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At Work With: Ji-Young Ahn, Neon

I’ve been in Europe a lot recently and I always return with a copy of Neon – it’s such a refreshing, crisp example of editorial design and art direction.

in Wired

Rats Regret Making the Wrong Decision

David Redish and his graduate student Adam Steiner of the University of Minnesota didn’t set out to study if rats experience regret. They were looking at decision-making in rats.

in Slashdot

Sparse's Story Illustrates the Potholes Faced By Hardware Start-Ups

waderoush (1271548) writes "Hardware is Silicon Valley's new religion.

in swissmiss

Friday Link Pack

- Next time you look up into a starry sky, read this: The Fermi Paradox: Where the hell are the other earths? - Excited to read Weingart: The Man and the Machine.

in You the Designer

Fantastic Art and Where To Find Them Friday: 8-bit Inspired Paintings of Iconic Images

A series of paintings inspired by geometric abstraction, color field painting, and old-school digital graphics.

in Six Revisions

Exciting Improvements in WordPress 3.9

More than 200 changes were introduced in WordPress 3.9 (code name "Smith"). This is a discussion of some of the big changes.

in Wired

Google Needs Your Help Building Apps for Its All-Seeing Tablet

Google is calling on the world’s software developers to help it build software for the experimental 3-D-modeling tablet it calls Project Tango.

in Wired

Why the New Obamacare Website Is Going to Work This Time

The drama of the HealthCare.gov Ad Hoc team is now a modern tech fable: a small cadre of young geeks from Silicon Valley and President Obama’s election campaign parachute into the federal bureaucrac

in Wired

Explore Every 2014 World Cup Stadium With Google Street View

As long as you can imagine the sunshine on your face, cool breeze on your skin, and 64,000 screaming fans, exploring Brazil's World Cup stadiums on Google Maps is just like being there.

in Dezeen

Modulorbeat creates One Man Sauna inside a stacked concrete tower


in Dezeen

Israeli Pavilion uses "sand printers" to trace plans of urban sprawl


in Design Observer: Main Posts

OBlog: House Housing

Opening today is&nbsp;<a href="http://house-housing.com/" target="_blank">House Housing: An Untimely History of Architecture and Real Estate in Nineteen Episodes</a>&nbsp

in Dezeen

Critics give verdicts on Rem's Venice Architecture Biennale "without any architecture in sight"


in praegnanz.de

Krautreporter benötigen noch eure Unterstützung

Es wäre zu schade, wenn das Experiment bereits im Vorfeld scheitern würde, denn ich glaube, dass der deutschsprachige Journalismus das Krautreporte

in Slashdot

EFF Tells Court That the NSA Knowingly and Illegally Destroyed Evidence

An anonymous reader writes in with this latest bit of EFF vs NSA news.

in Slashdot

Inside Ford's 3D Printing Center Where More Than 20K Parts Are Made Each Year

Lucas123 (935744) writes 'Ford has been using 3D printing for rapid prototyping since the mid-1980s, but in recent years it has ramped up its efforts adding new machines and materials.

in Slashdot

NRC Human Spaceflight Report Says NASA Strategy Can't Get Humans To Mars

MarkWhittington (1084047) writes 'The National Research Council issued its report on the future of space exploration.

in You the Designer

Webdesign Wednesday – Virgin America Redesign reinvents Online Booking

Virgin America has changed up online booking for flights by revolutionsing online flight booking.

in swissmiss

Playing Card Deck by Debbie Millman

These limited edition playing cards designed by Debbie Millman made me look. Taking on every card as an empty canvas, Debbie Millman created 54 intimate works of art. Totally backing this. You?

in Boagworld

Manifesto for Digital Transformation

Convincing management of the need for organisational change is hard. This manifesto is perfect for showing them what needs to happen.

in You the Designer

Tutorial Tuesday – 10 Illustrator Tutorials For Beginners

This week in Tutorial Tuesday – we feature 10 easy Illustrator Tutorials for Beginners.

in magCulture

Overmatter: 03.06.14

I love the look of the new issue of Colors, taking on football as the World Cup arrives. We’ll have the issue in our shop shortly; meanwhile, Creative Review has more.

in Boagworld

Not every good writer can write for the web

Writing for the web has many unique challenges. Just because you can write well, does not mean you can write good web copy.

in Wired

WIRED Space Photo of the Day

[HTML1]Every day, we find another awesome photo of space for you. Open the gallery in full-screen for higher resolution and descriptions.

in Wired

Apple to Developers: We Love You, But We’ll Also Take You Down

This year’s keynote at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference was a shot fired directly at naysayers claiming that a lack of new hardware signals Apple’s decline.

in swissmiss

♥ / Edward Tufte, Presenting Data and Information, 1-day course

A big thank you to Edward Tufte for sponsoring this week’s RSS Feed.

in Slashdot

Amazon Confirms Hachette Spat Is To "Get a Better Deal"

tlhIngan (30335) writes "Last week we heard that Amazon was withdrawing Hachette books from its virtual shelves including allowing preorders of the new JK Rowling book.