Blogs

Saturday 18 April 2015

Where the wave finally broke
From Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas: History is hard to know, because of all the hired bullshit, but even without being sure of 'history' it seems entirely reasonable to think that every now and then the energy of a whole generation comes to a [...] Interconnected

Friday 17 April 2015

Filtered for hefting
1. Giant realistic cat head, with photos of it being worn (via @matlock). 2. Bacon by post: Cure & Simple. Gosh there are tons of these subscriptions boxes. This is the sharp end of - and this is how the Harvard Business Review puts it - [...] Interconnected

Tuesday 14 April 2015

Bookmarks for April 13th from 17:01 to 22:25
This is an auto-posted collection of public links I’ve either posted to, or favourites from Twitter, my Instapaper bookmarks and my public links posted to Pinboard.in for April 13th from 17:01 to 22:25: sorting-bot – Hi Night Twitter: I [...] Extenuating Circumstances
Filtered for doorways
1. The term bardo refers to the state of existence intermediate between two lives on earth. also translated as "transitional state" or "in-between state" or "liminal state". Liminality, from the Latin meaning "a threshold": the quality of [...] Interconnected
Bookmarks for April 13th from 13:54 to 15:29
This is an auto-posted collection of public links I’ve either posted to, or favourites from Twitter, my Instapaper bookmarks and my public links posted to Pinboard.in for April 13th from 13:54 to 15:29: IBM Launches Health Unit, Teams With [...] Extenuating Circumstances

Monday 13 April 2015

Bookmarks for April 13th from 10:17 to 13:02
This is an auto-posted collection of public links I’ve either posted to, or favourites from Twitter, my Instapaper bookmarks and my public links posted to Pinboard.in for April 13th from 10:17 to 13:02: New York Magazine on Twitter: “ [...] Extenuating Circumstances
Bookmarks for April 12th through April 13th
This is an auto-posted collection of public links I’ve either posted to, or favourites from Twitter, my Instapaper bookmarks and my public links posted to Pinboard.in for April 12th from 20:47 to 06:52: Latest Terminator: Genisys trailer [...] Extenuating Circumstances
Bookmarks for April 12th from 12:01 to 17:18
This is an auto-posted collection of public links I’ve either posted to, or favourites from Twitter, my Instapaper bookmarks and my public links posted to Pinboard.in for April 12th from 12:01 to 17:18: Ari Paparo on Twitter: “Stack [...] Extenuating Circumstances

Sunday 12 April 2015

Bookmarks for April 11th through April 12th
This is an auto-posted collection of public links I’ve either posted to, or favourites from Twitter, my Instapaper bookmarks and my public links posted to Pinboard.in for April 11th from 08:40 to 10:02: Anne Quito on Twitter: “ [...] Extenuating Circumstances
Cabling my workshop
As a child, I read a novel called Triplanetary, which featured a character called Gray Roger. Roger was the evil master of a space-born flying citadel, and usually sat in an office, at a massive control desk. Through this desk, he controlled the [...] Snell-Pym/Alaric

Links

Friday 17 April 2015

Archivematica: open-source digital preservation system
"A web- and standards-based, open-source application which allows your institution to preserve long-term access to trustworthy, authentic and reliable digital content." (via Kottke) Phil Gyford

Wednesday 15 April 2015

James Meek · The Shock of the Pretty: Seventy Hours with Don Draper · LRB 9 April 2015
Good on 'Mad Men'. A bunch of these criticisms are why I've failed to make it through the first season twice. Phil Gyford
Why the British Are Better at Satire — The Atlantic
Comparing the U.S. and UK 'House of Cards' and 'Veep' versus 'The Thick of It'. Phil Gyford

Monday 13 April 2015

Frances Stonor Saunders · Stuck on the Flypaper: The Hobsbawm File · LRB 9 April 2015
Fascinating. For the spycraft, the jargon, the very quiet British hysteria over communism, MI5, the weird changing attitudes to the various factions before and after WWII, the BBC. Scarily bonkers. Phil Gyford
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Dotcode
In mobile games, 60% of revenues come from 0.23% of players | GamesBeat | Games | by Dean Takahashi
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Dotcode

Sunday 12 April 2015

I cannot make bricks without clay — The colors of paintings: Blue is the new orange
Analysing the colours used in paintings over time, and wondering why blueish colours increased over the 20th century. (via Flowing Data) Phil Gyford
Luxury Harris Tweed slippers for Men at bedroom athletics
I like these more than I expected. Maybe next winter… (via Grey Fox) Phil Gyford
UOGB - Anarchy in the UK - YouTube
UOGB - Anarchy in the UK // KeplersDream Kim

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