Tuesday, September 24th, 2019
Some rise, some fall, some climb — Robert Hunter, 78. Mister, your inspiration moved me brightly.
My biggest expense? Not billing.
Good bonkers, I’m Adam S Khan, the S being for Samuel.
I live in Brighton, England with Irit and our kids and right now no dogs.
Thanks for dropping by — it’s my pleasure to have you.
Thursday, November 12th, 2015
With the villain’s quasi-sibling bond to the hero, 2015’s 007 movie deflates to an incestuous Möbius Strip.
Monday, December 17th, 2012
I’ve tried to enjoy schlepping water, thinking that it serves to keep us to some human roots.
Wednesday, April 11th, 2012
Annoyances and upsets with the iPhone 4S have been more than offset by its screen, the silkiness of its surfaces, the camera, and the third-party market for both software and hardware.
Thursday, March 25th, 2010
It’s amazing, given the adulation he enjoyed elsewhere, that the Israeli public knew from the start not to trust US President Obama.
Monday, March 8th, 2010
It’s 1983: Go for the Apple IIe with 64k that could be opened up as a hobbyist machine? Or the smaller, sleeker and newer IIc with double the memory but a closed case?
Thursday, July 30th, 2009
There’s nothing else around here except empty desolate pretty hills. The Israel Trail passes by a bit to the west. The shops are mostly franchises, almost all homegrown: Super-Pharm, Aroma, Tzomet Sfarim, Cup O’ Joe’s, LaMetayel, Mega, Fox, Castro, H&O.
Tuesday, January 20th, 2009
So, finally, we stopped yesterday; the Israeli assault on Gaza of late 2008/early 2009 is over. With it, Israel lost moral purity and made vital strategic gains.
Friday, January 9th, 2009
Even if it did nothing, was just a prop in a futuristic movie, the MacBook Pro would be impressive; it’s like a sculpture of my previous computer, the MacBook, except it’s actually an improved computer!
Thursday, August 7th, 2008
Irit, the Jam and I walk from Brighton to Gatwick Airport.
Friday, December 7th, 2007
Ariel Sharon’s disengagement policy reflected an understanding that ownership of the Palestinian issue is shared with Egypt and Jordan. If Tony Blair were to acquire this view, perhaps he really could help facilitate an end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Thursday, October 25th, 2007
There she was, sitting outside the apartment block! How did she do it? Dogs—or at least Jam—must have some sort of navigational sense we don’t understand.
Monday, February 26th, 2007
I have had something very flattering: a request. Juan Carlos has asked me for comments on Casino Royale.
Thursday, February 8th, 2007
The Mrs is skeptical of David Allen’s Getting Things Done self-management system because it eschews the rigors of time management in lieu of what feels right. But GTD is about informed feeling.
Saturday, July 10th, 2004
I want to get people in my pics, but it’s tougher when you’re no longer a wide-eyed teenager, because people generally don’t like to think they are a spectacle.
Sunday, October 20th, 2019
Dr Alex Joffe notes that while the West’s working classes are still relatively sensible, “in Western social and information environments saturated with virtue-signaling, [grafting BDS onto contemporary concerns and movements is] having some success with members of the image-conscious, predominantly white middle class.
Friday, October 18th, 2019
Dore Gold primes us on why Israel must retain the Jordan Valley. Like the Golan, it’s not only about strategic depth but also strategic height. When driving down the magnificent road along the Dead Sea from Jerusalem to Ein Bokek, I would often loftily complain that one wouldn’t know one has exited Israel proper as there are no signs, just a little roadblock upon entering Ein Bokek (and a much more significant one upon reentering Jerusalem near the city limits). Whenever there’s no sign, it’s a sign that the State has deemed this land integral yet history has not yet ripened sufficiently for declaring it so.
Thursday, October 17th, 2019
Volvo unveils its first full battery electric model, the XC40 Recharge SUV with 402bhp a 248-mile range. Featuring no front grille!
Wednesday, October 16th, 2019
Succession as comedy. Obvious, given its producers, but still, nicely written.
Latitudinal psychology? “Like happiness, [individualism and creativity] trend higher as one moves away from the equator.”
A deep dive into the Grand Seiko Snowflake on Hodinkee. “The entire thing seems to have been calculated to create an effect of serenity without boredom; of minimalism without sterility.”
