A picture speaks a thousand words

Posted on October 23, 2010. Filed under: JumpPost, startups | Tags: , |

I had a meeting on Friday with a super smarty.  We were talking about hyperpublic and I was trying to explain what I wanted it to become.  She sent me a note today saying that she spent all day walking around the city and couldn’t stop picturing small tag bubbles above people’s heads.  Here’s a doodle she drew around one element of our vision, which I love…

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is this along the line of augmented reality… very cool stuff (esp. the drawing)


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