Spotted on the London Underground, Apple’s latest CBS Outdoor Campaign for the iPad. Out of 300,000 Apps, they have chosen to feature the Dazed & Confused Magazine App. The Exact Editions developed App holds the iconic magazine’s Twenty Year archive, with every issue available at the tap of a button. The chosen cover is from the December 2012 issue featuring renowned stylist Nicola Formichetti (picture of the ad on his Tumblr) and J-pop Princess Kyary Pamyu … Keep Reading
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David Gelernter has a fascinating essay over at Wired on: The End of the Web, Search, and Computer as We Know It. He argues that our web-based spatial metaphors for computing are being replaced by time-based metaphors, or what he calls lifestreams, which are highly individual and instantaneous, which get melded together to form a global worldstream. Some of his commentators think that Gelernter was ‘under the influence’ when he wrote the piece, it is certainly an intriguing and … Keep Reading
Forking happens in software projects when a developer or group of developers takes code that has been developed by one community for one purpose, and then duplicates that code and takes it off in another direction. Forking an operating system or an ‘open source’ software project or application may be perfectly legal and within the spirit of the free software. For example, Google launched Android as a free and open operating system for mobile software development and more or less … Keep Reading
Wanderlust, the UK’s leading travel magazine, is now available with Exact Editions.
The magazine for those with a sense of adventure can now be read digitally from anywhere in the world. The latest issue is sent straight to your inbox, and is available to read across all our platforms including PC, Apple and Android devices.
To subscribe and view a sample of the digital archive, simply visit this link – www.exacteditions.com/wanderlust
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The publisher of one of the UK’s biggest and best consumer magazines told me in a recent conversation that he was planning to launch a new app for his magazine based on a new model of ‘digital magazine reading’, one informed by detailed usability studies and that this new style app will be launched for iTunes, for Google Play, for Amazon Kindle Fire and for the yet to be released Microsoft Surface tablet.
I don’t know what this publisher has … Keep Reading