If you’re a regular reader of the blog, you know that we send out a weekly email to the BBH staff with 10 links we like every week. We look for things that are provocative, challenging, useful, or just plain interesting. When we feel really good about the list, we post it to the blog. Here’s the list from the last 7 days. Feel free to let us know what we’re missing. The list is strongly influenced by what we tweet. Or if following us is too big a commitment, feel free to get our links via trunk.ly.
Next-gen iPads & iPhones can be your payment system for things in the real world. Apple’s place in our lives may be on the verge of changing dramatically.
Smart contact-lenses with heads-up LED iris displays. Welcome to the world of augmented vision.
Former black Sheep Ben Malbon went to Tokyo on business and made this fantastic instagram album of his trip.
“We’re so eager to describe the web in utopian or dystopian terms.” NYT’s review of Sherry Turkle’s Alone Together book.
Social Media Week is a global event from 2/7 – 2/11 with a number of incredible, free events worth attending.
A second worthy bit (& piece) from the Malbon family. Tim Malbon of Made by Many rants on participation requests from brands (read the comments too).
BMW is making films again, but this time they’re documentaries about mobility. They had us at ‘jet packs.’
A collection of brilliant quotes from startups that deliver incredible wisdom in just a few characters.
We loved (and almost solved) this visual puzzle of 20 things that happened on the Internet in 2010.