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Kids like to make believe, but public playgrounds rarely cater to that desire.
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Ever feel overwhelmed by industry jargon? You’re not alone. In our next Best of 2013 blog post, Hillary Danz breaks IBM PureSystems down to
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Great maps were everywhere in 2013. Some seemed destined to go viral. Some were stunning to see. Others had noble intentions and interesting
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Our first matchup is between two projections that are well known among carto-geeks, but only get limited, sporadic attention from the public
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Something unsurprising happens when you task two star designers to curate a catalog of their favorite objects: You end up with a collection
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Mapping projects can help the planet by revealing the geography of its intractable problems. WIRED · Gear · Gadget Lab · Monitor Your Digita
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If sorrow were a landscape, here's how it would look from a cruising altitude of 30000 feet. This graphic maps the global cost of early mort
Sync Google Calendar with your iOS device - Calendar Help
CalDAV is an internet standard that’s used to sync Google Calendar with your Apple iOS devices (including iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch) and
How a Radical New Teaching Method Could Unleash a Generation of Geniuses...
Students in Matamoros, Mexico weren't getting much out of school -- until a radical new teaching method unlocked their potential.
Watch: This Brilliant Lego Calendar Syncs With Google | Wired Design | W...
A wall-sized calendar made entirely of LEGO that syncs with Google automatically via smartphone screenshots.
Dear Airlines: This Is What Your Boarding Passes Should Look Like | Wire...
Adam Glynn-Finnegan, a designer for Evernote, wondered what a more useful, more humane boarding pass might look like. Oh merciful airline go
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Designers are working on their most ambitious challenge yet: weaving the digital world into our everyday lives so seamlessly that we don't e
101 Signals: The 18 People Who Will Tell You Everything You Need to Know...
To paraphrase Steve Jobs, design isn’t just what it looks like. It’s how it works. These sources break down the way design works--what’s com