Very interesting premise, particularly the box part. Really odd that the e-commerce giants didn’t try this:
With Sold’s app, you take a picture of the thing you want to sell and write a description. The company uses a mix of algorithmic and human judgment to figure out how much you can probably get for the item and sends you the proposed price. If you accept, Sold posts your product on whatever online marketplace the company determine is best—eBay, Amazon or smaller niche sites, depending on what you’re selling.
via Why 3 MIT Grads Want to Send You an Empty Box | Wired Business | Wired.com.
Some very interesting insights, particularly focused on USA and China. A fair number of takeaways for India too if you read between the slides – the huge smartphone market potential and the upcoming mobile-enabled services revolution – given that we have a population similar to China’s, and one that is a lot better versed in English.
via Mary Meeker is Back With Her 2013 Internet Trends Report Slides – Jason Del Rey – D11 – AllThingsD.
A really close look at the evolution of the Star Wars logo and typography.
Tenth Letter of the Alphabet: Anatomy of a Logo: Star Wars.
Applies as much to the 1980s born I'd say –
Revolutions , technological breakthroughs, innovations, new genres of music, cartoons and films anything.
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