“If you don’t learn from your fuck ups, then you’ve really fucked up.”
A fellow Swede is opening a Museum of Failure with some really great and hilarious failures. There will be a pop-up in the US, but not in Washington. See some dates at www.museumoffailure.se
Snap Inc. is launching a program called Snap to Store, which will measure the amount of people who actually visit a specific location after seeing an ad via Snapchat. Deets here
Shoe-String Theory: Science shows why shoelaces come untied.
Kayak’s new travel site is… a spreadsheet?
Go straight to the spreadsheet Kayak at Work.
Long but interesting guide on naming (mainly companies).
Don’t even think of naming your business until you read this.
Need a new side-gig*? Send your app Snaplication to McD’s via Snapchat!
*Offer only good in Australia
One of the most anticipated games to drop in a long time, Everything, a Must-Play Game Like Nothing You’ve Seen Before is now on PS4 and will be out for PC next month. Will you spend most of your time as a tree or a random molecule in a stream?
YouTube TV joins the swarm of content providers trying to make good on live internet TV. Go get em’ tiger.
Calling all Audiophiles – Spotify is testing out a Lossless audio option. Check the link for a test to see if you’ve got enough audio chops to care.
Webby nominees are out today and Travis Rice THE FOURTH PHASE was recognized as an Honoree in the Technical Achievement category.
Honoree work ranks in the top 17% of all work entered. This year the Webbys received 13,000 entries from 50 states and over 70 countries.
Mashable makes fun of Google for their “It’s Lit” trend report on Millennials. Critique here. Actual trend report here.
Warren Buffet graces the side of Cherry Coke’s China launch last month