guardian:

The New York subway photographs of Christopher Morris

This atmospheric series depicts the chaos and squalor of New York’s subway system in 1981, in all its graffitied glory. The then 22-year-old Christopher Morris – these days best known for his war photography – was interning at a photo agency. “I was new to New York, at the very start of my career, and I became mesmerised by the total urban decay, that was most visual with the subway system.” See more

david-noel:

wired:

Elon Musk is constantly traveling between San Francisco and Los Angeles to attend to his business at Tesla and Space X. So he said to himself, “there has to be a better way.”
Turns out there is.
Load yourself into an enormous shotgun shell and shoot yourself 400 miles across the state at 800 mph. It sounds crazy, but Musk swears it will work. And if he doesn’t build it, someone else will.
Musk’s proposal to revolutionize mass transit is called the Hyperloop. It would transport passengers in individual aluminum pods powered by turbines and solar energy in above-ground tubes, cost $6-10 billion to build, and make the trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles in 35 minutes. Oh, and a ticket will run you around $20.
But it only exists in a 57-page alpha white paper. And if someone grabbed the idea and ran with it today, Musk says it would still be 7 to 10 years away.
[MORE: Elon Musk’s Fantastical Vision of Mass Transit]

These are the kind of big ideas we need. These are the kind of leaders we need. People who dream up big and crazy things. People who are determined to prove to all of us that crazy ideas are possible. 
I want to live in a world where I can imagine that in years time, I will sit on a thing like that instead of a plane between San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Come on world, let’s do it.

Agreed. Hot damn this is cool.

david-noel:

wired:

Elon Musk is constantly traveling between San Francisco and Los Angeles to attend to his business at Tesla and Space X. So he said to himself, “there has to be a better way.”

Turns out there is.

Load yourself into an enormous shotgun shell and shoot yourself 400 miles across the state at 800 mph. It sounds crazy, but Musk swears it will work. And if he doesn’t build it, someone else will.

Musk’s proposal to revolutionize mass transit is called the Hyperloop. It would transport passengers in individual aluminum pods powered by turbines and solar energy in above-ground tubes, cost $6-10 billion to build, and make the trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles in 35 minutes. Oh, and a ticket will run you around $20.

But it only exists in a 57-page alpha white paper. And if someone grabbed the idea and ran with it today, Musk says it would still be 7 to 10 years away.

[MORE: Elon Musk’s Fantastical Vision of Mass Transit]

These are the kind of big ideas we need. These are the kind of leaders we need. People who dream up big and crazy things. People who are determined to prove to all of us that crazy ideas are possible. 

I want to live in a world where I can imagine that in years time, I will sit on a thing like that instead of a plane between San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Come on world, let’s do it.

Agreed. Hot damn this is cool.

(Source: Wired)

TapCommerce Insights: Attribution on mobile is fundamentally different

tapcommerce:

Summary: View-through attribution should be more influential in mobile compared to desktop since viewability isn’t an issue.

Why I’m doing what I’m doing.

Why I’m doing what I’m doing.

TapCommerce Insights: The biggest oversight iOS app developers make

tapcommerce:

Last month, Twitter announced a new feature for developers called mobile app deep-linking that received less attention than it deserved. This feature allows app developers to enable links directly to their apps from tweets. To use one of Twitter’s examples, say you take a photo in Path and…

I wrote a blog post today. It’s pretty rare, so check it out if you get really excited about mobile marketing and arcane developer features in iOS 6.

fuckyeanba:

SHUMP!!!!!

jstn:

forecast.io, from the creators of Dark Sky

Instantly replaces everything else weather-related on my phone.

jstn:

forecast.io, from the creators of Dark Sky

Instantly replaces everything else weather-related on my phone.