Those of us who had our adolescence peppered with the invention of the x86 processor, who gamed away our grade-school years on the Atari 2600 and watched Nintendo become the new heavy-weight champ of the console world with the invention of the original NES – we have spent the majority of our teen and young […]
Check out Stephen Coles write-up on Fonts In Use about this awesome ad for EF International Language Centers, which does an amazing job of using type to convey emotion, feeling, culture, and language. EF – Live The Language – Paris from Albin Holmqvist on Vimeo. Also see Barcelona, London, and Beijing. As Mr. Coles points out, […]
A little birdie that tells me everything. Herbert has since disappeared. I wish him the best in his new life.
I have medically diagnosed “Adult ADHD.” But I can tell you pretty definitively it’s really just plain ADHD, and I’ve had it all my life. As a quick note, medically speaking, there is no more ADD – just ADHD (I have no idea why they did away with the differentiation) – even though I’m hardly […]
So cool to stare at a stone carving that a person held in their hands 25,000 years ago. Click for full version.
It’s functional, but it’s just beautiful!
http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/07102009/watch2.html Bill Moyers – who has been around for ages, and has interviewed all kinds of incredible people – a man who’s life work speaks for itself – recently interviewed Wendell Potter, a former CIGNA executive, who gives some actual insight in to why the industry so badly wants to kill healthcare reform. It’s not […]
(This is a recovered post from a while ago – my thoughts on SXSW 2008.) I’m flying back from my honeymoon in Italy. My new wife is sleeping next to me, I have six hours still left to fly, and I kid you not, they’re playing a rerun of Wheel Of Fortune on the movie […]