360 Degree Thinking
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SUBMISSION: Travel necessities for Alaska,
www.trevorgordonarts.com

thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION: Travel necessities for Alaska,

www.trevorgordonarts.com

explore-blog:

Word.

explore-blog:

Word.

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What Hans Christian Andersen looks like with the silent letters taken out – an experiment in the plasticity of language in a visual interpretation of silent letters within Danish, English and French.

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Above the level of a railway guide, no book is quite free from aesthetic considerations.
George Orwell (via explore-blog)
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Alice in Wonderland pop-up book – cult-classic storytelling meets remarkable paper engineering

explore-blog:

Alice in Wonderland pop-up book – cult-classic storytelling meets remarkable paper engineering

Today, what you want is you want to have resilience and agility, and you want to be able to participate in, and interact with the disruptive things. Everybody loves the word ‘disruptive innovation.’ Well, how does, and where does disruptive innovation happen? It doesn’t happen in the big planned R&D labs; it happens on the edges of the network. Most important ideas, especially in the consumer Internet space, but more and more now in other things like hardware and biotech, you’re finding it happening around the edges.
MIT Media Lab Director Joi Ito on innovation on the edges. Also see the untold story of MIT Media Lab. (via explore-blog)