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Facebook timeline

Posted September 23rd, 2011, 10:36 by Richard

New Facebook Timeline Facebook will soon introduce the new timeline experience on your profile. We can already test it, if you log in as developer.

It is quite amazing how your activities start creating some sort of diary. Oh shit, so much happened lately. No idea you could do so much in just a couple of months. That is the feeling you get after changing your profile to the timeline settings.

Wanna try too? Check it out here.

Feeling ignored?

Posted February 11th, 2011, 09:00 by Richard

Feeling ignored?

Damn, nobody reacts to my posts. And all my foreign friends are totally neglecting me. I am now taking a lot of tranquillizers to keep calm.

Ever since I changed to the new Facebook profile, I just see the same old people reacting. My circles has gone smaller and the international interaction is all gone. How is that possible?

We just discovered that with installing your new Facebook profile setup, your settings also change. It changes so that only the people you interacted with recently will see you on their wall. The others are filtered out, and you are being filtered out to them. Or something to that extent. To solve this and to get more interaction again, read this and see how to change your settings. It is worth it, we all want more friends and more fun. The more the merrier or something.

Happy Rabbit

Posted February 8th, 2011, 08:39 by Richard

It's Rabbit year

It's Rabbit year

It was Chinese new year. Since a couple of days we are living in the year of the Rabbit. But we are not all rabbits, of course. Everyone is a different beast. Snake, Pig, Dog, it’s a jungle out there.

We like to help you and give you some insight into what will be happening for you in this year of the Rabbit. Just tell us your date of birth and we will give you some prediction. Have a good year!


Posted January 17th, 2011, 10:44 by Richard

Numerology via Facebook

Numerology via Facebook

To give people more insight into who they are, IIZT developed a Facebook application to analyze your name based on old traditional Numerology. Believe it or not, you are nothing but a number! Try it here.
Oh and don’t forget to befriend our Canguru service on Facebook.  We keep you up to date there too.

How to Tweet better?

Posted November 9th, 2010, 16:15 by Richard

How to use twitter better?

How to use twitter better?

For companies and brands that like to get better at, or be master of Twitter and spread Tweets like you never Tweeted before, here some cool tips.

1. Know your industry and analyze your competitors.

2. Support your tweets with blog posts.

3. Promote fresh content.

And so on, till the number 12 of this “HOW TO” list, the one we like best:

12. Be cool and honest!

No more prima donna

Posted July 7th, 2010, 09:56 by Richard

no more prima donna

no more prima donna

We need teams. We do not need one star and the others are just filling. That goes for soccer, for companies and for friends.

To win you need to play as a team, where all qualities are bound, and the weaknesses are made up for. And if you are lucky you have a coach who is submissive to the collective mission. Then you do not want a Ma(ra)donna who is another guy to steal the show and outshines the joint effort.

Share your ideas on a website

Posted June 29th, 2010, 13:27 by Ania


Are you looking for a tool improving your work on websites? You’ve just found it. A Bounce is a new online tool allowing you to comment any website (simply by grabbing a screenshot from attached link) and share ideas with friends.

The tool is realy intuitive and has nothing you can complain on. You can simply make notes by clicking anywhere on your screenshot and write a feedback in an overlay of site. You can tweet and share feedback with your friends.

It’s easy tool to build community around your brand but it’s not good enough to make money and reinforce your business model. But anyway it’s a really good start and maybe further versions will be covering business model as well - e.g. by integrating it with management’s tools as Basecamp.

Try it now without any sign up -

iPad review

Posted April 5th, 2010, 20:36 by Richard

We want more

We want more

Today I played with Holland’s 6th iPad, according to Boris VVZ. It was interesting, but the wireless connection was not working.

Because this way of working with internet, books, videos and last but not least games, read this story. It is a great analysis, that brings you up to speed.

G-star New York

Posted February 26th, 2010, 17:11 by Richard

G-star new york city guide

G-star new york city guide

IIZT produced an interactive City Guide for demin brand G-Star, with which Fashionistas in New York are able to take this years NYFW to a whole other level. The iPhone app, completely free of charge, helped RAW Reporters (winners of the recent G-Star social media competition) and every youthful audience of art, design and fashion lovers, to discover and share the trendiest hotspots of New York.

The hotspots are arranged into the following categories: architecture, art, bars & cafes, clubs, entertainment, hotels, landmarks, restaurants and the G-Star stores. Besides visiting the spots, you can also make your own contribution by adding your favorite hangouts. This way the app is always up to date so you don’t have to miss out of all the fun!

The New York RAW City Guide app is available for the iPhone and iPod Touch inthe iTunes App Store. In the future G-Star plans to launch RAW City Guides for Amsterdam, Berlin, London, Tokyo and elsewhere.


Posted January 29th, 2010, 09:47 by Richard

iPad now also for smart women

iPad now also for smart women

The new hype iPad is making records in news coverage. What can you do with the iPad? Almost everything, but you cannot call with it.