I don’t know about TED actually – it seems like people get up and say all sorts...– Printable People Parts | GENOMICON
dalasverdugo: 3D wireframe…virtual..sound..thing. Incredible. Especially the very end. Via Richard Devine who you should really follow on Twitter for a constant stream of cool stuff like this.
Books I Read This Year
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell The Steel Remains by Richard K. Morgan Makers by Cory Doctorow Racing the Beam by Nick Montfort Pattern Recognition by William Gibson (reread) The Fiend in Human by John MacLachlan Gray The Conversations: Walter Murch and the Art of Editing Film by Michael Ondaatje The Invention of Air by Steven Johnson The Pixar Touch by David A. Price Infinite Jest by David...
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Kinda hard to believe that Xenocide by Orson Scott Card is the only Sci-Fi novel that starts with ‘x’…
All future PopTech attendees should be required to wear LED-lit,...– Bruce Sterling, Neri Oxman: Computationally Enabled Form Finding | Beyond The Beyond
I see more and more of this lately: humanities scholars who somehow think they...– Bruce Sterling, The Humanities with Heavy Iron | Beyond The Beyond
Tom Gunning on Early Cinema
Man in a Chicken suit plays “What is Love” on Pianica on Vimeo
Free As In Beer: Cybernetic Science Fictions on Vimeo A paper delivered at the 2009 Pacific Ancient and Modern Languages Association Conference by Jeremiah Axelrod and Greg Borenstein (that’s me!) that describes how British cyberneticist Stafford Beer’s writing, infographics, and industrial design for his ambitious Cybersyn Project worked together to create a science fictional...
The novel inspired the 1984 song “Gravity’s Angel” by Laurie...– Gravity’s Rainbow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia