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Autobahn by Kraftwerk on Grooveshark

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words for motion pictures / words for picture motion

Looking at John Pavlus‘ post, hashtaged #WesAlgorithm, as in Wes Anderson, I’m reminded how putting the camera motion into words helps me see it better. Especially with this shot, it’s really the movement of one person through the scene. Putting … Continue reading

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Research Process / Browsing History Map

For the Library Test Kitchen, the assignment this week was to document your research process.  As it only seemed fair in a way, I did the homework too.  As large swathes of my research happened online, I wondered how I … Continue reading

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If I were getting *into* books

If I were setting out to evolve the browsing experience inside a book, I’d start with this foundation…

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Soft Sketches

Prior to the Library Test Kitchen starting, I was trying to think of projects — some examples of what you could do in this seminar. More like provocations than anything else. The earliest one that stuck as a project in … Continue reading

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I have not been able to shake this image

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Explainer Articles: stories that sit outside of time

Mandy Brown has a great piece in Contents #1 titled Babies and the Bathwater. It’s about “explainer articles”, stories from news outlets that are maintained and updated so they sit outside the flow of a story.  It’s a persistant on-ramp … Continue reading

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What would github for graphics look like?

Github is great for code. It’s shared, tweaked, evolving into libraries and projects.  The contributors have embraced open.  What would a github for graphics and media production look like?  A place where designers would share all their raw files and … Continue reading

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Make online reading easier, more “universal”

Reading on the internet is hard.  I’m not that great at it.  The distance between my eyes and the screen is several inches greater than the distance between my eyes and a printed page. As a workaround, a way to … Continue reading

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Learning to write how Hunter S. Thompson did

I was combing through some Hunter S. Thompson videos last week and came across this segment  (up to 9:45)  that really struck me.  That written text is like sheet music.  And it can be “performed” not only by reading to … Continue reading

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