More weight and significance is placed on each image, just because you have to consider it, at least for a split second, in your feed. Instagram forces you to focus.
Looking down on Kaanapali beach from above. Next week I’ll be back in my routine of posting often, but for now I’m taking a much needed break to unplug from everything digital while on vacation. Although when I’m dry enough to carry a phone I’ll post up a few shots like these on Instagram (jonathanmoore).
We made a Mac OSX Screensaver that uses the Instagram API to show all your friends’ Instagram photos. Check it out. It’s free, and it’s rapidly become my favorite screensaver.
The Barbarians, as always, never fail to disappoint. Grab the screensaver!
A few weeks ago at Tumblr’s SXSW party I meet Andrew Zolty and Mattias Gunneras who co-founded BREAKFAST, physical-digital interactive agency. As an agency that hacks and creates physical toys that hook up to the digital world. Everything from a Conan auto-Foursquaring blimp, b-line a batphone for prospecting new clients, an office music democratizer, fresh bread that tweets (while the founders were still at POKE), and now Instaprint.
At the Tumblr party they stuck the device off in a corner and every time someone to an Instagram photo and set the location to The Highball in Austin one of the two Instaprint devices would print out the photo Polaroid-style. The team at BREAKFAST did a brilliant job hacking together the Instagram API, location-based services and a ZINK printer to bring the digital into the real world.