This video by Marco Brambilla is just amazing, BUT due to what I can only assume is Steve Jobs’ fault (snicker), the video controls are not visible. So use the instructions below: PLAY=”double-click” PAUSE=”click”
So either by accident or by design, Herb Tam, Lauren Rosati, Papo Colo and Jeanette Ingberman have created what is probably the most computer-friendly exhibition I have seen without plugging in anything more that a couple of light bulbs.
This is a panel where one of my favorite artists, Ai WeiWei, participated along with Twitter’s founder. I never thought I’d come to respect or be interested in anything that had to do with Twitter. I have to say it’s great to be proven wrong every now and then..!
[From Gawker] – “When you create a marker on Google Maps, you could be revealing the most popular religious and sexual habits in your local region. At least, that’s what a group of social geographers demonstrated with their “sex and religion” map. A group of three geographers who research internet map data did an exhaustive […]
OK. I’m trying to keep politics to a minimum in here. Not because I’m shy about expressing my opinion, but because they have become one stinking pile of cheap theatrical gimmickry. But I have to wonder what in the world were these people thinking when they nominated Coakley to replace Ted Kennedy? I mean, she […]
Doga icin cal ! / Divane Asik Gibi My friend Nimet shared this video with me. I’ve always been a fan of Turkish music and this song is amazing. Each singer comes from a different region in Turkey (i.e. Anatolia, Istanbul, Sinop, etc.). Each region of Turkey has a very distinct style and may be […]