Link roundup September 24, 2014

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The never changing web, traffic lights, art, and bots. All with a healthy dose of fun. var t; Understanding subjects by decomposing them into their algorithms, then implementing in code. In this case, art and JS Matt Phillips Build your own bot Soft robots feel like something we’d have in a reading room. Love this… Read more »

Link roundup September 17, 2014

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Looks like Matt’s been spamming the roundup. Stack independent magazine subscription service A different magazine delivered every month? Sounds cool. Matt Phillips Innovation and the Bell Labs Miracle The Idea Factory is the best thing I’ve read about the organization and process required to pump out innovation. Matt Phillips Internet Archive – a short film… Read more »

Link roundup September 5, 2014

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This is the good stuff. Photogrammar So nice, could even be taken further, I’d imagine they’ve got a lot of ideas in the works – jeff Our Cyborg Future: Law and Policy Implications | Brookings Institution Whoa, weird. Our devices and us. jeff Evolution of the desk The desk becomes clear of its tools as… Read more »

Link roundup August 22, 2014

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The days are shorter, our sleeves are longer but these links are still just as rad. A Kids Space Designed for the Re-Imagination of Drawing Tools – Design Milk Quirky and unique ways for children to draw. 20 pound crayon spheres! Helmets with embedded crayons! Annie eBoy and the perfection of pixels Love the @verge… Read more »

Link roundup August 8, 2014

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Hey ma, this internet this is pretty cool. The YouTube Of Data Viz Feeds You The Web’s Best Infographics More visualizations than you can shake a stick at. Matt Phillips Electric Objects Teams Up with NY Public Library for Artist Residency The startup/library partnership is clearly a good idea. Opportunity for @nypl_labs to share more… Read more »

Link roundup July 30, 2014

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Libraries, the Web, the network. You know, the good stuff. The Low-Tech Appeal of Little Free Libraries The Little Free Library puts libraries on your walking path. Matt Phillips 18 Graphs That Show What The New York Times Talks About Chronicle is a is a tool for investigating language trends in the New York Times…. Read more »

Link roundup July 21, 2014

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Summertime is the best time to share a few pieces of the Web we’ve enjoyed lately. Google Is Designing the Font of the Future — NYMag Google’s quest for the perfect universal typeface Annie Motion Silhouette: An Interactive Shadow Picture Book | Colossal An interactive shadow motion pop-up book Annie It’s gotta be the shoes… Read more »

Link roundup July 6, 2014

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Watch These Ninety-Six “Pixels” Inflate and DeflateLow res, bag display. – Matt Phillips Color palette tutorial time! This is by no means…Simple color picking method – Annie The Most Face-Melting Music Video You’ve Ever SeenMake and melt your face. – Matt Phillips For Email Newsletters, a Death Greatly Exaggerated – NYTimes.comEmail newsletters, alive and well…. Read more »

Link roundup June 14, 2014

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Nobody. Understands. Punctuation.Punctuation should be used to express your voice. This is the best thing I read online this week. – Matt Phillips How to Tell Someone’s Age When All You Know Is Her NameI want this, but for publications. Take CS, the average age of an Info Theory pub has to be 40 years…. Read more »

Link roundup May 18, 2014

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INTERSTELLAR SELFIE STATIONso good – jeff The drinkable book purifies waterThe form factor and mechanics of the book make it a good delivery device for a large spectrum of things. – Matt Phillips Video: A Day in the Life of NYC’s Branches — NYMagawesome – jeff The leaked New York Times innovation report is one… Read more »