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16 w ago
Universal Encyclopedia Visualizations
'Wikiverse' Portrays Wikipedia Articles as Stars in a Cosmos
Wikipedia contains a truly massive amount of information, and to illustrate just how humongous the online, open source encyclopedia is, ‘Wikiverse’ visualizes Wikipedia as a universe...
16 w ago
The 'MobyTrip' App Aggregates Vacation-Planning Sites
The MobyTrip app recognizes that the work behind planning a dream vacation can be enough to keep people from taking it. Perfect trips don’t happen by accident—they require searches...
36 w ago
Typographic Encyclopedia Readers
The Typeface-Focused Viki Reader for Wikipedia Optimizes Layout
This app is a nice reader for Wikipedia and ideal if you are the kind of person who finds it impossible to only look up one thing on the Internet encyclopaedia. Viki for iOS devices gives users &#...
41 w ago
Collaborative Knowledge-Sharing Platforms
This Initiative Helps Those Without Access to Internet
‘Project Empathy’ is a new initiative that aims to help those without access to Internet. Around the world, there are many classrooms with computers that lack Internet access. This...
45 w ago
Crowdsourced Resume-Building Services
This Platform Helps Users Create Peer-Authored Resumes
‘Wirki’ is a crowdsourced resume-building platform that allows users to build a career profile based on peer feedback. As the traditional resume becomes less important to employers, many...
60 w ago
Informative Social Media Apps
The Curiyo App Trawls Social Media For Relevant News and Information
If you’re a fan of the Curiyo website and plugin, you’ll be delighted to hear about the launch of the new Curiyo app, compatible with both iOS and Android. This app enables you to find...
61 w ago
Global History Infographics
The 'Histography' Graphic Explores Global History on Wikipedia
Histography is an incredible visualization that depicts the world’s history as projected on Wikipedia. Wikipedia’s history and evolution has been phenomenal and also very integral to the...
82 w ago
Endless by Matt Dalio is a Cheaper Option for Developing Worlds
After a trip to India, Matt Dalio made a clever connection that could change the way the emerging middle class live their lives—at least digitally. He noted that while most families had...
102 w ago
Soccer Player Mosaics
Lionel Messi by Charis Tsevis is an Artistic Tribute to Sports and Spain
Lionel Messi “is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a forward for Spanish club FC Barcelona and captains the Argentina national team,” according to Wikipedia. So it is...
129 w ago
Vintage Menswear-Inspired Editorials
The Amazing Magazine 'Buster' Photoshoot Stars Model Tatiana
Shot entirely in black and white, the Amazing Magazine ‘Buster’ editorial looks as though it was unearthed from a long lost vintage magazine. Not only is the photographic style old school,...
83 w ago
Customized Microchip Libraries
The eGranary Pocket Library Provides Access to Information
In an effort to bridge the digital divide and help those without access to the Internet gain knowledge, WiderNet created the eGranary Pocket Library. Currently seeking financial contributions on...
94 w ago
Comprehensive AR Maps (UPDATE)
The Wikitude Augmented Reality Map App Provides Practical Info
This augmented reality map app isn’t just practical in terms of helping you get around or orienting yourself when you get lost, the Wikitude app is also an educational resource for tourists....
96 w ago
Internet-Based Card Games
This Wikipedia Card Game Puts Your Internet Skills to Good Use
Linknotize is a Wikipedia card game that puts the ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ theory to the test. Players roll the dice, select two unrelated topics and set the timer before furiously...
108 w ago
Free Internet Apps (UPDATE)
Facebook's Internet.org is Improving African Internet Access in Kenya
Internet.org’s app is now improving African Internet access by moving into Kenya, its third country. After launching in Zambia in July 2013, the app offered free access to Facebook and other...
116 w ago
Magnified Search Engines
QWER.RE is a Service for the Visually Impaired
QWER.RE is a non-profit start-up that seeks to benefit the visually impaired. The website serves as a Wikipedia interface that can be more easily seen and navigated by those who suffer from visual...
121 w ago
20 Speeches on Business Models
From Creative Business Models to Envisioning Better Business
This collection of speeches features a number of professionals, CEOs and experts discussing the most effective business models. Different people will naturally advocate for different business models,...
123 w ago
Accessible Internet Apps
The Facebook Internet.org App Brings Free Web Services to South Africans
The Facebook Internet.org app newly launched, promising to bring free data and basic web services to parts of Southern Africa, without data charges. Amazingly, about 85% of people in the world live...
129 w ago
The hitchBOT Robot Will Try to Hitchhike Across Canada This Summer
If you’re in Canada and find yourself driving down the TransCanada highway and spot what appears to be a robot trying to hitch a ride, don’t be alarmed; it’s hitchBOT, a...
37 w ago
Visually Boosted Encyclopedia Apps
The New Wikipedia iOS App Encourages Discovery
The newly launched Wikipedia iOS app trades in the website’s simplistic layout for an interface that encourages discovery and learning. The modern discovery platform lets users access...
46 w ago
Social Engine Discovery Apps
The Curiosity Platform is an Unlimited Info Source Using Wikipedia
Having access to endless information while on-the-go allows consumers to constantly feed their curiosity, and the fittingly named Curiosity platform by Tamper offers unlimited access to information...
63 w ago
Universal Online Dictionaries
Kamusi Gold Aims to Translate Every Word From Every Language
Kamusi GOLD is the global online living dictionary that is working toward translating every word from every language into every other language. Kamusi, which means dictionary in Swahili, was...
76 w ago
Printed Web Encyclopedias
An Artist Translates Wikipedia Entries Into a Binded Book Series
Religious Internet users are no stranger to the informative power of Wikipedia entries. Though the website has often been described as a data source that is less than reputable, its longevity and...
99 w ago
Leveraging Technological Communities
Walter Isaacson's Connective Tech Talk Explores New Media
Biographer Walter Isaacson’s connective tech talk explores how collaborative technology creates hundreds of new communities that bring people from a wide variety of backgrounds together. This...
126 w ago
Fun Online Facts
This Internet Infographic Displays Amazing and Unexpected Web-based Facts
Created by Facts’n'Fakes, 10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Internet offers amazing facts about being online in the form of an internet infographic. The stats were compiled...
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