The lowly hardware hacking chip gets a writeup in the highbrow Atlantic magazine.

http://www.wired.com/beyond_the_beyond/2010/01/the-arduino-in-the-atlantic/

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The lowly hardware hacking chip gets a writeup in the highbrow Atlantic magazine.

http://www.wired.com/beyond_the_beyond/2010/01/the-arduino-in-the-atlantic/

Sent from a shiny proprietary iThingy

The lowly hardware-hacking chip gets a writeup in the highbrow Atlantic magazine.

http://www.wired.com/beyond_the_beyond/2010/01/the-arduino-in-the-atlantic/

A new grant for socially conscious photographers could make a dream documentary project a reality for one lucky applicant.

http://feeds.wired.com/~r/wired/index/~3/Oe0FRw1k-_Y/

A new grant for socially conscious photographers could make a dream documentary project a reality for one lucky applicant.

http://feeds.wired.com/~r/wired/index/~3/Oe0FRw1k-_Y/

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A new grant for socially conscious photographers could make a dream documentary project a reality for one lucky applicant.

http://feeds.wired.com/~r/wired/index/~3/Oe0FRw1k-_Y/

Wicked Witch of the East

Many other companies have already stopped supporting older browsers like Internet Explorer 6.0 as well as browsers that are not supported by their own manufacturers. We’re also going to begin phasing out our support, starting with Google Docs and Google Sites. As a result you may find that from March 1 key functionality within these products — as well as new Docs and Sites features — won’t work properly in older browsers.

I think that officially means the rest of the world can do it as well.  And since everybody is going to be upgrading now, when IE8 is available (among other, better choices) that means there’s no need to support IE7 anymore either, right?

….

Right?

via Google’s Official Blog.

From Wired:

If you have a love of tiny cars and an eye for design, we suggest you head over to the Smart website. Daimler is offering fame and fortune

From Wired:

If you have a love of tiny cars and an eye for design, we suggest you head over to the Smart website. Daimler is offering fame and fortune

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From Wired:

If you have a love of tiny cars and an eye for design, we suggest you head over to the Smart website. Daimler is offering fame and fortune

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

I am a faculty in the Mechanical Engineering Department. I research in the areas of robotics and prosthetics.

We are in immediate need for help with some graphic design and sketching work for my lab. I have a few jobs that an art student with some digital graphics background will be able to complete. This includes making digital sketches for our experimental set ups, drawings of our robot, concept design for future robots and website logo design etc. The artist will compensated appropriately for their work.

Would you be able to help me locate an artist who can help me?

Thanks for you time. Regards, Ashish Deshpande (via First Class)

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

I am a faculty in the Mechanical Engineering Department. I research in the areas of robotics and prosthetics.

We are in immediate need for help with some graphic design and sketching work for my lab. I have a few jobs that an art student with some digital graphics background will be able to complete. This includes making digital sketches for our experimental set ups, drawings of our robot, concept design for future robots and website logo design etc. The artist will compensated appropriately for their work.

Would you be able to help me locate an artist who can help me?

Thanks for you time. Regards, Ashish Deshpande (via First Class)

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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

I am a faculty in the Mechanical Engineering Department. I research in the areas of robotics and prosthetics.

We are in immediate need for help with some graphic design and sketching work for my lab. I have a few jobs that an art student with some digital graphics background will be able to complete. This includes making digital sketches for our experimental set ups, drawings of our robot, concept design for future robots and website logo design etc. The artist will compensated appropriately for their work.

Would you be able to help me locate an artist who can help me?

Thanks for you time. Regards, Ashish Deshpande (via First Class)

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January 29 – February 28, 2010

Trafó Gallery, Budapest
Link: http://www.trafo.hu/programs/1866

The Center for Culture and Communication Foundation in Budapest, partner of the exhibition “Subversive Practices”, which was on view at Württembergischer Kunstverein in summer 2009, presents an excerpt from this project in collaboration with Trafo Gallery.

