The World’s Most Ancient Trees
British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014
Weather Man by Evgenia Arbugaeva
STREET by James Nares
Jerry Seinfeld’s Clio Acceptance Speech
This is a brilliant. He makes the whole room laugh while delivering some unvarnished truth to the advertising industry (via Laughing Squid)
Sebastião Salgado’s “Genesis”
Sebastião Salgado’s “Genesis” | PDN Photo of the Day – If you’re in New York, please try to see this exhibition at the International Center of Photography before it finishes in January. I went last year when it was at the Natural History Museum in London and it was truly sublime.
Takehito Miyatake at Spoon & Tamago
So Twitter ate everyone’s blogging, mine included. I’ve quietly been using this site as a private bookmarking stash, drafting links to things I found interesting with the intent of tidying them up and publishing later. But, of course, the longer that went on the harder it became to go through and tidy each small post, making it fit to share with the world. So I’m just going to dump the lot now and perhaps go back through and edit in public. Have a look through the Linked List, maybe you’ll find something of interest.
Wood Casting by Hilla Shamia: Molten Aluminium and Charred Wood Furniture – Homeli
The Marshall Project continues to provide insightful commentary on American justice. Recommended reading.
Amazon’s Echo Chamber – Dustin Curtis pulls no punches in his critique of Amazon’s hardware strategy, and he’s not wrong.
What You Need to Know About WireLurker – respected security researcher Jonathan Zdziarski explains the details of WireLurker, a new OS X trojan found circulating in a number of Chinese warez distributions that’s particularly interesting because it attacks any USB-connected iOS devices, jailbroken or otherwise.
No, Spotify isn't paying more to artists than iTunes in Europe (yet) – Ian Betteridge picks apart the misleading stories going around, post- Taylor Swift’s label pulling her music from Spotify
How I created two images with the same MD5 hash – impressive demonstration by Nat McHugh, showing that what once took nation state level resources can now be performed on an Amazon Web Services GPU instance for 65 cents. If it wasn’t clear before, it should be now: MD5 as a secure hash is well and truly dead.