Monthly Archives: September 2008

The Litmus

Dear Science [TV on the Radio] Drum kit and T-shirt finally had a baby [Think Geek via Gizmodo] This makes me want to have kids [Quinny via Naked & Angry] I need to make room in my shoe closet [Folk

The Litmus

Dear Science [TV on the Radio] Drum kit and T-shirt finally had a baby [Think Geek via Gizmodo] This makes me want to have kids [Quinny via Naked & Angry] I need to make room in my shoe closet [Folk

Superbrothers

If I worked in information technology I would probably be fitting a stereotype a lot better. Alas I don’t, so I have to watch the IT revolution from afar, boo hoo, or I could watch the fantastic film above from

Superbrothers

If I worked in information technology I would probably be fitting a stereotype a lot better. Alas I don’t, so I have to watch the IT revolution from afar, boo hoo, or I could watch the fantastic film above from

The Litmus

Molecular Lights [OWINDO via Cool Hunting]

Reinventing the wheel [TechEBlog via The Design Blog]

Dyna Moe, that name alone should give you a hint that you need to see this [flickr via Computerlove]

Gorgeous geometry [Thomas Feichtner via designboom]

Not leaving a mark [Tape Art Works via technohumanism]

The Litmus

Molecular Lights [OWINDO via Cool Hunting]

Reinventing the wheel [TechEBlog via The Design Blog]

Dyna Moe, that name alone should give you a hint that you need to see this [flickr via Computerlove]

Gorgeous geometry [Thomas Feichtner via designboom]

Not leaving a mark [Tape Art Works via technohumanism]

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Bucky would be proud

The 2009 Buckminster Fuller Challenge is upon us, and I’m thoroughly excited. The late R Buckminster Fuller was a modern-day renaissance man, whose contributions have had lasting effects in architecture, biology, chemistry and design. He was primarily concerned with one

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Bucky would be proud

The 2009 Buckminster Fuller Challenge is upon us, and I’m thoroughly excited. The late R Buckminster Fuller was a modern-day renaissance man, whose contributions have had lasting effects in architecture, biology, chemistry and design. He was primarily concerned with one

The Litmus

For those homeless Rockefellers… [Atelier O-S Architechtes via Festival des architectures vives 2008 à MONTPELLIER via Dezeen] Corbis Viral [Schtock via The Denver Egoist] More ways to waste money in NY (PS I’m totally going) [DWR SoHo via Cool Hunting]

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For those homeless Rockefellers… [Atelier O-S Architechtes via Festival des architectures vives 2008 à MONTPELLIER via Dezeen] Corbis Viral [Schtock via The Denver Egoist] More ways to waste money in NY (PS I’m totally going) [DWR SoHo via Cool Hunting]

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Mac is Back

I was standing under torrential downpours, listening to a surprisingly good rendition of “Love, Reign o’er Me” and most of my concert going brethren we soaking wet. I was, on the other hand, dry as a bone thanks to my

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Mac is Back

I was standing under torrential downpours, listening to a surprisingly good rendition of “Love, Reign o’er Me” and most of my concert going brethren we soaking wet. I was, on the other hand, dry as a bone thanks to my

The Litmus

Happy clouds [Statenskonstråd via I.D] Art on the go [TyPoCiTy via CR Blog] Julian Vallée’s brilliant portfolio [Julian Vallée via FormFiftyFive] Graffiti Virtual [Omnivor Lab via Cool Hunting] Kingdom of the Crystal Skull [Melli Ink via designboom]

The Litmus

Happy clouds [Statenskonstråd via I.D] Art on the go [TyPoCiTy via CR Blog] Julian Vallée’s brilliant portfolio [Julian Vallée via FormFiftyFive] Graffiti Virtual [Omnivor Lab via Cool Hunting] Kingdom of the Crystal Skull [Melli Ink via designboom]