- 007 - The Business of Bond (data visualisation of bond movies vs money)
- Wikipedia Redefined. Interesting design exercise doing the rounds.
- Terms of Service; Didn't Read:
- Brother's Last Wish To Leave $500 Tip Turns Into Nearly $50,000 Charity | NPR
- A Huge 3D Printer Can Build A Custom, Enviro-Friendly House In 20 Hrs
- Why Blacksmiths are Better at Startups than You « Unicornfree:
They know reality can't be denied. Whether that reality is the one where the fabric is flawed, the stone doesn't measure level, the chair breaks, or the client won't pay… their feelings don't matter, their excuses won't hold, and no amount of belief in their unique value will change that.
Hell Broke Luce Lyrics/Meanings, An American Suicide: What War Did to Jeffrey Lucey - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, A Block, Cell 23 -- "Hell Broke Luce 5/5/46" photo - John Martini photos at pbase.com.
For no reason other than the fact I like the stuff RHH and co post on facebook, a video they just put up:
- Now you can 'print' guns at home | Space, Military and Medicine | News.com.au. Sketchy on details - eg. I highly doubt you can 3D print things like the *barrel* out of plastic stock (yet). It does remind me of the characters discussing a cheap 'make your own' assault rifle, in a Neal Stepehenson novel (Crypto, I think); the idea being it would allow oppressed groups of people to fight back. Worth noting the discussion in the book put the barrel as a serious stumbling block. Still, it seems we're a step closer to the day when home manufacturing gets serious. If someone manages to create an accessibly-priced 3D printer that can work with metal, it's on... everyone will be able to make their own *whatever*, just as soon as a suitably motivated geek takes an original apart and posts the specs.
- Presentation Zen: Tips on how to be more creative by John Cleese
- I’m proud and ashamed that this took place in my city.