You probably don’t even know what skills you need, so don’t worry about it....– The first step is to start - (37signals) (via hiten) (via roomthily)
It takes more time and effort and delicacy to learn the silence of a people than...– Ivan Illich (via crashinglybeautiful)
Teaching with Infographics: Language Arts, Fine... →
teachingliteracy: thingsforteachers: I have posted links to these great infographics for the past 2 days in varying topics (social studies & health/science) so be sure to check them out if you missed them.
katiepalmer asked: Hey!! I made a post about this earlier, but wasn't sure if you saw it. But the link to my digital sketchbook for Corin Hewit is:
Processing Sketch (Black Shapes over live webcam.)
notoriousnat: this is really cool. it’s almost a preservation of a memory or moment in time but very ephemeral. or they look like ghosts. either way this would be really really neat over a city somewhere, maybe on a skyscraper? you could see the city bustle and the clouds, planes, etc? hmm i don’t know, but i like this a lot. Nat, you should learn interactive programming.Try to start with...
Integrative Learning and the Gift of New Media:... →
One of my academic heroes.
The Big Idea - Augmented Reality - National... →
mapppppppppppppy: You could call it reality 1.0—the unvarnished world presented to us by our five senses. It’s not always the most user-friendly of places. We get lost in unfamiliar cities; we meet people whose language we don’t understand. Fortunately there’s an upgrade in the works that might eliminate some of the bugs: augmented reality, or AR.
A still photograph is simply an isolated frame taken out of the infinite cinema.– Hollis Frampton (via photoquotes)
The Full Spectrum for Dwell | Josef Albers (by gary nadeau)
Justin Bieber's Slowth Spurt - Rhapsody Music... →
James Alliban →
Blog with nice interactive apps.
Fracture for iPhone (by James Alliban)
Worldchanging: Bright Green: Ribbons, Sheets and... →
10 Rules for Radicals →
You ask whether control or communication societies will lead to forms of...– control AND becoming (via criticalcartography)
Augmented-Reality Floor Tiling →
singularitarian: Researchers at McGill University in Montreal, Canada have developed floor tiles that can simulate the look, sound and feel of snow, grass or pebbles underfoot. Such a tool could perhaps be used for augmented reality applications, tele-presence, training, rehabilitation or even as virtual foot controllers.
allthatshines: wordjournal: noun • beautiful thinking; (medical) a state of normal mental health From the Greek εὔνοια “well mind” (lit).
Testing Processing Sketch with Kai.
Processing Sketch (KeyPressed Circles over Video Capture)
katiepalmer: i thought having corin hewett was going to be awesome. but instead we spent the whole day talking about blackholes and metaphors. IRRELLLEVANT> gah. and we have to keep an “online sketchbook”. i dont even keep a real life sketchbook. boohoo hoo. what to do what to do. i wanted to be in class with katharina because her art is so romantic. boohoo I want to see your online...
Just as human meme machines spread over the planet, using up its resources and...– I’m telling you people, Skynet is real (via markcoatney)
Dawkin's Law: Why Most Academic Writing Sucks →
austinkleon: From Richard Dawkins’ introduction to A Devil’s Chaplain: Dawkin’s Law of the Conservation of Difficulty states that obscurantism in an academic subject expands to fill the vacuum of its intrinsic simplicity. Physics is a genuinely difficult and profound subject, so physicists need to —and do— work hard to make their language as simple as possible (‘but no simpler,’ rightly insisted...
avin narasimhan: TedTalks: The Beauty + Power Of... →
via ted.com Seems like everyday there is someone offering up the latest infographic of the day or a new take on data visualization to wow your senses. But, not surprisingly, this Ted Talk courtesy of David McCandless is quite an amazing and inspiring display…
To reach, not the point where one no longer says I, but the point where it is no...– Gilles Deleuze: Thousand Plateaus (via petitmal)
enicoleh asked: What's the story behind the series of numbered color images you just posted?
matchzimmerman: Pixelator is a “video performance” project from Jason Eppink. Video billboards in NYC are covered with a foamboard frame, which stylizes the played video into large pixels. On the Pixelator site, there are instructions on how to make your own! (via Pixelator & Fluxo)