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Pirate Bay Co-Founder Peter Sunde Arrested In Sweden

An anonymous reader writes "Peter Sunde was arrested today in a police raid in southern Sweden.

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The Poster Project of Baron Fig

12 artists. 12 inspirational quotes. 12 wickedly beautiful posters.

in Smashing Magazine

Are You Prepared Against A Hack?

in magCulture

Overmatter: 30.05.14

Behind the scenes of the new Guardian iOS and Android apps, ‘The new app is the foundation for our future in apps – it’ll keep getting better.’ Scotlands’ MagFest returns for a third yea

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Out now: Kenzine

Kenzine is a limited edition magazine created by the same creative team – Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari – as Toilet Paper, a recent Magazine of the Week here.

in Wired

Snowden’s Crypto Software May Be Tainted Forever

TrueCrypt is now tainted in a way that may be permanent.

in Wired

SpaceX Unveils New Space Taxi for Astronauts

SpaceX will unveil the Dragon V2, its new spaceship that will be able to carry astronauts to and from the International Space Station, tonight at 7 p.m. Pacific.

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Reading Rainbow Is Coming Back Thanks to $2M From Kickstarter

Reading Rainbow is coming back.

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

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

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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.

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Hunt Intensifies For Aliens On Kepler's Planets

astroengine (1577233) writes "Could ET be chatting with colleagues or robots on sister planets in its solar system?

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Microsoft Demos Real-Time Translation Over Skype

Z80xxc! (1111479) writes "Today at the first annual Code Conference, Microsoft demonstrated its new real-time translation in Skype publicly for the first time.

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Photojojo Human Sized Prints

Photojojo now offers Human Sized Prints made on industrial printers typically used for architectural and engineering work. That’s why they call them Engineer Prints.

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Enamel Pin Correspondence Set

City of Industry has been launching new pins. Love them all.

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Wanted: CreativeMornings Design Intern

Team CreativeMornings is looking for a paid summer design intern.

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50 Ways to Get a Job

50 Ways to Get a Job is the brainchild of Dev Aujila, co-author of Making Good. The site breaks down your job hunt into actionable to-do items. Smart. (Thanks Jerri)

in Smashing Magazine

Streamlining Mobile Interactions

in You the Designer

Digital Artist Creates Adorable Redesigned Pokemon Characters

We’ve seen a lot of fan-art tributes to Pokemon characters but nothing as adorable as …

in You the Designer

10 Things We’ve Learned From Massimo Vignelli

Rest in peace, Massimo Vignelli. It comes at me with great sadness to report the …

in You the Designer

Tutorial Tuesday – Bob Dylan Poster Tutorial

Hey Creatives, this Tuesday – YouTheDesigner brings you a Bob Dylan Poster Tutorial.

in You the Designer

Macabre and Beautifully Grotesque Chinese Zodiac

The Chinese Zodiac with female figures as bodies.

in Boagworld

Joined up engagement

With so many ways to engage with users from social media to email and blogging, we must ensure we are communicating in a consistent way.

in magCulture

At Work With: Thomas Alberty, New York

New York is a rare example of a magazine that has successfully spanned several decades to remain as vital, if not more vital, then ever.

in Wired

World Health Organization Drafting Global Plan on Drug Resistance. Is That Enough?

The annual World Health Assembly — the meeting of representatives of the 194 countries that belong to the World Health Organization — ended Saturday.

in Dezeen

Next Office covers house near Tehran in a curved concrete facade


in Design Observer: Main Posts

Debbie Millman: Dani Shapiro

On this episode of Design Matters with Debbie Miillman, Debbie talks to writer Dani Shapiro about being raised an Orthodox Jew, about being vulnerable in her work, and about writing her way out of an

in Design Observer: Main Posts

Rob Walker: Pleasing documentation of design that's both classic, and dubious.

