Millennial Searchers: Millennials appear to be more interested in living lives defined by meaning than by what some would call happiness.
What’s Next For Art In The Digital Age: Fine art and technology — where these two disciplines touch – is a fascinating arena, as it opens up a plethora of ideas about what art is, how we exchange it, who makes money from it, and how we experience it.
No, No, Nine-Ettes: The 90s-nostalgia boomlet that blossomed last year—online, across the cable dial, and in the fashion pages—says as much about the future as it does about the decade of Seinfeld and the Starr Report, of Gingrich and grunge.
30 Is the Ceiling for How Many Apps People Use: Younger people spend more time on apps and use more of them each month, though there seems to be a ceiling to how many people ultimately will use.
Awkward: With this app you can now record a 10-second video confession and share it anonymously with the Awkward community and your friends. The twist: You can decide how much blur you need.
Ramps: An app that can help you decode complicated menus and recipes or discover new and interesting ingredients to cook with.
Zocalo: A fully managed, secure enterprise storage and sharing service with strong administrative controls and feedback capabilities that improve user productivity.
European Bus Designs: The work by Taylor Holland is dedicated to the anonymous designers of European tour bus graphics, who have embraced an underappreciated art space and made it their own.
Core: The new video for RL Grime by David Rudnick & Daniel Swan, full of dystopian helicopters and “critical” alerts, that you need to see.
Michael Willis: An English graphic artist and desinger blurring the boundaries between art, fashion, media and image making.
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