The sCoop: week of November 26 - December 01

There is a lot to be thankful for during this past Thanksgiving: friends, family, and a little more control over Facebook privacy.

Cooperistas traveled near and far, but many ended their holiday weekend at Alan & Sue Cooper's "monkey ranch" where we discussed the merits of good soil for farming, space for metal work, and alternative modes of transportation.

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While we skipped out on all the Black Friday sales, had we attended, we might have used Google's new indoor maps to navigate the labyrinthian malls. Check out their video explanation below.

Congratulations to our friends (and client) at 100Plus for securing their new round of funding. We are having a great time collaborating with them and can't wait to show everyone what we've been working on. You know, when the time is right.

We are loving the signature interactions in the new Path application. While there are a few bugs, we are delighted to see good use of overlays and playful animation.

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Those of us who still appreciate paper as an interface will probably love the Little Printer, which came out this week. (More about it on core77, including an interview with Matt Webb, Principle and CEO of design company Berg.)

And last but not least, join us in giving a big warm Cooper welcome to our newest visual designer Jason Csizmadi, who brings an arsenal of skills to bear for awesome client work. Check out his portfolio site at dangergraphics.com. Welcome, Jason!

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