Losability vs. Usability

Losability vs. Usability he rules of Web design can be summed up in two words: Whatever works. In other words, if your Web design is based on a strong business strategy, it sets its own standards. It’s like the siphon effect—you prime the siphon by drawing a little water thro

Minimalist Photography As An Artform.

Minimalist Photography As An Artform. Minimalism as an artform is the idea of reducing something to it’s most basic form including colour, shape, value, lines and texture – or lack of. Basically a reduction of form to only the essentials of geometric abstraction. Within this, no attempt is ma

Boris Mann Speaks Geek to Michelle Mill of Global TV

Michelle Miller and her crew from Global TV swung by the Bryght office today to talk to Boris Mann about citizen journalism, blogging, podcasting, and web 2.0. He totally nailed it, walking them through the power of distributed hyper-local newsmakers and used the coverage of the London Bombings as an example. He showed them Flickr, Read More …

Ourmedia Nominated for Global Award

Ourmedia Nominated for Global Award Ourmedia has been nominated as the US finalist for the UN World Summit Awards. The team at Bryght would like to congratulate JD, Marc, and all the great volunteers that helped put the site together. Now with over 26,000 members and still growing!

Magnificent Seven: Bryght gets a Music Czar

Magnificent Seven: Bryght gets a Music Czar Colin just started at Bryght this week, but we took him down to Gnomedex a couple weeks back for his initiation ritual. Of course, while some of us contented ourselves with getting yelled at by Microsoft, Colin decided to out our whole Backstage plan on v

Web 2.0 Definition From Wikipedia

Web 2.0 Definition From Wikipedia Web 2.0 is a term often applied to a perceived ongoing transition of the World Wide Web from a collection of websites to a full-fledged computing platform serving web applications to end users. Ultimately Web 2.0 services are expected to replace desktop c

150 Things You Can Do To Build Social Capital

150 Things You Can Do To Build Social Capital Social capital is built through hundreds of little and big actions we take every day. We’ve gotten you started with a list of nearly 150 ideas, drawn from suggestions made by many people and groups. Try some of these or try your own.