Digital Star Chambers Algorithms are producing profiles of you. What do they say? You probably don’t have the right to know.
Library Of The Printed Web: Paul Soulellis makes art out of the internet.
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How An Antiquarian Horologist Brings Tiny Machines Back To Life: The minutiae of restoring 18th-century technology.
Data Selfie: A new Chrome extension reveals the unsettling amount of information the company might have on you.
Sewbo: A machine that can sew an entire garment.
Vuzix: A pair of augmented reality smartglassesthat will be thin enough to wear comfortably.
The Pull Of Hockney’s Pool Paintings: David Hockney found his great inspiration in the backyards of California, spurring on his own technical experiments and influencing generations of artists.
Beyond Brutalism: We find ourselves now in a specific moment, witnessing a shift in the evolving idea of what a building can mean. This flux evidences the malleability of cement.
Open Access At The Met: As of today, all images of public-domain works in The Met collection are available under Creative Commons Zero (CC0).