Move over Google, here comes Qooqle.

“Web 4.0 is about making connections, about serendipity and about the network taking initiative”. Read more here.¬†And watch Qooqle in action¬†here.



The burning house

Foster Huntington’s project started with him posting a picture of the things he would take with him if his house were burning. He then reached out to friends and acquaintances asking them to submit a photo and list of items.

‘If your house was burning, what would you take with you? It’s a conflict between what’s practical, valuable and sentimental. What you would take reflects your interests, background and priorities. Think of it as an interview condensed into one question.’

What would you take with you?

Have a look at this brilliant idea here.

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– Check out his blog


“Easy, social, online volunteering for busy people.” is the world’s first microvolunteering network. ‘ It’s an entirely *online* form of volunteering that allows you to lend your professional skills whenever and wherever you have time.’

Basically, the platform helps connecting (talented professionals) volunteers with a huge number of nonprofits that need design, branding, and copy writing help *Like!*

Sign up and get started here.

Putting some sense into FB

An on-going series of concepts to improve Facebook – by Youssef Sarhan.

*Made me smile* – Yo Zuck! Some ideas should (really) be taken seriously.

Check it out here.

Visa digital wallet.

Finally there are rumblings that our payments and loyalty cards and such things will become digital. Why has it taken so long to do it?

I don’t want to carry around a bulky wallet with zillions of cards anymore. I want all my card numbers, details, receipts, loyalty programs securely stored digitally so that I can make transactions in-store effortlessly and have my history in a database somehwhere, so retailers can actually identify me rather than send me random meaningless offers based on my geography or one purchase I happened to make last week.

The multiple sclerosis journey

This is probably the first project of its kind, brought to you by Lowe Pirella Fronzoni, Italy.

This new site is about raising awareness about multiple sclerosis (specifically what every patient goes through) and the story unfolds… In the URL bar!

Check it out here, and click on the right arrow to start reading.