QReo: An Oreo QR code

redpepperland:

Can a functional QR code be built out of nothing but OREOs? We decided to find out.

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(Source: alejandramonroy)

rasidelslika:

Looking North on Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago. 3-shots HDR on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Double Door is seen on the left. 7:15AM

rasidelslika:

Looking North on Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago. 3-shots HDR on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Double Door is seen on the left. 7:15AM

(via chicagobusiness)

Well isn’t this adorable?

Well isn’t this adorable?

(Source: leilockheart, via muchacha11)

photo-of-daydreams:

“Just because something’s used for something you don’t like, doesn’t mean you have to you use it like that,”

photo-of-daydreams:

“Just because something’s used for something you don’t like, doesn’t mean you have to you use it like that,”

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littlebigdetails:

Trello - Color Blind Friendly Mode makes labels distinguishable by pattern.
/via Silvano Stralla

Great idea!

littlebigdetails:

Trello - Color Blind Friendly Mode makes labels distinguishable by pattern.

/via Silvano Stralla

Great idea!

thenextweb:

Online testing and targeting company Monetate today released its latest quarterly report on the state of e-commerce in the United States, dubbed EQ3 2012. (via The state of US e-commerce: California has the highest traffic, but Wyoming converts the most - The Next Web)

thenextweb:

Online testing and targeting company Monetate today released its latest quarterly report on the state of e-commerce in the United States, dubbed EQ3 2012. (via The state of US e-commerce: California has the highest traffic, but Wyoming converts the most - The Next Web)

stoweboyd:

Nielsen’s new Connected Devices study is out:

Social Media — 44% of 18-24 year olds and close to 50% of 25-34 year olds are visiting social networking sites on their smartphones during both commercials and programs while watching TV.
Seeking Information — 36% of people 35-54 and 44% of people 55-64 use their tablets to dive deeper into the TV program they are currently watching.

So the older folks are relying on search to make their experience of TV richer, while the youths are relying on each other.

stoweboyd:

Nielsen’s new Connected Devices study is out:

  • Social Media — 44% of 18-24 year olds and close to 50% of 25-34 year olds are visiting social networking sites on their smartphones during both commercials and programs while watching TV.
  • Seeking Information — 36% of people 35-54 and 44% of people 55-64 use their tablets to dive deeper into the TV program they are currently watching.

So the older folks are relying on search to make their experience of TV richer, while the youths are relying on each other.

(via thenextweb)

thenextweb:

According to the statistics, courtesy of the company’s upcoming ‘State of Social Media Report’, 59 percent of social media users in APAC interact with Twitter, Facebook and other services directly from a mobile device. That’s notable, not just for passing the 50 percent threshold, but also because it is 12 percent higher than the global average and approaching double the 33 percent in Europe and the US. (via Report: Half of World’s Social Media Users go Mobile, APAC Leads)

Whoa.

thenextweb:

According to the statistics, courtesy of the company’s upcoming ‘State of Social Media Report’, 59 percent of social media users in APAC interact with Twitter, Facebook and other services directly from a mobile device. That’s notable, not just for passing the 50 percent threshold, but also because it is 12 percent higher than the global average and approaching double the 33 percent in Europe and the US. (via Report: Half of World’s Social Media Users go Mobile, APAC Leads)

Whoa.