Bandwidths have gone Bananas. Our smart phones have got smarter. Our tablets displays have gone retina and our laptops are about to. So what does this mean for the quality of our digital production?Read More
Batman vs Superman: The 10 reasons why Superman sucks!
For example, U2 vs. Bruce Springsteen, it was like comparing Batman vs. Superman. But recently, I have come to the conclusion that it is not true, so I will show you 10 reasons to prove it.Read More
Medical ethicist Harvey Fineberg shows us three paths forward for the ever-evolving human species: to stop evolving completely, to evolve naturally — or to control the next steps of human evolution, using genetic modification, to make ourselves smarter, faster, better.
Brendan I. Koerner (brendan_koerner[at]wired.com) wrote in Wired Magazine an article title “The Trouble With Humanoid Droids”. The article is really cool and show as how humans behave with robots. In this article Victoria Groom, a robotics researcher at Stanford University says “The humanoid form is such a powerful social cue, If you see this humanoid shape,...Read More
What is Post-scarcity economy? From Wikipedia (): Post scarcity or post-scarcity describes a hypothetical form of economy or society, often explored in science fiction, in which things such as goods, services and information are free, or practically free. This would be due to an abundance of fundamental resources (matter, energy and intelligence), in conjunction with sophisticated automated...Read More
Wallpaper gives a new twist and gave us the chance to play art director and design our own cover. The Handmade issue (August 2010) will be print with your own custom wallpaper cover. I believe that is the first time that a magazine do something like this. What makes this challenge great is the tailor made...Read More
Cool viral video and fun Facebook AdCampaign by Altoids Mints. Altoids celebrates authenticity by showcasing people who embrace individuality and do what works for them. They are confident, honest, strong and authentic.
“Moving Stills” is a short 10-minute documentary created back in 1978 to show how New York-based photo agency Contact Press Images operated. It’s a fun blast from the photographic-past — a world where images are captured on expensive rolls of film and where editors review photographs on a lightbox with a loupe.
This monday begins Enter 5. Fifth Biennial ENTER multimedia deals with DATAPOLIS. Introduces visitors through exhibitions, symposia and performances, artistic reflection of contemporary urban reality, as it helps us to capture and convey new information and communication technologies. The exhibition will offer original audio-visual representation of data flow-and signals that flows invisibly around us or take...Read More