The Metropolitan Museum Hosts Its First 3D... →
artstech: This is bananas. (and has me more excited than I should admit in public, but whatever.) Way to go, Don Undeen and the Met for being open to this kind of thing! Hope museums become spaces for this type of innovative culture jamming/hacking. - Julia Members of the Museum’s digital media, education, and curatorial staff will join the artists and members of the staff from MakerBot...
The Atlantic: Want to work at the Atlantic? Here's... →
theatlantic: As we mentioned last week, we’re looking to hire a multimedia/social media intern for 2012-13. If you’ve handled Twitter, Tumblr, or Facebook for an organization before, or you just plain love Vimeo, consider sending us your resume and a cover note at email@example.com. We’d also love to… Sounds like an awesome opportunity
Debate at Flux Factory on Wednesday, May 30th, 8pm... →
artstech: Flux Factory is pleased to present its latest edition of Flux Death Match, an initiative that takes online debates into real-space at the Flux gallery. Four highly opinionated panelists will illustrate their arguments with images, web references, and other materials in a rapid-fire way that challenges convictions on critical issues. Audience members can expect spontaneous responses,...
yesterday i was talking to myself and i told...
muumuuhouse: Ellen Kennedy
fallingandlaughing: I’m not usually into musical ringtones, but when all-time-favorite “Trains Across the Sea” by the Silver Jews shuffled up on my iDevice this morning, I realized that maybe I could use the opening lines as a telephonic talisman against further fuckin beatins. How could any shitty news come to me via the phone? “Troubles? No troubles—on the line.” There. Done.
The bursting of the bubble discredited the term “dot-com,” which was...– Facebook: The Ultimate Dot-Com : The New Yorker (via ninakix) The dream of the ’90s is alive… etc
Tuesdays & Thursdays: I Love Squares Milpa is one... →
tuesandthurs: I Love Squares Milpa is one of my favorite iPhone games, a puzzler that makes you think but still has a great flow. Its creator, David Brackeen, has just released another puzzle game to the App Store, and god damn if it doesn’t hit that sweet spot even harder. I Love Squares follows the… Follow Tuesdays & Thursday for interesting sundries, including app reviews
The New Politic: One Recorded Future →
new-politic: Sorry to break into the editorial voice here, but I thought I’d connect a few dots in a way that a quote and a handful of links might not. 1) Palantir, is a data mining cybersecurity firm, spun out of PayPal. 2) Palantir wanted to work with BoA to attack Wikileaks, in case you needed a… re: The Data Mining Industrial Complex. New Politic, killin’ it.
adampritzker: An act someone does for you that you didn’t want to have them do and tried to avoid having them do, but they went ahead anyway, determined to do you a favor, and then things went wrong and caused you a lot of trouble, yet in the end social conventions required you to express gratitude Real?
"The sentiment is similar to Bret Easton Ellis,... →
thenotes: Kyle Chayka for Riot of Perfume.
Oh-That Guy: Welcome... →
oh-thatguy: The inspiration for Oh-That Guy was not an ex-boyfriend, current boss, meddlesome in-law, shirtless pool boy, or erratic reality TV star. In fact, the original That Guy is a complete stranger. Even though I see him (all too) frequently, I have never exchanged words with him, or even shared a… The last bunch of paragraphs of this are super good
Information terrorist” – what a funny concept. That you could terrorize someone...– Fugitive hacker Christopher Doyon, or Commander X, tells why Anonymous ‘might well be the most powerful organization on Earth’ | News | National Post This is, by far, one of the more interesting things I read this week. Some thoughts: It is fascinating the way that a member of Anonymous views...
Arcfinity: Arc explores the future of fun →
arcfinity: Simon Ings writes: Arc 1.2’s essayists have ignored the rotten spring weather and are gamboling about like a flock of spring lambs. We asked them to think about pleasure and fun, and they scampered off in all directions. P D Smith throws off Blade Runner-ish gloom to celebrate the city as…