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I can’t believe it’s not paper!
Ah, the detail!
Such a tease!
An iPad app.
I am so excited for these white lines and red dots!
Very interesting, hope you show us some more!
an iPad app…so curious :)
Ok, I’ll be that guy: what is it?
Sribbling app w00t
The symbolism in this image, nay this work of art speaks to us all.
It’s a punchcard, isn’t it? :P
Ta-da List HD
I live anything that black and white and red all over.
A user interface prototype builder? Could come in handy.. Not sure about the white on black though.. Is that to simulate a blackboard? I hope you don’t get the evil scratch sound if you run your nails on it.. ;)
a mobile collaborative app combining Basecamp and some novelties …? or simply, a “meeting eraser” app.
“Submitted” – to the App store perhaps? I would have to reiterate my fellow commenters’ ideas that this seems to be an iPad app.
Hmm, stuff to click in all 4 corners. Seems like I’ll have to move my clicking device too much.
I yawn in your general direction.
Okay, here’s my guess.
iPad app for Campfire, maybe made by Overcommitted – the folks that made Ember and the 37signal highrise app for iPhone.
Top Left: Back to lobby and room name
Top Right: pics of people in the room
Bottom Left: Submit button (on the left – close to thumb) and message text
Bottom Right: Campfire logo
Obviously, I have no clue, but that’s my guess. Either way, consider me teased. :)
That’s easy, it is an iPhone app that will provide you with caller id and other contact data from Highrise, right at your fingerprints.
worst teaser ever.
An app to bypass the AT&T data fetch disaster when ordering V5 iPhone? Or maybe something new and cool for Basecamp?
Looks like Oil Slick Cam.
It’s a modeling relating to finger functionality on iphone app for 37 signals….
An iPad app for drawing quick, disposable, shareable sketches
My Guess: A new way of effort-tracking. Not just time-tracking… but means by which others can see what you have accomplished. The world could use such a thing.
Jason co-founded Basecamp back in 1999. He also co-authored REWORK, the New York Times bestselling book on running a "right-sized" business. Co-founded, co-authored... Can he do anything on his own?
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