Four short links: 3 February 2014
Ouroborosification, Kid Curricula, Geeky Furniture, and Data Leakage
- How In-App Purchases Has Destroyed the Games Industry — fantastic before-and-after of a game, showing how it’s hollowed out for in-app-purchase upsell. the problem is that all the future generations of gamers are going to experience this as the default. They are going to grow up in a world, in which people actually think this is what gaming is like. That social engineering and scamming people is an acceptable way of doing business.
- Making Makers — kid-tested curricula for kids learning to code, to 3D print, stop motion animation, and more. (via BoingBoing)
- 555 Footstool in the Wild — awesome furniture in the shape of the ever-popular timing chip.
- What a Brand Knows About You When You Log In With Facebook (Twitter) — good lord. (via BoingBoing)