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Schneier: NSA Surveillance undermines case for US Governance of the Internet

"We can't fight for Internet freedom around the world, then turn around and destroy it back home. Even if we don't see the contradiction, the rest of the world does."
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Imagine if you could never read another comic—if all of the sudden the pages of your DC Comic books turned into blank, smooth pieces of paper....
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The modern photographer must rely on digital formats in order stay relevant. Film has become oversha...
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Nice article by +Quartz on mapping the 29 worlds largest bike-sharing programs.
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Apple reveals the manifesto behind their post-Steve Jobs design ethos.

http://www.psfk.com/2013/06/apple-design-manifesto.html

#apple   #design   #stevejobs   #ios7   #jonyive  
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Future Fashion on Changeist
The most recent issue of The Next Web magazine features a few words from me on why fashion of the future has historically been shown to be drab and monotonous, and why this won't actually be the case: "Historical depictions of the future do always seem to forecast a frightening sameness to what we will be wearing—dull or shiny uniforms, with very similar fabrics, cuts and patterns, for example. Even if they don’t show jumpsuits or space su...
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"You're here to see gaps and to act upon them."
 
How do the most creative people work Bryan Cranston Kendrick Lamar Max Levchin and other creatively supercharged folks share their methods.
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We love Narratively's slow journalism and their feature 'The Past is Present' with 'Eskimo Goggles on East 75th'

http://www.anothersomething.org/2013/05/30/narratively-the-past-is-present/
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