Write the Headline

Nike Football lights up Johannesburg with an interactive LED installation on a massive scale

Taking over Johannesburg’s towering Southern Life Center building, Nike Football‘s interactive LED light show “Write the Headline” allows fans around the world to root for their favorite World Cup player in a big way. The installation, almost the size of half a football pitch, displays submissions from Facebook, Twitter (#nikefuture), QQ (a Chinese chat program), and Mxit (a South African IM app) that read from …

Blockchalk

A community bulletin board app for easy mobile griping

As one of the newest additions to the growing spate of crowd-sourced apps for mobile devices, Blockchalk puts user-friendly, location-based bulletin boards in the palm of users hands in over 13,000 neighborhoods worldwide. Developed by Delicious alums Stephen Hood and Dave Baggeroer of the Institute of Design at Stanford, Blockchalk’s purpose is to restore neighborhood-specific connectivity on a more local level than the kind typically …

Twittering the 99% Conference

Today officially kicks off 99%, our two-day conference exploring the art of realizing ideas. With a speaker line-up full of heavy-hitters, hosted by Behance's founder Scott Belsky and our own Josh Rubin, the day guarantees at least a few gems. To keep tabs, follow @the99percent, see commentary by searching #the99percent or just read about it on our site the99percent.com. For our resident pundit Josh Teixeira's …