This Digitized Society

Sep 30

Ritot - the first projection watch. -

Interesting take on a digital watch.

TomTom’s Golf Wearable

The TomTom Golfer

Sep 25

“The latest research, in fact, overwhelmingly suggests that delayed production of melatonin due to blue light exposure at night is causing far more problems than insomnia, from diabetes and certain types of cancer to lupus and migraine headaches. Optometrists are even seeing high levels of retinal stress in young people that could lead to the early onset of macular degeneration, which in extreme cases can cause near blindness.” — What is the blue light from our screens really doing to our eyes?

The Bézier Game -

After going through the a few of the tutorial shapes, I didn’t make it passed the heart example, I was able to draw a car with the pen tool. For 12 years I have never fully understood the pen tool or how to use it properly. For 12 years I have struggled and gotten by.

Simply amazing game by Method Action to help people learn an important design tool.

Sep 24

Daring Fireball: Get Bent -

I fully agree.

SwiftKey Blog - Why does SwiftKey require full access -

After seeing the iOS warning granting a keyboard “full access” that I decided security trumped the convenience of swipe typing. I am glad that I came across this blog post from the SwiftKey team that put my worries to rest.

I am really digging on having the ability to swipe type with one hand.

Sep 23

Samsung exits laptop market including Chromebooks -

Looks like Samsung and Sony need to trim the fat.

Sep 17

Android Browser flaw a “privacy disaster” for half of Android users | Ars Technica -

Oi!

iOS 8 is here

The flood gates have opened and app developers have been busy leveraging all of the new iOS 8 APIs.

Chrismahanukwanzakah has come early this year.

Transmit iOS -

I know what you are thinking. “Holy $hit!, I can get a FTP client on iOS that has also provides a full fledged file manager solution. The reckoning is upon us.”

Sep 15

Fabric circuit boards can be stretched, washed, and shot | ExtremeTech -

Exclusive: Two Apple medical trials shed light on how HealthKit will work -

Apple’s HealthKit and partnerships with medical equipment manufacturers seems very interesting.

Aside from this being a hardware + software ecosystem advantage play, I wonder if the medical equipment companies will have to pay a “Made for iDevice” license fee.