Monthly Archives: October 2012

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2012/10/30/nyregion/hurricane-sandys-aftermath.html?hp

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excitement // ARE we all going to DIE, or is it a storm- KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON

  We are actually – kind of – flying into or into the aftermath of a Halloween Hurricane /// nothing to worry about – yet. http://project.wnyc.org/storm-surge/ http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/28/us/hurricane-sandy-on-collision-course-with-winter-storm.html

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secret NYC

http://www.fastcodesign.com/1670099/exploring-new-yorks-most-hidden-spaces-its-rooftops#2

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The City and the Web

“Any power, no matter how supreme, totalitarian, ubiquitous, high-tech, democratic, and evasive, at the end has to land on the actual ground of the city and leave traces that are difficult to efface. This is why, unlike the web, the … Continue reading

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Motion tracking

1 of 18 / Made by Humans / Hyundai Vision Hall / Hyundai Motor Group from Universal Everything on Vimeo.

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and with this I start a conversation on the blog – let’s use this plat[form]

“…..resulting in a dynamic, constantly changing set of interconnected entities with fuzzy individual boundaries.” I love this blurred sentence – inspiring yet inarticulate – fuzziness .. what a great concept for a time of informational revolution — —– There is … Continue reading

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Territorialisation, deterritorialisation, and reterritorialisation

. “Deterritorialization has a purposeful variance in meaning […], it can be roughly described as a move away from a rigidly imposed hierarchical, arborescent context, which seeks to package things (concepts, objects, etc.) into discrete categorised units with singular coded … Continue reading

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p h y l o t a x i s – by Jonathan Harris

http://phylotaxis.com/ Phylotaxis is an expression of the space where science meets culture. Its structure (designed by Stefan Sagmeister), is derived from the Fibonacci Sequence. Phylotaxis presents the world’s latest science news as an interactive particle system, consisting of many small … Continue reading

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