Category Archives: projects

Love/Hate/Money

Written by Peter. Filed under design, guerrilla, photography, projects, signs. Comments Off.
Love/Hate/Money

Hello Thelonius!

Written by Peter. Filed under annunciation, business, consumer, design, interactive, internet, projects, technology, trend, user interface, work. No comments.
Hello Thelonius!
Pleased to say that this blog has been updated to WordPress 3 – ‘Thelonius”.  So far so good.  We’re going to get the Annunciation Interactive site updated soon as well.  From what I’m seeing, WP3 continues the evolution of WordPress toward a more general content manager versus its blog-centric roots…

Rubber Band Machine Gun.

Written by Peter. Filed under pranks, projects, vids. 1 Comment.
Rubber Band Machine Gun.
Yeah, it takes a while to reload, but still…

CSS Fu.

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CSS Fu.
Our friend Travis in Breaux Bridge has released CSS Fu – a batch CSS Gallery submitter. It’s still in beta, and submissions are currently free – check it out!

Ramen Profitable.

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Ramen Profitable.
Interesting article on Time.com titled The New Internet Start-Up Boom: Get Rich Slow that makes some good observations about new breed small businesses. I particularly like the concept of Noodleconomics. The term ramen profitable was coined by Paul Graham, a Silicon Valley start-up investor, essayist and muse to LILO (little in; lots out) entrepreneurs. It [...]

Erik Below Sea Level.

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Erik Below Sea Level.
Our friend Erik ‘the k is black‘ Kiesewetter has launched an updated portfolio here, and it’s (as he’d say) ‘bangin’. He’s a great talent and we work with him often. Ask him about his Bike® Shorts.

Sucré Launch

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Sucré Launch
We’re excited at Annunciation Interactive to have launched the Sucré website today. Sucré is a spectacular New Orleans-based chocolatier, bakery and confectionary shop, and we’re really pleased with the richly visual and deeply functional e-commerce site. The site’s Magento-powered commerce engine is highly feature rich, with an amazingly powerful client admin panel reminiscent of Google [...]

Pandora Thumbs Up.

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Pandora Thumbs Up.
Whoa. Ben turned me on to Pandora, a iPhone streaming radio app that allows you to punch in artists or songs that you like and it then streams tunes it thinks you’ll like based on a ton of parameters. It’s based on the Music Genome Project. Pretty cool stuff, and free, which is nice.

BarCamp New Orleans.

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BarCamp New Orleans.
BarCampNOLA Conference Set to Gather Gulf Coast Technology Experts for a Good Cause BarCampNOLA, a technology conference that aspires to bring Gulf Coast digerati, entrepreneurs and those interested in them together in order to connect with the local community, socialize and learn, will be held on February 16th and 17th at the Voodoo Ventures, LLC [...]

NOLA BarCamp.

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NOLA BarCamp.
There’s talk of organizing a BarCamp here in NOLA this coming January. Details to follow! BarCamp is an international network of user generated conferences — open, participatory workshop-events, whose content is provided by participants — often focusing on early-stage web applications, and related open source technologies, social protocols, and open data formats. The name “BarCamp” [...]