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This link recently saved by nsfmc on April 15, 2010
This is incredibly fun to read.
"If Jason Bourne's actions make visible the infrastructure-rich, borderless world of the EU, then John McClane shows us a new type of architectural space altogether—one that we might call, channeling topology, Nakatomi space, wherein buildings reveal near-infinite interiors, capable of being traversed through all manner of non-architectural means....
As I wrote the other day, crime is a way to use the city."
This link recently saved by nsfmc on September 28, 2009
This article, heavy in metaphor and also highly contentious among designers, is about a religious viewpoint in typography that dictates that typography should be so good that you almost don't notice that it's there, it's that whole thing where a bently is so awesome that you don't even feel like you're driving at all. well, sorta.
Warde writes: "if you are a member of that vanishing tribe, the amateurs of fine vintages, you will choose the crystal, because everything about it is calculated to reveal rather than hide the beautiful thing which it was meant to contain."
This link recently saved by nsfmc on September 07, 2009
The emergence of the cassette--the first sturdy, re-writeable music technology-- allowed us to "manufacture" our own music in the privacy of our own homes and recirculate it at our will, through mixtape trading and full-album dubbing. By the early 1980s, home taping had become the latest fall guy for an industry trying to blame consumer delinquency for its slipping fortunes, rather than its own overspending.
This link recently saved by nsfmc on July 23, 2009
This link recently saved by nsfmc on February 23, 2009
"There’s the stuff you want to do, and there’s the stuff you have to do before you can do what you want to do. People have a natural tendency to skip the have to do stuff to get right to the want to do stuff if they can get away with it. Friction is resistance. Hence untitled document windows containing hours of unsaved work — there’s an idea in your head that you want to express or explore, and the path of least resistance is to hit Command-N and just start working."
This link recently saved by nsfmc on November 14, 2008