Monthly Archives: March 2011

Satisfy Your Love of Language with the Word Project: Obscure Words in Bricolage

The Word Project: Obscure Words in Bricolage By Maria Popova What avian resemblance has to do with the study of soil and the irresistible urge to dance. We love words and language, especially artful intersections of lingolove and design. Earlier … Continue reading

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Google Adds Own ‘Like’ Button in Foray Into Social Search

Google is adding its take on the “like” button — which it is calling the “plus-one” — in its latest bid to make search more social, as well as combat the growing dominance of Facebook. Google’s plus-one icon –> Starting … Continue reading

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News Logos Affect Viewer Bias

Two PhD candidates in the University of Michigan’s Communication Studies program recently published a paper exploring the effect of brand identity on viewers’ perceptions of bias in the news. Curious about the resistance with which Al Jazeera English was faced … Continue reading

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a long time ago something existed that was not defined by name or known in its form. It blocked the sky and the earth

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The Photography of Laurence Demaison

via laurencedemaison.com Demaison’s work consists solely of photos of herself (we hesitate to use the term “self-portrait” since the artist rejects this categorization and we’re inclined to agree with this decision). Truly, the distortion and dissimulation of her bodily form … Continue reading

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John Legend Covers Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep”

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Charlotte Ballesteros + Hubert Marot

       

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