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A.D. 2088 and Antarctica’s Brutal Beauty

Take a look at some of the latest ideas, products, and visuals for the week of March 03 brought to you by our strategists, designers, and developers.

Ideas
Ladies & Gentlemen Of A.D. 2088: In 1988 Volkswagen approached a number of notable thinkers and asked them to write a letter to the future—some words of advice to those living in 2088 – including novelist Kurt Vonnegut.

How Technology Has Changed The Lives Of Undocumented Immigrants: In Jose Antonio Vargas’s new film, Documented, the journalist details his personal struggle living a public life in the U.S., but always in hiding.

How To Keep $16 Billion In Your Pocket: 1. Listen to social scientists. 2. Don’t reinvent sociology 101. 3. … 4. Keep $16 billion in your pocket

Jony, Jobs And Stories Of Selling: How Jony went about presenting to Steve Jobs and how that impacted what Apple products are designed and made.

Products
SurroundWeb: The product from Microsoft’s Research allows Web pages to display content across multiple surfaces in a room.

CarPlay: The program from Apple is described as a smarter, safer and more fun way to use iPhone in the car.

Oppia: An open source project with the goal of making it easy for anyone to create online interactive activities that others can learn from.

Visuals
Antarctica’s Brutal Beauty: In 1965, LIFE photographer Michael Rougier accompanied an expedition to the bottom of the world.

Wes Anderson’s Films In A Graphic Nutshell: Design problem-solver Ben Biondo created this super visual series recapping Wes Anderson’s films with a short synopsis of the film and some cool facts that include filming locations, budget, and opening weekend sales.

Inspiration Runs Deep: The next generation of underwater armor is now on view.


Levi Brooks is the CEO/Co-founder of Use All Five.
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