Tuesday, October 15th, 2019
This is actually kind of important: How to select, copy, and paste text in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. Thanks, AppleInsider. In Notes at least, 3-finger swipe-left and swipe-right isn’t just undo and redo, but an entire history of actions to the document.
Meir Kraus, a fellow at the research center at the Shalom Hartman Institute, sets out challenges, lessons, options and insights for a balanced and feasible option on Jerusalem as part of a wider solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A lovely poster of Frank Lloyd Wright homes “in (nearly) every state” by HomeAdvisor.
Sunday, October 13th, 2019
AutoCar drives the electric Jaguar I-Pace from London to Frankfurt. As recently as two years ago such a journey simply wasn’t feasible. Now, once you have the more expensive car, it’s much cheaper than driving diesel let alone petrol. That said, charging stops are an hour rather than five minutes, and every 200 miles rather than say every 500. But I think there is some good here. Travellers must get out and stretch their legs for a longer while. All in all our automotive future looks improved.
George Friedman on Brexit: it is very likely to happen, as is the painful shift to increased ties with the Anglosphere.
Thursday, October 10th, 2019
ExpressionEngine (EE) is the content management system that until recently I used for building every web property. In November 2018, EllisLab, the producer of EE, was sold to Digital Locations, Inc. (DLOC) and EllisLab owner Rick Ellis joined the parent company’s payroll. The acquisition is detailed in Digital Locations’ Quarterly Report (Form 10-Q) dated August 13th, 2019.
But the Digital Locations acquisition seems downright skeezy. Despite the company’s tagline about Artificial Intelligence, it appears to be nothing more than a holding company for Mr Bill Beifuss. Moreover it looks like he’s scrimping on incorporation fees: the company was founded in 2006 as Zingerang, then became Carbon Sciences for a decade, before morphing again into Digital Locations. It self-reports never having had any revenues.
According to the linked-to Bloomberg profile, Mr Beifuss is also CEO of some other companies: Warp 9 Inc, Coeur D’alene French Baking Co, and Cumorah Capital Inc., none of which appear to provide any actual products or services either.
Rick must have been aware of and a party to this bullshit. With ExpressionEngine he had a great thing going; I wonder what happened. All I can speculate is that he very much wanted to segue EE’s success into enabling him to try other things professionally but that it remained his biggest achievement and he couldn’t bring himself to let go of the golden goose even though it was fading without his hands-on vision. And then at some point last year he suddenly really needed a buyer.
Recently, on October 3rd, 2019, he bought EllisLab back from Beifuss then sold it a week later to development house Packet Tide, that is, Tom Jaeger. So it Rick Ellis has finally let go of ExpressionEngine, even if he held on too long; despite being free EE can barely be be given away now; the technology has moved on.
I’m relieved to have moved away from it onto the Node ecosystem. I really enjoyed meeting the EllisLab team at an EE conference in 2017 — such cool nice folks in person — but for me EllisLab is a cautionary tale.
Wednesday, October 9th, 2019
I wish there were something to disagree with in this piece reviewing the fiasco that is Brexit. We see now that due to the United Kingdom’s very make-up — a dominant England, a smaller Scotland, and a Northern Ireland with inherent connections to the Republic of Ireland — Britain needs to be in the EU arguably more than many other European countries do. Surely some game theory simulations would have borne out the current impasse.
Tuesday, October 8th, 2019
I’m excited by the Richard Mille Bonbon watch collection. Just fabulous. Crazy expensive but apparently all have been bought, most popularly in Malaysia.
MacStories’ macOS Catalina review seems comprehensive enough to take over from John Siracusa’s famous Ars Technica reviews.
Monday, October 7th, 2019
“Guidelines for Israel’s National Security Strategy” by Gadi Eisenkot and Gabi Siboni [PDF] published October 2019 by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
Erdoğan’s Turkey, once again neither winning friends nor influencing people, this time trying it on around the Eastern Med gas fields.
Sunday, October 6th, 2019
Healthy in other respects, some adults have profoundly impaired autobiographical re-experiencing.
Saturday, October 5th, 2019
A conversation on Jewish concepts of sin ABA failure with David Bashevkin that could have gone on a lot longer. Very good stuff for those needing to augment their awareness that we are in the Days of Awe.
Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019
There is no climate emergency, states the European Climate Declaration, organized by Amsterdam-based Climate Intelligence Foundation (CLINTEL) and undersigned by “over 500 knowledgeable and experienced scientists and professionals in climate and related fields”. This on the day the media provided extensive coverage of a speech at the UN by a 16-year-old climate activist. Interestingly, the country with the most signatories is Italy, with 113.
Tuesday, October 1st, 2019
“There has not in modern American history been such a preposterous excuse for a threat to the presidency as the Ukraine affair,” opens the splendiferous Lord Black of Crossharbour. My only qualm in the piece is his characterization that the Democratic candidates “shrieked”; this lazy hyperbole detracts. And also perhaps that the case against Clinton was even more preposterous.
I support every clause and every irony in this best Victor Davis Hanson piece in a while. VDH must even resort to a consistent use of italics, his points are so pertinent. My one qualm here is that Israel is surely uneasy with America’s seeming passivity vis-a-vis Iran’s attacks. But this qualm is quelled because Israel is only Little Satan, whereas Big Satan has economic pressures it can and is bringing to bear on Iran that are just not in Israel’s wheelhouse.
The sweaters of Succession. By Vulture.
The future is real but the past is all made up.
Logan Roy in Succession, Series 2, Episode 8
Saturday, September 28th, 2019
Thursday, September 26th, 2019
As opposed to the better-known warning against entangling foreign alliances, the real money quote from Washington’s Farewell address was that in foreign affairs the United States be “guided by justice”. So argues freshly-minted Giselle Donnelly — I love this robust American Enterprise Institute fellow.
Starting from WeWork, Matt Stoller coins “counterfeit capitalism” as the Amazon model: “take inputs, combine them into products worth less than their cost, and plug up the deficit through the capital markets in hopes of acquiring market power later or of just self-dealing so the losses are placed onto someone else.” It is, he argues, terrible for society as a whole.
Mototaka Nakamura, who has published a score of climate-related papers on fluid dynamics, has written a small book in Japanese and English entitled Confessions of a Climate Scientist: The Global Warming Hypothesis is An Unproven Hypothesis arguing that we lack the tools to forecast temperature. He writes:
In climate research and modelling, we should recognize that we are dealing with a coupled non-linear chaotic system, and therefore that the long-term prediction of future climate states is not possible.
Sun, ice, oceans, clouds: none are being modelled with any approximation to reality, he writes.
Wednesday, September 25th, 2019
This video rather magnificiently splices together various bands playing “Terrapin Station”. My new most favorite YouTube video ever.
Some rise, some climb, some fall — Robert Hunter, 78. Mister, your inspiration moved me brightly.
Tuesday, September 24th, 2019
It’s good, I’ve had time to contemplate my Indecisiveness.
“By far the most important factor in determining whether a boiled egg will peel cleanly or not is the temperature at which it starts cooking.” There’s just too many quotable quotes in this first entry in a new New York Times series on the science of cooking. I think the Grey Lady has finally found a useful niche.
Pictures of the glorious Soviet metro stations, a photography book by Christopher Herwig.
Joseph Epstein has a book to review on the semi-colon; that is, an excuse to treat us to a treatise on punctuation. It is “the art of rhythm, for punctuation’s second function, after its first function of helping to establish clarity, is to set the rhythm of sentences. Rhythm in prose, it turns out, is highly individual, for nearly everyone not only marches but writes to the beat of a different drummer.”
Sunday, September 22nd, 2019
With 20% of the population and a recent poll suggesting 65% are proud to be Israeli, are the country’s increasingly-franchised Arabs to be Israel’s new kingmakers?, wonders Shlomi Eldar at Al-Monitor.
At the top of [their] demands is restarting the diplomatic process with the Palestinians. We should note the delicate phrasing of the demand, which is meant to make it easier for Gantz and those Blue and White members who are more affiliated with the right to accept. It doesn’t say ‘creating a Palestinian state’ and presents no outline for an arrangement; rather, it presents a vague demand to ‘establish a diplomatic process that would lead to the realization of the vision of two states on the basis of the 67 lines.’ It’s likely that Gantz, Lapid and Moshe Ya’alon could accept the word ‘vision.’”