The exhibition includes work by the artists and artist groups Carlos ALTAMIRANO; Collective Actions; Taller E.P.S. Huayco; Ion GRIGORESCU; Claus HÄNSEL; Indigo Group; Letícia PARENTE; Luis PAZOS; Dan PERJOVSCHI; Pere PORTABELLA; Ruth Wolf- REHFELDT; Herbert RODRIGUEZ und Horacio ZABALA.

The exhibition devotes itself to experimental and conceptual art practices that had established between the nineteen-sixties and eighties in Europe and South America under the influence of military dictatorships and communist regimes. The focus is on artistic practices that not only radically question the conventional concept of art, the institutions, and the relationship between art and public, but that have, at the same time, subversively thwarted structures of censorship and opposed the existing systems of power.

See also: http://www.wkv-stuttgart.de/en/programme/2009/exhibitions/subversive

Idea and Concept: Iris Dressler, Hans D. Christ

Curators: Ramón Castillo / Paulina Varas, Fernando Davis, Cristina Freire, Sabine Hänsgen, Miguel Lopez / Emilio Tarazona, Ileana Pintilie Teleaga, Valentín Roma / Daniel García Andújar, Annamária Szőke / Miklós Peternák, Anne Thurmann-Jajes

Curator Trafo Gallery: Nikolett Eross

Special event:
February 12, 2010, 5 – 9 pm
Film program; Lectures Ileana Pintilie, Iris Dressler, Hans D. Christ

Supported by: European Commission

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Jeremy Clarkson travels to Switzerland to try out the EcoMobile: a motor bike with a full car body.

What originally drew me to this article was the fact that it involved Jeremy Clarkson. I liked to thing before seeing this that I have seen every video that he has ever made, but I guess I was missing something big. Even thought they preach practicality the EcoMobile seems a little silly, but that might just be me. You Decide.

How do we increase the number of people walking in any given city? Easy, just add more designated parking spaces for them. The group Springtime created these “Person Parking” spaces as a part of a design competition held in Milan.

From Springtime:

“Duepercinque is a design competition part of the Public Design Festival in Milan. The mission: develop a creative solution for a parking spot of 2×5 meter (due per cinque), returning it to the public domain in a positive way.”

Great idea for those long walks around the block, but can we add some cushions in version 2.0?

[ http://www.wired.com/beyond_the_beyond/2009/05/person-parking-an-urban-intervention/ ]http://www.wired.com/beyond_the_beyond/2009/05/person-parking-an-urban-intervention/

How do we increase the number of people walking in any given city? Easy, just add more designated parking spaces for them. The group Springtime created these “Person Parking” spaces as a part of a design competition held in Milan.

From Springtime:

“Duepercinque is a design competition part of the Public Design Festival in Milan. The mission: develop a creative solution for a parking spot of 2×5 meter (due per cinque), returning it to the public domain in a positive way.”

Great idea for those long walks around the block, but can we add some cushions in version 2.0?

[ http://www.wired.com/beyond_the_beyond/2009/05/person-parking-an-urban-intervention/ ]http://www.wired.com/beyond_the_beyond/2009/05/person-parking-an-urban-intervention/

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How do we increase the number of people walking in any given city? Easy, just add more designated parking spaces for them. The group Springtime created these “Person Parking” spaces as a part of a design competition held in Milan.

From Springtime:

“Duepercinque is a design competition part of the Public Design Festival in Milan. The mission: develop a creative solution for a parking spot of 2×5 meter (due per cinque), returning it to the public domain in a positive way.”

Great idea for those long walks around the block, but can we add some cushions in version 2.0?

[ http://www.wired.com/beyond_the_beyond/2009/05/person-parking-an-urban-intervention/ ]http://www.wired.com/beyond_the_beyond/2009/05/person-parking-an-urban-intervention/

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