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Oversharing and the Typography of 2001

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

Sharing Or Oversharing: We’re a culture obsessed with photographing and uploading every last moment, but an increasing amount of venues are saying “no” to the camera phone.

A Torrent Site Wants To Be The New Academic Library: A couple of US academics have proposed their own way of sharing research among themselves: they’re getting in on the torrenting game.

How Facebook Mastered The Art Of Survival: When a notable startup threatens Facebook, one of two things happens: Mark Zuckerberg will attempt to buy the company. Or he will threaten to destroy it.

Google Now In Chrome: A recently launched service that will contest parking tickets with minimal effort from the offender.

Facebook Paper: Facebook’s new standalone app Paper is now available for download on iOS to everyone in the US, and it’s more than just a content reader. Could it be a Facebook killer?

Outernet: An unrestricted, globally accessible cyberspace that’s available to everyone on Earth for free may seem too good to be true, but believe it or not, it is actually what the Outernet project is keen to accomplish.

The Typography Of 2001: A detailed look at a truly superb film experience with its clever use of fonts in order to create a plausible look and feel of a fantastic future.

Al Pacino And The 1980s: A journey back through Pacino’s decade of intriguing acting choices, qualified failures and surprising detours.

Brutalist Architecture: Solid, linear, concrete blocks are the prime characteristics of brutalist architecture, a style which thrived between the 1950s and 1970s.

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