This movement will surely underpin the eventual full resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The end of formal dining on Amtrak. The change is “driven by a desire to save money,” Amtrak said to The Washington Post, “and lure a younger generation of new riders — chiefly, millennials known to be always on the run, glued to their phones and not particularly keen on breaking bread with strangers at a communal table.” Sad!
In National Affairs, Ruth Wisse shows us Irving Kristol, “the common man’s uncommon philosopher”.
Wednesday, September 18th, 2019
For anyone (like me) working on doing the same, see Wenbin Fang’s article “The boring technology behind a one-person Internet company”. Of course the technologies used will differ, but the frankness here is refreshing, the contour of what’s required enlightening.
If you aren’t reading almost everything Venkatesh Rao writes, you must ask yourself why. Here in Part 10 of 10 in the Weirding Diary series he places the implosion of the MIT Media Lab within the context of “glamorous institutions” collapse.
Tuesday, September 17th, 2019
“Please just leave me alone when I cross streets.” Richard Stallman’s terms of service for speaking engagements come to light [via The Register] surrounding his forced terminations. A couple of observations: for 66 his skin looks amazingly moist and smooth, like a healthy 25-year-old’s, which perhaps says something about his lifestyle and choices. And his exactingness regarding these terms is both ridiculous and admirable; few things are more important than knowing who we are and what we want and expressing these clearly.
This Gates Foundation presentation on global inequality is clear, straightforward, well-written, nicely illustrated with animated graphs, and surely worth the time of anyone who can access it.
Re Uber, Izabella Kaminska asks: “If you have a company with lots of employees, margins are very low and it is acquiring market share through subsidisation, and not necessarily through quality, how can you guarantee that this is going to be a sustainable and profitable model? You can’t.”
George Friedman is impressed by Iran’s recent attack on Saudi oil infrastructure, which “imposed a price on the Saudis for their alliance structure that, if it continues, they cannot pay. The attack also drove home to U.S. allies that their interest and the United States’ interest on oil diverge.” Yes but conversely while they lash out violently and the US responds only economically, they appear increasingly desperate, a not-good look with real-world consequences.
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White House laughs off Anonymous book as old news...
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9-month-old to be taken off life support against mom's wishes...
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Students turn against free speech amid 'culture of conformity'...
150 rockets fired at Israel after IDF assassinates Gaza terror leader...
Daytime TV Shocker: Entire 'DAYS OF OUR LIVES' Cast Fired...
Fear and sorrow after another escalation...
Saudi promo video labels feminism, atheism, homosexuality as extremist ideas...
Cleaver Erupts After Comparing MLK Blvd. Opponents to KKK
Daily Northwestern Apologizes to Students for Journalism
The Battle of Seattle at 20
Triggered: Don Jr. Confronts America-Hating Thugs
Kardashian West & America's Twisted Relationship to Race
Media's Double Standard About Naming Whistleblowers
Democracy Ends Not With a Bang, But With a Book Deal
A Fair Inquiry Would Question Hunter & Joe Biden
Impeachment Is Serious Stuff, But GOP Wants a Circus
Democrats Have a Colonel Vindman Problem
Trump's Lie About Impeachment Transcripts His Laziest Yet
Schiff, Dems Hunt the Great Orange Whale
Nikki Haley Embodies What's Wrong With the GOP
Bloomberg Will Hit an Iceberg
Is the Democratic Coalition Too Big?
Links for the intellectually curious, ranked by readers.
Hyrum's Law: An Observation on Software Engineering
The Google Squeeze
Backblaze Hard Drive Stats Q3 2019
Flexport is hiring engineers in Amsterdam. We can get you a work visa
A copy of your property deed costs $3. This SoCal firm will do it for $89
Lynx is dead – Long live Browsh for text-based internet browsing (2018)
Google's harvest of medical data includes names and full details of millions
UK Labour Party says it has experienced a 'large-scale cyber attack'
Fruits and Vegetables Are Trying to Kill You
Snopes Under Legal Attack from Salon.com
GrCUDA: A Polyglot Language Binding for CUDA in GraalVM
Telling users why their content was removed reduces future issues [pdf]
OpenIndiana Hipster 2019.10 is here – openindiana
The magic of generating new ideas
Ask HN: What does your BI stack look like?
