a chunk of asphalt
i think numbers - i do #webdev, #ux and business analysis - ip law - digitally twisted with strong tendency to obsess over data, meaning and usability
a chunk of asphalt
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prekel:

#streetart #asheville
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theeconomist:

Daily chart: The current ebola outbreak is the worst on record. So far this year there have been 1,201 confirmed, suspected or probable cases of the disease in west Africa, while over 670 people have died. 
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hyperallergic:

(via Two Exhibitions Capture Life in the Caucasus)
TBILISI, Georgia — This week in Tbilisi, there are two exhibitions worth checking out. They make a nice pairing for an afternoon, as the first deals with public memory while the second is a very intimate examination of hidden experience. Both are singular in that they reflect life in the Caucasus region yet have universal relevance.
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Visualizing discussions on Reddit with a D3 network and Embedly
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obviologist:

This one came out of nowhere, I just sat down and within a few moments of being at the computer I knew exactly what I was going to make.  This happens so rarely, and when it does happen its even more rare that the final out looks so close to my original vision.   i am quite happy with this one. what do you all think?
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lifestylehacker:

We get treated like kids with pocket money wages and pay the poverty premium for it. We’re cheaper to pay and easier to fire. Many of us have gone from low pay to no pay. We’re the generation that thought we had it all until the crisis showed us our dreams were built on a house of cards. We have nothing to show for and confused about our future. We’ve gone from Generation Y to Generation Why. It’s difficult to know what’s worse: expecting not to have the things your parents had, and preparing yourself for alternatives to getting a job, a house or even a degree – or assuming everything’s going to be OK, until you realise that your dreams have been privatised. How we cope with this shock will affect not just how we can build a better future, but whether we can conceive of a better future at all. Young people cope emotionally in different ways – from being scared about what to do next to seeking advice from anyone who will listen. We also cope practically to try and make a living – from trying to save money through negotiating with the landlord to making money by selling stuff on the market.How do you cope with trying to make a living? How are people developing creative ways of making a living where you live?  European Alternatives wants to hear from you! Whether you’re young or work with people who are. Using creative methods, we want to uncover your experiences on how young people cope with trying to make a living in cities across Europe. We’ll use your insights and ideas to develop scenarios, stories and a guide on how, through the process of coping with the crisis, young people are creating new ways of making a living.
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prostheticknowledge:

DevArt
Upcoming exhibition at the Barbican, London, on the art of creative coding. Sponsored by Google, there is also a call for entries for any creative coders who wish to have a piece comissioned. Video embedded below:




DevArt is a new type of art. It is made with code, by developers that push the possibilities of creativity and technology. They use technology as the canvas and code as the raw materials to create innovative, engaging digital art installations.
DevArt is the opportunity to open their creative process, share their art with the world and be a part of a new movement in art.


Google, with the Barbican in London, will commission a developer to create a new digital art installation alongside some of the world’s best interactive artists at the Digital Revolution exhibition: the biggest and most comprehensive exploration of digital creativity ever to be staged in the UK. From there, the exhibition will then go on tour to cities around the world.

Can’t wait to visit the show, which opens in July … you can find out more at the DevArt website here
prostheticknowledge:

DevArt
Upcoming exhibition at the Barbican, London, on the art of creative coding. Sponsored by Google, there is also a call for entries for any creative coders who wish to have a piece comissioned. Video embedded below:




DevArt is a new type of art. It is made with code, by developers that push the possibilities of creativity and technology. They use technology as the canvas and code as the raw materials to create innovative, engaging digital art installations.
DevArt is the opportunity to open their creative process, share their art with the world and be a part of a new movement in art.


Google, with the Barbican in London, will commission a developer to create a new digital art installation alongside some of the world’s best interactive artists at the Digital Revolution exhibition: the biggest and most comprehensive exploration of digital creativity ever to be staged in the UK. From there, the exhibition will then go on tour to cities around the world.

Can’t wait to visit the show, which opens in July … you can find out more at the DevArt website here
prostheticknowledge:

DevArt
Upcoming exhibition at the Barbican, London, on the art of creative coding. Sponsored by Google, there is also a call for entries for any creative coders who wish to have a piece comissioned. Video embedded below:




DevArt is a new type of art. It is made with code, by developers that push the possibilities of creativity and technology. They use technology as the canvas and code as the raw materials to create innovative, engaging digital art installations.
DevArt is the opportunity to open their creative process, share their art with the world and be a part of a new movement in art.


Google, with the Barbican in London, will commission a developer to create a new digital art installation alongside some of the world’s best interactive artists at the Digital Revolution exhibition: the biggest and most comprehensive exploration of digital creativity ever to be staged in the UK. From there, the exhibition will then go on tour to cities around the world.

Can’t wait to visit the show, which opens in July … you can find out more at the DevArt website here
prostheticknowledge:

DevArt
Upcoming exhibition at the Barbican, London, on the art of creative coding. Sponsored by Google, there is also a call for entries for any creative coders who wish to have a piece comissioned. Video embedded below:




DevArt is a new type of art. It is made with code, by developers that push the possibilities of creativity and technology. They use technology as the canvas and code as the raw materials to create innovative, engaging digital art installations.
DevArt is the opportunity to open their creative process, share their art with the world and be a part of a new movement in art.


Google, with the Barbican in London, will commission a developer to create a new digital art installation alongside some of the world’s best interactive artists at the Digital Revolution exhibition: the biggest and most comprehensive exploration of digital creativity ever to be staged in the UK. From there, the exhibition will then go on tour to cities around the world.

Can’t wait to visit the show, which opens in July … you can find out more at the DevArt website here
prostheticknowledge:

DevArt
Upcoming exhibition at the Barbican, London, on the art of creative coding. Sponsored by Google, there is also a call for entries for any creative coders who wish to have a piece comissioned. Video embedded below:




DevArt is a new type of art. It is made with code, by developers that push the possibilities of creativity and technology. They use technology as the canvas and code as the raw materials to create innovative, engaging digital art installations.
DevArt is the opportunity to open their creative process, share their art with the world and be a part of a new movement in art.


Google, with the Barbican in London, will commission a developer to create a new digital art installation alongside some of the world’s best interactive artists at the Digital Revolution exhibition: the biggest and most comprehensive exploration of digital creativity ever to be staged in the UK. From there, the exhibition will then go on tour to cities around the world.

Can’t wait to visit the show, which opens in July … you can find out more at the DevArt website here