Living Architecture: Ottoman


book: Living architecture: Ottoman by Ulya Vogt-Göknil (1966)
photographs by Eduard Widmer

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Arabic Graffiti

Just like yoghurt, the good stuff is at the bottom.
slanted.de for more.

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Preserve Products

I want to remember this exists!

Preserve Products

Preserve® makes stylish, high performance, eco-friendly products for your home. As a company, we strive to combine socially and environmentally responsible business practices with groundbreaking design to create products that people feel good about having in their homes. We believe that choosing eco-friendly products doesn’t mean having to sacrifice quality, price, or performance.

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Materialising the networked city

Immaterials: Light painting WiFi from Timo on Vimeo.

Immaterials: Light painting WiFi
This is not the first amazing project I’ve seen affiliated with BERG this year. Check out this physical visualization of wi-fi networks in a city. I really enjoyed seeing the drop off in signal from the older residential building butt up into the chaotic mesh of signals in the street.

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Best video game ever?

PewPewPewPewPewPewPewPewPew @ GGJ Postmortem (Portland, OR 2/3/2011) from Incredible Ape on Vimeo.

To watch people play it anyways! You and a friend control a spaceship, and the only way to make it shoot is to say “PEW” into a microphone. Skip towards the end when they start showing the people playing the game, instead of the game itself.

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Eyeo Festival

http://eyeofestival.com/

My friend Scott just got himself a ticket to attend this conference, and it looks awesome! I won’t be able to go, but I’m saving the link here. The front page basically lists (and links to) all the most amazing information/design/experience people working today.

eyeo brings together the most creative coders, designers and artists working today, and shaping tomorrow – expect an amazing three days of talks, labs, demos & events fueled by the people and tools that are transforming digital culture.
converge to inspire.

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Jonathan Andrew Photography


Jonathan Andrew Photography

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Romain Laurent Photography


Romain Laurent

I bought my first dSLR about a month ago. The pics aren’t too great yet, and I’m always looking for other inspirational pics. Found this site through heavy-backpack. I have to say, dang, these are some pretty awesome looking photographs! Looks like Romain Laurent is in NYC (of course).

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The Monkeys You Ordered


Is this Conference Room B?

These literal New Yorker captions literally made me LOL.

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Titanium / Appcelerator

I’ve never actually written an app before. (Actually I did; it echoed “”Hello World!” to the screen, but I don’t really count that.) I don’t really have the time or inclination to learn the Andriod way or iPhone way of doing things. This is a great way of using the knowledge I already have to create services on a wide variety of platforms. Does anyone else use this? What was your experience?

The success of iPhone and Android, the emergence of Tablet computing, and the promise of Desktop Linux have created great opportunities for application developers … as well as created a new set of challenges. While the market for applications is larger than ever before, developing and supporting multiple platforms can be complicated and expensive.
Enter Appcelerator, a new platform and services company that is enabling Web developers to build intuitive, content-rich applications for Mobile, Tablet and Desktop platforms.

http://www.appcelerator.com/products/titanium-cross-platform-application-development/

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