I suppose twenty is less than two-thousand in more... →
New Aol animations on Universal Everything. Pretty sweet.
I think we ought to read only books that bite and sting us. If the book we are...– Franz Kafka
Some holiday viewing… Stuart Brand’s “How Buildings Learn”, a 6-part BBC series from 1997 about what systems, often overlooked by architects, take hold of a building after it is built. Totally applicable 13 years later for architects, designers, and web designers as we wonder why our “perfect” designs evolve once they are out in the real world.
Just because we humans can’t hear them doesn’t mean plants don’t howl.– Plants Want to Live, Too - NYTimes.com
Canada’s image lies in tatters. It is now to climate what Japan is to...– The Guardian
Willie Smits restores a rainforest | Video on... →
WET in Vegas: CityCenter’s Kool-Aid-Colored Fountain, Giant Popsicles, and More [VIDEO] | Designerati | Fast Company
Global Maps: Animated Maps of Earth's Stats →
lovely little hack by dave vondle at ideo, featured on their labs microsite. nice process documentation :)
SF Restaurant Offers Discount if You 'Convert a... →
Suing the State Over Crappy Education - GOOD Blog →
ACLU have banded with parents and student of Palm Beach County and mounted a class-action lawsuit, the only of its kind, claiming that students’ constitutional rights are being violated by the education system in place there.
LIVING, THE WINTER ISSUE OF MAS CONTEXT →
Right for the holiday season, the new issue MAS Context, LIVING is out. The fourth issue includes the work and ideas of Eric Bricker, Maya Brittain, Andrew Clark, James Lockhart, Paul Mougey, Karla Sierralta, Brian Strawn, and Jimenez Lai, who is also the guest cover designer. Enjoy it and share it with your friends. Happy holidays and see you next year!
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New Work: Grey Group | New at Pentagram |... →
The Atlantic Monthly's 'Most-Read Articles of... →
“In a year of financial upheaval, it’s not surprising to see which Atlantic print articles drew the most online attention. Four of our ten most-read stories were about the economy. The others dealt with the kinds of meaning-of-life issues that loom large as fortunes fade. What is the secret of happiness? Why do so many marriages fail? How can we stave off illness and death? And do world...
Scientists are hailing the unlocking of the complete genetic code of two of the...– CBC News - Technology & Science - Scientists crack cancer codes