Link roundup December 15, 2014

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Beach balls, stickers, books, moveable cities, and figuring out what you want. This is a good batch of links. Eyeo 2014 – Santiago Ortiz “A question that should be answered with action, not thought.” Matt Phillips The City That Is Moving Down the Road What if the city were on legs? Fascinating piece on potential… Read more »

Link roundup December 3, 2014

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Avoid mean people. That’s the link in this batch that had the biggest impact on me. How Medium Is Trying to Bring Back the Web We Lost From blogs to facebook and Twitter, to a hybrid. Feels close to me. Matt Phillips Mean People Fail “Startups don’t win by attacking. They win by transcending.” Matt… Read more »

Link roundup November 19, 2014

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Yipes cripes we’ve got our winter coats on today. Sit down with a hot beverage and enjoy these internet finds. The FES Watch Is an E-Ink Chameleon – Design Milk An E-Ink watch. Why isn’t E-Ink used in more places? Annie The Ingenuity and Beauty of Creative Parchment Repair in Medieval Books | Colossal Acknowledge… Read more »

Link roundup November 5, 2014

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Scholars, museums, and hustlers. Jazzsoon A hustler hustling. I want to hustle in the library. Matt Phillips The Met and Other Museums Adapt to the Digital Age – NYTimes.com Inspiration. Let visitors change digital art on the walls by choosing from our archives on their mobile devices. Annie Apple Picking Season Is Here. Don’t You… Read more »

Link roundup October 24, 2014

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Frames, computers, design, madlibs and boats. Oh my! Building the Largest Ship In the World, South Korea This is a huge boat, er ship, er vessel. – Pics of the world’s largest ship. Matt Phillips What a _________ Job: How Mad Libs Are Written | Splitsider Really makes me want to try writing a Mad… Read more »

Link roundup October 17, 2014

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This is the good stuff. UNIX: Making Computers Easier To Use — AT&T Archives film from 1982, Bell Laboratories Love the idea that UNIX and computing should be social. Building things, together. Matt Phillips Digital Public Library of America » GIF IT UP The @DPLA @digitalnz GIF IT UP competition is the funnest thing in… Read more »

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 »