Summary: At first, Untitled Folder might sound like a discussion about what's happening in the world of design and technology. But dig a little deeper, and you'll find a show about how the things we make and use affect us and change us. It's a show that goes beyond the news to ask questions about what it all means for our lives and our work.
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The Traitor.mp3In this episode we discuss the iPhone 5, Vincent's move to Android, and the future of online publishing. Part 1: iPhone 5 and Galaxy S3 Galaxy S3 beats iPhone 5 for best device of 2012 http://www.cnet.com/8301-33506_1-57557848-306/galaxy-s3-beats-iphone-5-f... Android’s Siri, Google Now http://www.google.com/landing/now/ Part 2: The future of publishing The future of online publishing http://www.elezea.com/2012/12/future-online-publishing/ Aware.js http://notes.xoxco.com/post/36766728425/aware-js-make-your-site-reader-a...
The Other Side of the Door.mp3In episode 2 of Untitled Folder, Rian is joined by Kerry-Anne Gilowey and Vincent Hofmann to discuss what we learned at the recent Content Strategy Forum conference in Cape Town. After discussing some of our favourite moments from the conference, we switch gears to talk about the types of things we share on social media, and the rules we all make for ourselves. And we ask: is it ok to share sad news or ask for support from our friends when we're going through a tough time? Or is that just an unnecessary downer on people's timelines? Content Strategy Forum web site: http://csforum2012.com/ Content Strategy Forum presentations: http://www.slideshare.net/conference/content-strategy-forum-2012-2012-10 Interview with Nic Haralambous: http://www.adlip.co.za/2012/11/14/november-2012-mobile-marketing-tactics... Sharing sad news on Facebook: https://plus.google.com/109476442444769469197/posts/JdY1sokXyo2
In this show we discuss the release of the iPhone 5 and changes made to the Twitter API At first, Untitled Folder might sound like a discussion about what's happening in the world of design and technology. But dig a little deeper, and you'll find a show about how the things we make and use affect us and change us. It's a show that goes beyond the news to ask questions about what it all means for our lives and our work. iPhone 5 New iPhone debuts with larger screen, thinner designhttp://www.loopinsight.com/2012/09/12/new-iphone-debuts-with-larger-scre... iPhone 5: Questions, Comments, And Observationshttp://www.splatf.com/2012/09/iphone-5/ Why you shouldn’t be pre-disappointed with the next iPhonehttp://www.elezea.com/2012/09/iphone-5-disappointment/ iPhone 5 : Panel discussion post iPhone 5 launchhttp://techcrunch.com/2012/09/12/the-loops-jim-dalrymple-apple-got-a-dec... iPhone 5 Pre-Order Sells Out 20X Faster Than 4 And 4S, Further Highlighting Apple’s Dominancehttp://techcrunch.com/2012/09/14/iphone-5-pre-order-sells-out-20x-faster... Twitter API v1.1: Changes coming in Version 1.1 of the Twitter API:https://dev.twitter.com/blog/changes-coming-to-twitter-api Interpreting some of Twitter’s API changes:http://www.marco.org/2012/08/16/twitter-api-changes Twitter hands down new, strict rules for third-party developers:http://www.macworld.com/article/1168183/twitter_hands_down_new_strict_ru... The business side of things: Understanding Twitter: http://www.splatf.com/2012/07/understanding-twitter/ Background on App.net: What Twitter could have been:http://daltoncaldwell.com/what-twitter-could-have-been Announcing an audacious proposal:http://daltoncaldwell.com/an-audacious-proposal Could Twitter be starting a slow decline? Twitter, Utility: http://tightwind.net/2012/08/twitter-utility/ Twalden: http://patrickrhone.com/2012/07/11/twalden/