For those of you following the Iran protests:
preserving the infrastructure.
basic wartime journalism protocols explained for twitter users and
blog readers. (Original site has been slash-dotted, excerpt at
call for hacking Iranian gov’t sites (ethically questionable to flat
out wrong IMO) Tons of good links in the wired article.
Today’s Design Links:
Lovely retro advertising for Coca-Cola
Another drink related design. Perfect for when the workbench gets too
crowded for your beer.
First link from the “real” world. La-z-boy goes green. (Dang that’s ugly)
Second link from the “real” world. Did GM kill the wrong mark?
Adventure, Curiosity, Time Wasting, and maybe Educational:
Just launched by Dylan Thuras and Joshua Foer. Atlas Obscura is a
wonder cabinet on the internet. User generated content that is worth
seeing.(Occasional server slow-downs. Warning colossal time sink.)
Dylan Thuras previous project, Curious Expeditions is equally fascinating
Four for Tech-Geek crowd:
Carl Linnaeus invented the index card. It’s important, really.
Obama is working to fix Read ID but not the way it should be fixed.
(By trashing the idea altogether)
Experts call for Google to force use of https rather than http at all
times for it’s cloud apps. Oops, I never remember to force https when
I’m on-line at Starbucks.
Tablet netbook? I leave it to the netbook fans to dissect and debate.
Tom Brokaw from Comdex 1994. Weird — they don’t get much wrong.
I love post-it notes. I love stop-motion animation. Swoon.
I haven’t had time to watch all of this yet. But ‑OMG- all that
Bollywood goodness in one place!
More on Thursday,