Ed Halter On The Art Of Guthrie Lonergan: The Artforum cover story that explores the confusing relationship between net art and contemporary art.
The Rise Of “Realvertising” And How To Make It: Eight essential rules on brand authenticity in the modern world. Ultimately, does your idea have the power to start a conversation- is it a spark?
How Cultures Around The World Make Decisions: Americans prefer to have as many choices as possible, but what about the rest of the world?
Scientists Are More Creative Than You Might Imagine: “The greatest scientists are artists as well” – Albert Einstein. How do scientists balance logic with creativity? This article covers how scientists tap right brain thinking with various creative processes.
Kitestring: A web app that checks up on you and alerts your friends if you don’t respond.
Grouper: A Tinder-like interface for making friends and meeting interesting people.
Device Zaps Your Brain To Change Your Mood: The Thync uses sends ultrasound waves to your brain that triggers a mood change, such as calmness or alertness.
A Typeface Designed To Help Dyslexics Read: A free, Dutch-designed typeface that makes reading more clear for dyslexics.
Cymatics: New Music Video For Nigel Stanford Merges Music And Science Experiments: A music video utilizing science experiments that visualize sound.
Nintendo 64 Game Mod Purposely Glitches Appearance For New Experience: Video game hacker Kaze Emanuar started a low-fi trend by unleashing Super Mario 64: Chaos Edition. He created a hack that randomly patches code into the games memory while running. Internet Art ensues.
Jason Farrell is the CTO/Co-founder of Use All Five.
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