You might think 2013 didn’t see much innovation on the web, you’d be surprised at what developers were up to when you really look back at the year. Here are the best from 2013.
Every great educational institution has one common quality – innovation. MIT Media Labs is one center of excellence which promotes multifaceted thinking, and its “prime directive” is to focus on developments which are at the interface of our daily lives and technology. For 25 years or so the boffins at MIT Media Labs have done just that. These six projects may not make it to the Internet Hall of Fame, but they are fun to try out nonetheless.
You can find Twitter users sharing their poetry, short stories, and even the work of famous writers, all in little bite-sized 140-character updates. If you’re not sure where to start on your literary journey on Twitter, we’ve got a few tips to get you going – from who to follow, what hashtags to keep an eye on, and even how to get your Twitterary works out to a wider audience.
Sketchfab is a beautiful repository of inspiring 3D designs. You can upload 3D models and embed them anywhere on the Web. No plug-ins are required to view your embedded models: Just HTML5.