LisB a Japanese startup have created a Twitter app that turns your Tweets into comics. It analyses the words in your messges and classifies them into groups around emotions such as Love, Pleasure, Interest, Expectation, Sorrow, Surprise, Angry and Others. It’s called Feel On and is currently available in Japanese with an English version due for release next month. It’s a great real-time app that adds a little cuteness to your daily tweets.
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Music Matters for the Japanese disaster fund.
36 hours for artists around the world to re-record ColdPlay’s “Fix You”.
Eastern Eggs from TBWA London. All proceeds go to the Japanese disaster fund. Another example of the creative industry doing their bit for the Japanese disaster.
Farmville makers Zynga partnered with Save the Children to create a new crop called Daikon. 100% of the proceeds go to the Japanese disaster fund.
#1000Cranes an initiative encouraging people to give to the aid effort for the Japanese earthquake. By donate a sum of 2 pounds or more you get a pdf of an illustration and the directions to construct your own origami crane. Those who give are then encouraged to place their crane out in the world and then photograph it using instagram.