Defense minister Bennett: Emergency status 80km from Gaza
Iron Dome intercepts 60 of the 160 rockets from Gaza
Netanyahu: Abu al-Atta was an arch-terrorist and ticking bomb
Israel is at war with Islamic Jihad. Tehran weighs opening northern fronts as punishment for Al-Atta killing
Jihad threatens to further widen its targets after Al-Atta funeral
Rockets over Tel Aviv in widening Jihad reprisal for death of Baha Abu Al-Atta
First rocket alert in Tel Aviv
State of emergency shuts down southern and central Israel
Rocket fire from Gaza reaches central Israel
Second Islamic Jihad commander targeted in Damascus
Prepared for the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations
The Counter-ISIS Coalition Has Much to Do after Baghdadi's Death
Israel Extradites Russian Hacker to U.S. Despite Moscow's Protests
Congress Warns EU Against "Warning Labels" for Jewish-Made Products
Iran Shortens Nuclear Breakout Time
Iraqi Government Cracks Down on Protesters
Immigration to Israel from Arab Countries since 2012
Jordan Foils Plot Against U.S. and Israeli Diplomats, American Soldiers
Another Gaza-Based Activist Promotes Peace with Israel
Video: Syrian Kurds Pelt Russian, Turkish Armored Vehicles with Rocks
Hamas Seen Limiting Response to Abu al-Ata Killing
Protests in Hizbullah Stronghold Continue Despite Intimidation
Russian Submarine Spotted near Israel
Israel Kills Senior Islamic Jihad Commander in Gaza; Multiple Rockets Fired at Israel
Thailand's Navy Purchases Israeli Counter-Drone System
Israel Targets Damascus Home of Islamic Jihad Official
More South Korean academics caught naming kids as co-authors
When cyberwar struck its first civilian target
From the archive
A 150-year-old idea could hinder Suez Canal invasions
Author Correction: Forearc carbon sink reduces long-term volatile recycling into the mantle
Who shrank the drug factory? Briefcase-sized labs could transform medicine
WHO sticks to 2020 governance plan for human-genome editing
Author Correction: Mechanosensation of cyclical force by PIEZO1 is essential for innate immunity
Planet junk: a journey through discards
Founding a global biotechnology summit — while pursuing a PhD
Overhaul intensive farming systems to meet emissions goals
Pandemic policy can learn from arms control
Global lessons from South Africa’s rooibos compensation agreement
Research culture must be kinder for all, not just royalty
Daily briefing: How to stop commercial satellites from disrupting astronomy
US troops at Syria base say they’ll keep pressure on Daesh
Lebanese banks, schools shut as protesters push on
Israel strikes home of Palestinian Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza
EU sanction on Turkey over Cyprus drilling may disrupt talks: Erdogan
Erdogan to tell Trump: US has not met Syria cease-fire obligations
Attack in Damascus kills two, wounds six — state media
‘Innovation, cooperation’ key to GCC’s economic vitality
Turkey and Qatar on course to clash over Levant basin drilling
Palestinian shot in back says Israelis abused him for hours
Palestinian killed in clashes on anniversary of Yasser Arafat’s death
A quarterly magazine of urban affairs, published by the Manhattan Institute, edited by Brian C. Anderson.
DACA in the Dock
The Mayor and the World
Then They Came for the Doughnut Vendors
When the Wall Came Down
US gun maker loses appeal against lawsuit over Sandy Hook massacre
Russia’s Putin takes Netanyahu for a ride over jailed US-Israeli woman
California, ‘ground zero for US-China relations’, feels the pinch as trade war tariffs hit American port traffic
Afghanistan to swap Taliban militants for American and Australian professors, held captive since 2016
Militants retaliate with rockets after Israel kills Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza strike
The insider’s guide to the Trump impeachment hearings
Why 660,000 ‘Dreamers’ like Carolina Fung Feng face an uncertain future in America, her home since she was 12
Trump expected to delay EU auto tariff decision for 6 more months
Canadian hockey pundit Don Cherry fired after on-air rant about immigrants not wearing remembrance poppies
Mexico grants asylum to Bolivia’s ex-leader Evo Morales whose ‘life was at risk’
Brain candy for Happy Mutants
Police in Australia have been strip searching children, hoping to find drugs
Northwestern journalism students wrote something dumb. The freakout around it is even dumber.
