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Links 1 through 9 of 9 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged MIT

Kevin: A critical view of apps from MIT's Technology Review. "The real problem with apps was that when people read on electronic media, they expect the stories to possess the linky-ness of the Web—but stories in apps didn't really link." MIT Tech Review is having some problems with the iPad that other publishers aren't having. It will be interesting to see if this is an isolated scepticism or a trend.

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Kevin: Excellent brief piece on developing for the iPad. Christopher Mims at MIT's Technology Review interviews several developers including Craig Kemper from Little White Bear Studios, making of the iPhone game TanZen. "|His team was able to reuse 90 percent of the original code to make the iPad version of the game. But they had to reconsider how users would control on-screen game elements. The iPad interface encourages developers to use popovers and split views in order to keep the application's main screen visible at all times.'

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Kevin: Where do videos go when they die or are booted off YouTube for copyright infringement? Meet YouTomb. Created by a group of MIT students

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Suw: The benefits of opencourseware - universities putting their lectures and course materials online. Of course, we're writing the Creative Business course from scratch, online - can't get more open than that!

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MIT has developed a system that would allow people to locate anyone in the 20,000 member MIT 'community' to find each other on campus. Engadget called a 'stalker app'. Reuters called it 'social networking in the real world'.

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