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Ventilate

Ventilate

04:57 pm, by cultofthefirefly



architizer:

Writer’s Shed by Weston Surman & Deane Architecture is conceived as a haven within the city. Read more. 

architizer:

Writer’s Shed by Weston Surman & Deane Architecture is conceived as a haven within the city. Read more

08:11 pm, reblogged from Architizer by cultofthefirefly396 notes

fastcodesign:

Let 360 degrees of hashtags, notifications, and updates swallow you whole. - What It’d Be Like To Step Inside Your Twitter Feed

fastcodesign:

Let 360 degrees of hashtags, notifications, and updates swallow you whole.What It’d Be Like To Step Inside Your Twitter Feed

08:57 pm, reblogged from Tumbling Tama by cultofthefirefly542 notes

10:09 pm, by cultofthefirefly1 note

ganzeerism:

WALLS OF FREEDOM is OUT NOW!!

This book is a crowd-sourced and crowd-funded collaboration of 100 Photographers, 50 Artists and 20 Authors. 

WALLS OF FREEDOM is a powerful portrayal of the first three years of the Egyptian revolution that began on January 25, 2011.The story is told through striking images of art that transformed Egypt’s walls into a visual testimony of bravery and resistance. Created in close collaboration with artists on the frontlines of the battle, the book documents how they converted the streets into a dynamic newspaper of the people, providing a much needed alternative to the propaganda-fueled media. 

Hardcover 28,5 x 21cm
268 full color pages
ca. 750 photos & illustrations
English edition
ISBN Hardcover 978-3-937946-47-4

Order it here: http://fromheretofame.com/books/wof.html

09:31 am, reblogged from Ganzeer by cultofthefirefly5 notes

architizer:

Scholar’s Library by GLUCK+. Read more.

09:44 pm, reblogged from Architizer by cultofthefirefly704 notes

07:55 pm, reblogged from Tumbling Tama by cultofthefirefly5 notes

new-aesthetic:

Default commands in Google Glass:

  1. listen to
  2. take a note
  3. post an update
  4. show a compass
  5. start a run
  6. start a bike ride
  7. find a recipe
  8. record a recipe
  9. check me in
  10. start a stopwatch
  11. start a timer
  12. start a round of golf
  13. translate this
  14. learn a song
  15. tune an instrument
  16. play a game
  17. start a workout
10:10 pm, reblogged from The New Aesthetic by cultofthefirefly73 notes



pewinternet:

The first ever Pew Internet tweet.
Tomorrow is the 8th anniversary of the first tweet, tweeted by Twitter founder Jack Dorsey on March 21, 2006 (https://blog.twitter.com/2014/on-twitters-8th-birthday-find-your-first-tweet).
Around the time Twitter was launched, only 16% of online adults used social media (http://pewrsr.ch/1iPluZe). A little over 4 years later, we asked our first stand-alone question on Twitter usage, and found that 8% of online adults used Twitter (http://pewrsr.ch/1m8sqoW). As of September 2013, 18% of online adults use Twitter, and 73% of online adults use a social network of some kind. (http://pewrsr.ch/1iPfCiG).
Take a look at your first tweet using  http://first-tweets.com/. It’s interesting to think about how Twitter has transformed into breaking news, professional social networks, communities, brands, etc. And now Pew Internet is even using Twitter to study Twitter: http://pewrsr.ch/1oWq6Am (#SoMeta)
What was your first tweet?

pewinternet:

The first ever Pew Internet tweet.

Tomorrow is the 8th anniversary of the first tweet, tweeted by Twitter founder Jack Dorsey on March 21, 2006 (https://blog.twitter.com/2014/on-twitters-8th-birthday-find-your-first-tweet).

Around the time Twitter was launched, only 16% of online adults used social media (http://pewrsr.ch/1iPluZe). A little over 4 years later, we asked our first stand-alone question on Twitter usage, and found that 8% of online adults used Twitter (http://pewrsr.ch/1m8sqoW). As of September 2013, 18% of online adults use Twitter, and 73% of online adults use a social network of some kind. (http://pewrsr.ch/1iPfCiG).

Take a look at your first tweet using  http://first-tweets.com/. It’s interesting to think about how Twitter has transformed into breaking news, professional social networks, communities, brands, etc. And now Pew Internet is even using Twitter to study Twitter: http://pewrsr.ch/1oWq6Am (#SoMeta)

What was your first tweet?

09:49 pm, reblogged from Pew Internet by cultofthefirefly10 notes

thisbigcity:

You can walk, or you can take public transport. But for millions of people in Bangkok, the car is the only option. 

We take a look at the reasons behind the city’s evolving transport culture in our new post

09:44 pm, reblogged from ideas for cities by cultofthefirefly71 notes

Alfred North Whitehead’s process philosophy explained. 

'Sorry about overturning your scientific paradigm'

'No worries, some day I will have my revenge'…

12:41 pm, by cultofthefirefly1 note

adventuresofttelracs:

Ah, yes, the fedora.

12:14 pm, reblogged from Fighting 8-bit dragons by cultofthefirefly91 notes

philosophyandtheory:

Bruno Latour - The Whole is Always Smaller than the Parts - What Digital Media do to Social Theory

07:11 pm, reblogged from Philosophy & Theory by cultofthefirefly1 note



pewresearch:

See more predictions for the Web in 2025 in our new report. 

pewresearch:

See more predictions for the Web in 2025 in our new report. 

07:39 pm, reblogged from Tumbling Tama by cultofthefirefly69 notes