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
Under the Shadow of the Drone
Real Photo Postcards
How to apply for a licence to use an orphan work – a big day for the UK copyright & IP industry. The large players have lobbied hard to try to convince the average creative types (photographers, musicians, etc.) to be against this, but it’s fundamentally a good thing and goes at least some way to addressing one of the major problems of copyright: namely its duration is now so long that after a time, for a significant number of works, the creator/rights-holder cannot be found. It’s worth mentioning the new (1st Oct 2014) exceptions to UK copyright, too.
Leaving Pixels Behind – a very useful presentation by Todd Parker explaining how to use SVG graphics on the web
The OS X 10.10 Ars Technica Review – the canonical 45,000 word OS review by John Siracusa. Worth it if you have the time, though.
The OS X 10.10 Six Colors Review – Jason Snell’s take
The OS X 10.10 512 Pixels Review – by Stephen Hackett
The New Yorker’s First Animated GIF Cover – Christoph Niemann’s Rainy Day