Believe it or not, we are all prolific content creators. Well most of us are, anyway. It’s likely that if you are reading this, you’ve posted images to Flickr or Instagram, uploaded videos with YouTube or Vimeo, or shared your pearls of wisdom on Twitter or Facebook, quite apart from any blog posts you might have written.
These traditional types of shareable content are cornered markets, though, and as a result, developers and startups are looking for new ways to engage our creative side. Flipboard, for example, has recently launched a network of curated-content digital magazines, and Vine‘s six-second videos are already popular with Twitter users. Meanwhile, audio sharing apps like Dubbler are seen as the rising stars of content-based social networking.
Stampsy is hoping that the next medium to go viral is a digital, magazine-book hybrid, filled with text and images. The description may sound unlikely, but Stampsy already has a solid user base, and the opportunity to share Stampsy-made publications online is proving popular. But is this new form of media just a gimmick, or the next major revolution in social creativity?
There’s a great deal you can do with your iPad these days. After several years on the market there really is an app available for almost everything. However, there are some things that are best left to your desktop computer, be it a Mac or a PC, but this doesn’t mean that your iPad should just sit idle.
The idea of remote access should not be a new one; it is something that has been available in Windows for some time, and there are numerous tools available for both Pac and PC that can be used to take remote control of another system. In a nutshell, TeamViewer HD is an app that enables you to use your Mac or PC through your iPad just as if you were sitting in front of it. (more…)