This week's collection of remarkable links, curated by the frog marketing team.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation offers 42 million in potty grants for the reinvention of the toilet.
Dark Patterns: How online companies capitalize on our mental weaknesses.
Proof that you can do anything in the Apple store. You can even bring in your pet goat.
Half for Happiness: A non-profit's cute and unconventional marketing campaign.
Willet Social: What is the social value of your users?
RFID-enabled wristbands integrate offline and online lives at waterpark.
Faveous: An aggregator for all your online favorites.
Why Google's screw up on brands is a big deal.
The Sound of HIV: Music made from AIDS virus nucleotides.
How to choose the right startup to join?
A more streamlined, more focused Google.
Democratizing the democratic process: Americans Elect's internet based third party convention.
Who owns America? Hint: It's not China.
Just for fun:
Doodle here, doodle there.
Virtual street art.
The World's Highest Blog Jump.