The never changing web, traffic lights, art, and bots. All with a healthy dose of fun.
The days are shorter, our sleeves are longer but these links are still just as rad.
Hey ma, this internet this is pretty cool.
Libraries, the Web, the network. You know, the good stuff.
Summertime is the best time to share a few pieces of the Web we’ve enjoyed lately.
Watch These Ninety-Six “Pixels” Inflate and Deflate
Low 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 Seen
Make and melt your face. – Matt Phillips
For Email Newsletters, a Death Greatly Exaggerated – NYTimes.com
Email newsletters, alive and well. – Matt Phillips
TIME OUT .02: Time to X
Walk through the sound clip. 96 sounds through 96 speakers. This is amazing. – Matt Phillips
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 Name
I want this, but for publications. Take CS, the average age of an Info Theory pub has to be 40 years. Big data, 3. – Matt Phillips
WE ARE FROM L.A
Amazing work – jeff
A git repository representing the Unix source code history
Browse through decades-old unix commits using git. – Matt Phillips
Secrets of the Stacks — Book Excerpts
Excerpt from The Shelf covering library weeding – Annie
INTERSTELLAR SELFIE STATION
so good – jeff
The drinkable book purifies water
The 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 — NYMag
The leaked New York Times innovation report is one of the key documents of this media age
When an institution like the @nytimes produces for so long, they “can be both a daily newsletter and a library” – Matt Phillips
The Setup / Morgan Holzer
What the NYPL Information Architect for the user experience team uses to get stuff done. – Annie