Hong Kong cop suspended for driving his motorcycle into a crowd
Explaining the law that lets cops steal your cash and property and keep it
Splendid Soviet painting of classroom computers is yours for $2500
This "Christmas Shirt For Dog Lovers" is definitely a penis
There's 22 million gallons of nuclear waste under a concrete dome on a Pacific Island, and it's sinking
In 1822, a desperate band of convicts fleeing a Tasmanian penal colony ended up resorting to cannibalism
Degas-style studies of Tom Holland performing Rihanna’s Umbrella
The potential number one NBA and NFL draft picks were both ruled ineligible by the NCAA
Second Sonic the Hedgehog trailer shows fixed design
McMansion Hell visits the wealthy DC suburbs, home to the Brick Behemoth, the Tragic Tudor, the Chonky Corinthian, and more!
Twitter is awash in disinformation bots tweeting lies about the Kentucky gubernatorial election results
Ethnicity detection camera
Politically Incorrect Paper of the Day: The United Fruit Company was Good!
Television facts of the day
A Coasean solution for New Delhi?
Do the rich save more?
Monday assorted links
Narcissism and coldness
*Walter Raleigh: Architect of Empire*
Sunday assorted links
The racial integration of the Korean War
Rent control is also not great for labor market outcomes
What I’ve been reading and browsing
Saturday assorted links
Don’t put the state capital too far away sorry Albany but Austin is fine
Facial recognition isn’t just about China and airports
Intelligence predicts educational achievement pretty well
Where the design community meets.
Sketch 60 is out with a new Components Panel
Results of the Front-End Tooling Survey 2019
A human curated collection of premium factory products
UI Animation Agencies/Freelancer?
Semantic sidenotes for the web
Data Grid for Framer
How Kickstarter Built an Independent Publication Focused on Creativity
The Sustainable Movement
Article : Predicting User's Action with Proximity for better UX
600 Modern UI Cards Based on Simple Yet Powerful Design System
What to do when your design career stalls?
Design Sprint: Facilitator tips for Thursday
Interaction Design Inspiration – Nov 2019
Ten Commandments of Branding Bible: The entrepreneur's Edition
6 Questions to Ask Before Developing a Single Page Website
Rumors and news on everything Apple since 1997
Editorial: How Steve Jobs' 'Thoughts On Flash' gave iPad a head start in tablets
Giveaway: Enter to win a free pair of Apple AirPods Pro
100% of Fortune 500 companies are using Apple products
Nomad discounts Apple Watch, AirPods, iPhone accessories for the holidays
IBM's 200,000 Macs have made a happier, more productive workforce
Jamf enhances managed device tool suite to boost iPhone & Mac security
Apple Car could borrow TrueTone tech to balance internal lighting
Plugable Thunderbolt 3 NVMe SSD review: Just as fast as your MacBook Pro storage
Review: Master & Dynamic MH40 wireless reissue -- back to what started it all
Facebook app accesses iPhone camera without user's knowledge
Apple TV+ versus Disney+ compared -- the streaming wars escalate
Apple TV+ show 'Truth Be Told' launches with Hollywood premiere
Opinions on corporate and brand identity work.
Linked: LogoArchive: Letters
Noted: New Logo and Cover for The Atlantic done In-house
Reviewed: New Logo and Identity for Reebok done In-house with Darrin Crescenzi
Spotted: New Name and Logo for Ovintiv
Spotted: New Logos for Atlanta Dream by Tantrum Agency
Sponsored by Mohawk Paper: Mohawk Paper wants to Fund your Passion Project
Linked: Under Armour goes Overboard
Noted: New Logo for Netherlands
Reviewed: New Logo and Identity for Vagina Museum by Passport
Spotted: New Logo for Credit Counselling Society
Linked: Type Champions
Noted: New Logo for Extensis
Reviewed: Friday Likes 307: From Alizée Freudenthal, Studio Lowrie, and Studio L'Ami
Spotted: New Logo for Daily Hive by Colony
Biting the hand that feeds IT
experiments in refactored perception
Spatial Intelligence: Architecture as a Giant Computer
Predictable Identities: 20 – Self and Other Labeling
From Pseudoevents to Pseudorealities