Heroes of Science Action Figures →
Ballot Design with Todd Oldham (NYTimes Op-Doc)
Our climate is changing. And while the increase in extreme weather we have...– Bloomberg endorses Obama, citing Sandy and climate change - First Read
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The Internet a Decade Later →
“Here is an infographic by Best Education Sites that shows how much the internet has changed over the last 10 years with sections on the growth of the internet, internet usage, the number of websites and more.” At least one inaccuracy (or outdated statistic) is that Internet Explorer is not currently the most popular browser. Chrome has it beat.
A Face Drawn Using Only Letters From Comic Sans |... →
The Bathwater » We made a video for Google. →
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99% Invisible is a radio show worth paying for.
What do Designers do?
A bigger, better future. Creating a bigger better future is at the very heart of design and this fuels the inner passion of designers to innovate new solutions for their clients. Like the fire keepers in the age of prehistoric man, designers will continue to be the visualizers of the future. We are the agents of change bringing order from chaos, understanding from ignorance, simplicity from...
Music of the Spheres: Kepler Data Become “Six-Planet Sonata” via scientific american
bestmadeco: César’s Bark Canoe In celebration of National Canoe Day we’re revisiting this wonderful film that documents César Newashish making a traditional birch bark canoe. A quietly fascinating, and oddly meditative display of skill and tradition. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
S,M,L,XL rocking coffee table book →
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How Many People Are In Space Right Now? →
The best new Tumblr in the universe.
Joe Smith: How to use a paper towel | Video on... →
SWAJP - Let's paint! →
Desktop Views →
In many languages, the words for “Easter” and “Passover”...– Easter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
3 Critical Insights Into Creativity From Jonah... →
Out now: Imagine | Jonah Lehrer →
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When copywriter Robert Pirosh landed in Hollywood in 1934, eager to become a screenwriter, he wrote and sent the following letter to all the directors, producers, and studio executives he could think of.