Archive for the ‘Digital Culture’ Category

ReBlog Mondays: Beyond-Borders

  If you haven’t supported a Kickstarter campaign yet, now is the time! This exhibition of posters from Iran, organized by Steven Heller, Mirko Ilić, Majid Abbasi, Nahid Tootoonchi, Amos Klausner, Anne Jackson, Pouya Jahanshahi, and Andrew Twigg, will be hosted at AIGA’s National Design Center Gallery in New York before it travels nationally across […]

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History Thursday: Timelines

  I was talking about the history of the web (super briefly, in fact I made a joke that my version of the history of the web could serve as a script for a “Drunk History” episode) in a class about a week ago. I referenced Natalie Bookchin’s history/timeline project, “A Story of Net Art”—a […]

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ReBlog Mondays: $1 Microscope

  The Foldscope relies on the precise human ability to fold paper in order to generate a microscope made of paper for just $1. Manu Prakash, working with his team at Stanford, told the MIT Technology Review in this article: Although it costs less than a dollar in parts, it can provide over 2,000X magnification with submicron resolution, weighs less […]

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