Internet nerd writing about internet nerdery, mostly.
Can a film be consumed at the speed of reading a book? Yes, just as a car city can be enjoyed on foot. Slowing things down to an extreme measure creates room for appreciation of the object, as in Brasíl…
Kojo Yakei is a Japanese trend of night-time factory tours, admiring industrial architecture by boat, train or bus. [Mike Dowman]
Shows me an un-turnoffable notification. This uses the symbolism of alerts to notify me that it feels I need to turn on my Notifications.
Growth and comfort never coexist
1 Bat Fan
1 Beanie Baby
1 Bike Rider
1 Black Panther
1 Bob Ross on a Dinosaur
1 Bumblebee from Transformers
1 Charlie Brown
1 Chubby Baby
1 Danny Zuko
…ries, but these screens usually have software that is glanceable, color-coded and professional. And they’re not meant to be used in moving vehicles!
Writing is risky. So what culture doesn’t value risk taking? If you want to be sustainable the easiest risk to take i…
This shift from viewing users as producers to consumers was critical to Facebook and Twitter’s growth. Both sites gradually realized that they could be the hub of a new kind of media service, mixing up…