How many of the phones you owned are in ~the Evolution of the mobile phone~ by Docomo:

Japanese communications company NTT docomo celebrates its 20th anniversary with an exhibition showcasing the evolution of mobile phone culture starting from 1987 to the present day. the extensive chronological display of cell phones on view at tokyo designers’ weekoffered a visual documentation of the progress made in terms of size, shape, form, color and materials used in the design of today’s mobile devices:

Lightt is a fun, new way to see and share life, as it happens:

My friends Olivier and Sander mentioned Lightt to me recently…


It’s easy to capture and share what’s happening around you with Lightt. With one tap, you grab 10 seconds of time in a burst of pictures. They call this a “highlight.” Your highlights upload instantly and connect in a seamless stream of beautiful moving pictures. Watch your highlights, and the highlights shared by your friends, play back faster than life, like the speed of your memory.

Do visit their site and do scroll down!

Mismatching your socks can be really annoying. Luckily there’s an app for that now too:

BLACKSOCKS launches world first – Smarter Socks. Probably the smartest socks in the world:

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Smarter Socks consist of socks with a communication chip, the Sock Sorter and the BLACKSOCKS iPhone app. So this might be the weirdest application of RFID meets iPhone app I’ve ever seen, yet I’m sure you’ll love it all the same, for all sorts of random useless tech reasons! Clearly tackling a big global problem, mismatching your pairs of black socks can be really annoying, you know when you get the left sock on the right foot? Well, BlackSocks is your perfect solution, never again will you have unmatched pairs or place the wrong sock on the wrong foot… Plus, you’ll know when they are wearing out with a sophisticated black colour tool…! Spoof right? No idea. But the app is real

Thanks, Sami!

Update: How @O7IVIER shot me and why @Hipstamatic is … wayward:


My friend Olivier from Cloudfactory shoots black and white snapshots on a daily base. It’s a style of mobile photography that differs from other forms of digital photography in that images are shot and processed on his iOS device. He calls it iPhoneography. He uses the Hipstamatic app with the Nike Freepak. That one was only available for a limited time and won’t return to their Hipstamart. Asshole Hipsters (Hipstamatic, not Olivier!).

Here’s a link to Olivier’s blog:


Update: And this is a strange one! All of a sudden I got the Nike Freepak! I don’t know how, it just downloaded with my download of the Rock The Vote Freepak… STRANGE!

But: Thanks anyway, you wayward Hipsters!