What happens when we create an interface: 1 mind builds a way for other minds to interact with a thing - Reichenstein http://t.co/MctJaSIk7H— Stowe Boyd (@stoweboyd) September 2, 2014
Beautiful! Possible prototype to the Lulu model Nymph.
Magazines in the future
Design should not dominate things, should not dominate people. It should help people. That’s its role. —
*Half of the USA population lives in those blue patches.
*If California runs out of water during the ongoing mega-drought, it’s gonna get tough.
*Also, as the seas rise, Florida will be missed.
The world you take for granted everyday is being aggressively designed for you by people who don’t know you.
The potential of design in supporting social and personal action resides in the democratic nature of its process. Design is good for defining a vision and then crafting a plan or roadmap to guide the realization of this vision. Visions with clear paths of implementation provide a beacon for us to collaborate efficiently and optimistically on large projects. —
Jason Severs, via
We can be knowledgeable with other men’s knowledge, but we can’t be wise with other men’s wisdom. —
Michel de Montaigne
MSN Messenger is finally shutting down after 15 years
Top 3. Starting this project on Twitter introduced me to the great thinking of @stoweboyd http://ift.tt/1ppPJfh— Joe Morse (@eyedropdaily) August 29, 2014
When it comes right down to it, it doesn’t take much more than common sense or a basic grasp of the social sciences to understand that what we say on Facebook is a biased representation of how we feel, and that this bias seriously limits what we can learn from the Facebook experiment, as designed — Galen Panger, Why the Facebook Experiment is Lousy Social Science — Medium (via nathanjurgenson)