Social Gaming on Google+: Will Your Mother Leave Facebook?

August 17, 2011


A hardcore social gamer

A few days ago, Google has, as announced on its blog, launched its own social gaming platform. While this move was expected, it’s difficult not to wonder if Google+ will really be able to compete with Facebook on this territory… Social Gaming and virtual goods are two of the biggest revenue drivers of the main social […]

Tagxedo: When Word Clouds Flirt With Art

August 16, 2011


Pacman Word Cloud

Tagxedo is a very cool service which enables to make original word/tag clouds in 5 minutes (or 2 hours if you enjoy it a bit too much). It’s been one year that it’s a beta and therefore that most of its features are still free. It obviously won’t last so run there before it looses […]

Posted in: Digital Art, Random

The Best iTunes Photo Apps

January 24, 2011


Retro Tokyo with Instagram

Whether you have an iPhone 3G/3GS/4, an iPod or an iPad, there are so many photo apps which can be found on the app store that choosing one has become a real headache. This is why I’ve decided to test them and to  review the best or most original ones. Hipstamatic: back to analog. If […]

Mapcrunch: Chatroulette The World With Google Street View

January 17, 2011


MapCrunch - Random Google Street View

Nothing revolutionary, but definitely a good way to spend time, Mapcrunch is a funny tool randomizing Google Street View. You just have to pick up one or several country and to click on go to be instantly teleported in a random location. It  has the flavor of a random trip around the world except that […]

Posted in: Random

How To Customize Your Facebook Profile?

January 5, 2011


Customized Facebook profile

A few days after Facebook rolled out its new profile design, a French artist, Alexandre Oudin, decided to play out with it. No more than 1 hour after, a pic of his profile got retweeted all over the web and many tried to create a way to simplify the process of cutting out pictures in […]

Could Exfm Prefigure The Future Of Music Distribution?

December 25, 2010



Previously known as ExtensionFM, Exfm, is a Chrome extension which aims at transforming the web into a huge social jukebox. Are its promises fulfilled and what could be its impact on music distribution? That’s what we are going to see. First, let’s have a look at the video presentation of their recent update: Ok, so […]

Is Twitter Boring?

December 13, 2010


Twitter what's happening

Some days ago, an article I read on the TNW published a quite interesting graph showing how often Twitter users actually paid attention to what was posted by others. Obviously, the findings are not very encouraging: only 53% of Twitter users check material posted by others at least once a week. This means that 47% […]

Posted in: Social Networks