Monthly Archives: March 2009

All the King’s Horses…

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All the King’s Horses…
Why Advertising Is Failing On The Internet from Tech Crunch.

Big Takeover.

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Big Takeover.
I’m a big fan of Matt Taibbi’s writing at Rolling Stone – this is a great rant about the financial crisis. top

LED Shepherding.

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LED Shepherding.
Big chunks of this have got to be fake, but pretty cute…

Wearable Sixth Sense.

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Wearable Sixth Sense.
Wow. Pattie Maes & Pranav Mistry: Unveiling the “Sixth Sense,” game-changing wearable tech at the 2009 TED Conference. Takes the Microsoft Surface concept from a couple years ago and frees it from any particular substrate for a truly portable system that the speakers claim could be at cost parity with an average cell phone once […]

Angling Images.

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Angling Images.
Really cool collection of photos shot from unusually compelling angles from Hongkiat.com

Someone Must Know.

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Someone Must Know.
Saw this posted on a random light pole on Magazine Street here in New Orleans. I’m all for a chance of absolution, but the high school basketball coach thing is just freaky.

Notice.

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Notice.
While you are reading this there is a man in one of the windows high above you who is taking your photograph…

Plastic Life

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Plastic Life
Great miniature art from Vincent Bousserez’s Plastic Life Flickr set.  Funny compositions, and spectacularly shot.

Erik Below Sea Level.

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Erik Below Sea Level.
Our friend Erik ‘the k is black‘ Kiesewetter has launched an updated portfolio here, and it’s (as he’d say) ‘bangin’. He’s a great talent and we work with him often. Ask him about his Bike® Shorts.

Eye-Con at Barrister’s.

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Eye-Con at Barrister’s.
Wow, really incredible paintings from Scott Guion’s Eye-Con series showing at Barristers Gallery near our offices.