Archive for Design
Hektor Draws a Landscape from Jürg Lehni on Vimeo.
Scrap-booking is definitely a hands-on kind of craft. But unlike sewing, or knitting and most other crafts, scrap-booking is actually finding it’s way into the virtual world, and it’s an interesting space to explore. Below are a few links to sites I found that have different approaches to online scrap-booking. Some are all about embellishments [...]
Moo is an online printing service which came to fame due to it’s relationship with flickr and those ever so cute MiniCards of theirs! It was almost two years ago that I first laid eyes on those MiniCards and I swore I would get some of my own, alas I am not a huge life-caster [...]
I don’t recall where I found the original link to this site but Wordle.net is a neat little Java App that reads a site’s RSS feed and dynamically generates these interesting text treatment. They remind me of early 20th Century Bauhaus typography.
The only reason I’m familiar with Twitter: My Tiny Jesus
Invest your money and your time – OLPC Foundation Recent article published at BBC.com announces Intel’s withdrawal from the OLPC effort due to conflict of interest.
While surfing to see what was available in the ‘logo’ development world for our kids, Mark stumbled upon this great little toy, he’s called the Bee-Bot. For ordering info visit terrapinlogo.com
…entities should not be multiplied beyond necessity. – William of Ockham