Local perfumers Commodity has a new something to share: they made an app where you can star in some really funny perfume advertisements. You guys have to check it out! It’s called “1 Minute Model.”
Bezalel is a local design group who are doing some pretty exciting tech work. Most notably, they’ve crafted a sweet little device intended to push charging devices in the inevitable cordless direction. The idea is called ARK and they revealed it by way of a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign. The product will make getting power to your phone even easier and even more carefree, so you can literally pick it up and go without the hassle of plugging in and out: it’s the epitome of hassle free.
Media Temple in Culver City is looking for some help: they’re seeking a local Front End Developer. Know anyone? Tell them to apply! It’s a great place with lots of solid people involved.
As many of you know, this weekend marks the start of Modernism Week. The weeklong celebration lets you explore and experience so many of the desert city’s Modernist treats, many of which are not open to the public for much of the year. If you won’t be able to make it out for the festivities or simply don’t want to deal with the Modernist fanfare, we have an option for you: there is an app made by the Palm Springs Modern Committee intended to let you tour these desert destinations on your own. We tested it out while in the desert earlier this year and it is certainly something to check out.
The SoCal Digital Symposium is coming to California State University Channel Islands on February 26. This is an intimate tech-y conference intended to show you the latest of local talents (and beyond).