Running Up That Hill Documentary

Thanks to Stereogum for the heads up.

More Sci-Fi UI: Terminator Salvation

Terminator Salvation – “Skynet UI/UX” from MN8 / Jake Sargeant on Vimeo.

Guardians of the Galaxy UI Reel

Guardians of The Galaxy UI Reel from Territory on Vimeo.

In Defense of Being Angry at Work

“A series of studies highlighted in Human Relations journal (pdf) suggest that expressing anger in the workplace can actually lead to more people acknowledging a problem and getting it fixed. One study the authors highlighted found that negative emotional events in the workplace had a positive outcome 70% of the time. This doesn’t mean it’s bad to express positive feelings at work—those led to positive outcomes 94% of the time—it just means that a negative emotion doesn’t always lead to a negative outcome.”


Offline First

In his presentation at Breaking Development in Nashville TN, John Allsopp talked about making use of offline technologies to improve experiences on the Web.

Here are Luke W’s notes from his talk.

No Shit: Brainwave Meditation Lotus


The Lotus blooms when you’re relaxed.

Dashiell Hammett Tour


My son is named for (though spelled differently) Dashiell Hammett. I didn’t know this tour existed until today, it makes me quite happy. If you are interested in the best mystery writing around, check him out. If you’re interested in how American writers led the charge in post-war politics, read on. Brilliant man.



Sixth Century Jerusalem

Jerusalem on how would have looked in between the years 542 and 570.


Shelly Mosman’s “Animal Child” Series


More by Shelly Mosman

Tumblr: Use Sparingly


Love this Tumblr decoding popular workplace jargon. Use Sparingly.

Jay Fletcher Design




Jay Fletcher Design

MGM’s Irv Spence Kept a Cartoon Diary in 1944

December 21, 1944

This series is delightful.

Erden Ergaz’s Wonderful Illustrations


Ergaz is an artist based in Instanbul, and these dystoptian illustrations are simply wonderful. Most works depict the collision of human life with technological or supernatural elements.



Victoria Siemer’s “Human Error”


Loving the digital-era self-help simplicity of Siemer’s Human Error series.


Shitty Watercolour


Love his work, a 19 year old from the UK. Go browse all of it. Shitty Watercolour.

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