We started running online learning modules in response to the growing need for people to learn how both the technical and social structures of the web work. Open, online learning can activate and inspire people, and we’ve been trying to … Continue reading
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inFORM — Stunning development by MIT’s Media Lab allows the digital manipulation of real objects using a Kinect sensor and a motorized board. Should I use a carousel? — No, you shouldn’t.
Double exposures — Mashable created a nice collection of Instagram double exposures. API Commons — An open, non-profit registry for developers to share and reuse API specifications, interfaces and data models. PyData videos — A collection of videos from PyData’s … Continue reading
Touch Board — Transform touch into sound with this unbelievably cool, open source, Arduino-compatible device. The possibilities are endless. Big brother bundle — A collection of big brother-themed games, graphic novels, documentaries, music and books curated by Wikileaks’ Daniel Domscheit-Berg. … Continue reading
Happy Ada Lovelace Day! — Celebrate the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and math. Cloudpaint — Because we will never get enough of MacPaint.
Bisous les copains — Wonderful gifs from French artist Guillaume Kirkdjian. Support free software — Richard Stallman’s impassioned Wired article on why we must win control of all the software we use.
Firefox fright — Was it the gumboots? Robot friends — Who needs human friends when you can hang out with these robots?
Hackable Excel art — 73-year old Tatsuo Horiuchi uses Excel to create his art because it’s “easier to use than [Microsoft] Paint.” Download and hack his beautiful spreadsheets. The internet: not a series of tubes — Don’t Fear the Internet … Continue reading
Procatinator — What do you get when you pair cat gifs with music? 30 minutes lost from your day.