californication”. Love California even more, but there’s nothing like a good story.
“There used to be a time when I seemed to write more than I ate.” First line of my ‘other project’.
Knowing that most of my friends are spending the next eleven days in the desert doesn’t make me feel too old. Wish I was there. Have fun!
Spotify on iPhone is not “unlimited”, as Mashable’s headline suggests. It’s restricted to Sweden, Norway, Finland, the UK, France and Spain.
Kontain Enterprise →
“The application Safari 4.0.3 crashed unexpectedly.” ^Mac OS. — I hope these issues will be gone with Snow Leopard.
Sorry about the uncommented URL. I should only authorize third party apps to use Twitter if I’m sure I won’t use them without thinking.
Corona And Gummi Bears would make a great movie title. In your mouth, not so good. http://bit.ly/9dcJY
Is there a way to reclaim a bit.ly URL, if you created it without being logged in?
No worries. I just thought you felt like you owe me, and I would be surprised about that. I’m sure we’ll find something to help each other.
I noticed an increase of bad #grammar, wrong #spelling and a missing care for good #language use on Twitter. Or is it just here?
Now I can lean back and try to wind down.
New blog post: “Apple’s Safari 4 doesn’t care about your privacy” ^Core http://bit.ly/cObLR
Feel free to comment on Safari’s privacy issues: http://bit.ly/cObLR
Apple's Safari 4 doesn't care about your privacy →
In February 2008, I wrote about Safari 4.0 when it was first launched as a beta. Back then, I focussed on the learnings Apple had made by being inspired by the innovations introduced with…
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Direct messaging on Twitter is so much more efficient. The 140 signs limitation is forcing me to be concise.
Wow, Twitter is down again? http://ff.im/75Rsa
I replaced top-sites with a different page. Tried everything. And I am sorry to confirm, Safari’s top-pages cannot be turned off. #fail
Funny: Swiss Apple Store online has no sign of Snow Leopard. Apple Store Zurich Bahnhofstrasse doesn’t know when they’ll get it either.
Snow Leopard will cost $29 in the US. In Switzerland it will cost $36.77. I guess the 7.77 are for increased bank secret admin costs. #joke
And one more, hacked Google Reader on Fluid. http://bit.ly/Zwtut
I’m hacking Google Reader in Fluid, using a modified Userscript.org script: http://bit.ly/ZfbkW, http://bit.ly/1y2LI and http://bit.ly/Iq7PC
Michael Jackson’s death officially declared homicide: http://bit.ly/ObOYV
Sorting out some duplication, triplication and quadruplication issues of events in iCal (how else could it be). #apple #sync #flaw