Brenda Biondo's photographs of mid-century playgrounds document the classic, the dangerous, and the nostalgic.

in You the Designer

Would You Take It? Axe’s Pheromones Infused Business Cards

Looks like Axe is pulling a new stunt and this one doesn’t involve a hundred …

in magCulture

D&AD Pencil winners

Congratulations to the two magazine winners at last nights D&AD Awards night in London.

in Dezeen

Whiting Architects adds utilitarian extension to Melbourne residence


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Letterpress in Berlin

Letterpress printing at P98a from erik spiekermann on Vimeo. The workshop is almost ready.

in Design Observer: Main Posts

Véronique Vienne: Image Making, Reclaimed

Etienne Hervy, art director of the International Graphic Design Festival in Chaumont, France, asked a painter, not a graphic designer, to create a pair of poste

in You the Designer

You! Be Informed! – #0063 – Metropolitan Museum of Art releases 400,000 works online

It’s a good day to be a art history nerd. The Metropolitan Museum of has …

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Mesmerizing

Totally mesmerized by this animated gif. (via)

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Two Options

It seems so simple.

in You the Designer

Typography In Motion

Typography, the art of creating, combining, and arranging type, has seen innovation over the years. …

in Boagworld

Higher Education & Digital Transformation

Having worked with over 30 higher education institutions I have come to consider myself a part of the sector. I have battled with the same challenges.

in Web Designer Wall

Themify Icons: iOS7 Inspired Icon Set

Are you looking for an alternative for Font Awesome? I have a good news for you!

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Congress Unhappy With FCC's Proposed Changes To Net Neutrality

Presto Vivace writes with news that the FCC's suggested net neutrality rules are facing opposition in Congress.

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Wolfenstein: The New Order Launches

Back in 1992, Wolfenstein 3D helped kick off the fledgling FPS genre. Today, the saga continues with Wolfenstein: the New Order.

in Slashdot

Why Lavabit Shut Down

An anonymous reader writes "Ladar Levison, founder of the encrypted email service Lavabit that shut down last year because of friction with U.S.

in You the Designer

Tutorial Tuesday – Ribbon Typography Tutorial

Today on Tutorial Tuesday, we teach you an easy way to achieve a ribbon typography …

in Boagworld

10 ways to stop your social media updates being a news snooze

Social media is not a channel for broadcasting. Rather use it to engage. There is no shortages of material making that possible.

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The Best Commencement Speeches, Ever

Some fine folks over at NPR hand-picked over 300 commencement speeches going back to 1774. Search by name, school, date or theme. I want to hug the person responsible for this. Go listen! (via Liz)

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Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe

In this brand new TED Talk Simon Sinek asks: What makes a great leader? He suggests it’s someone who makes their employees feel secure, who draws staffers into a circle of trust.

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Seth Godin in conversation with Debbie Millman

At the 2014 HOW conference, Debbie Millman, host of interview show Design Matters sat down with Seth Godin to discuss courage, anxiety, change, creative integrity, and why he got thrown out of Milton

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SlideRunner

This SlideRunner takes an indoor staircase into a giant slide. Amazing, right? (via)

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KidCam

My kids *love* taking photos with my iphone, which results in thousands of shots cluttering up my library. KidCam is about to solve that.

in magCulture

At Work With: Alexander Scholz, HOLO

We have a slightly late start to the week as we join Berlin-based Alexander Scholz, creative director of new magazine HOLO, as he heads of to New York for their US launch.

in Wired

Why Google Wants to Be a Gaming Company So Badly

Google is turning into more of a gaming company.

in Wired

The AT&T-DirecTV Merger Could Be Bad News for a Free Internet

We’re moving toward a world where only a handful of companies control our television, phone, and internet services.

in Wired

What Television Will Look Like in 2025, According to Netflix

Say goodbye to endlessly surfing through Netflix to find the show you want to watch.

in Dezeen

Tadao Ando's Casa Monterrey nestles against a hillside in Mexico


in Design Observer: Main Posts

OBlog: More Botany

Avery Thatcher is one of the emerging designers from the oft-lauded creative class in Portland, Oregon.