No, this isn’t a euphemism. WTF?
the âA-Frame,â a cutoff-torso-spread-leg framing device, is the most frequently copied trope ever used.
This plugin checks a cookie on your visitorâs PC and identifies if the visitor comes for the first time. If yes, it displays some text and image, usually encouraging the visitor to subscribe or…
"Don’t worry about the content, provide the spaces." Which is a lot like my rallying call for the last 18 months or so: context is king; context is everything. Closely followed by the chant…
Wind farms up and down the country are opening their gates on June 14 and 15 2008.
One day of open conversations and presentations on using social media for activism and social change.
Because sometimes, everyone needs their own personal rimshot.
New single from the Cure. The first of four singles to be released ahead of their 13th studio album, it’s called The Only One and it’s a return to jaunty, love song territory. On repeated listens, I…
Probably the most useful Twitter application you might find. Quietly (/temporarily) ignore particular Twitter contacts without them knowing, thus avoiding social awkwardness associated with…
This exhibition of posters explores the interaction between modern art and graphic design in Britain during the middle part of the 20C.
"I know we’re all supposed to be thinking about social objects, but social doing seems to be potentially potent too."
Apt feedback from Tim Berners-Lee’s boss on his proposal for the information management system which went on to become the web
"Wedge is a reward card for local shops. It gives access to hundreds of great offers from independent traders across London." Interesting loyalty card idea.
A recent glut of feature stories on the death of the American newspaper has temporarily made the outmoded form of media appealing enough to stave off its inevitable demise for an additional 21 days,…
an ongoing social experiment, based on twitter. inspired by wefeelfine and drawing data from summize,
Lovely photos. Shop on Connecticut Avenue, north of Dupont Circle.
The Internet can bring the world to a community. It can also help build that community from within.