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Pratt's "Coded Couture" Goes Beyond Wearables And 3-D Printing In High-Tech Fashion

The exhibition is about how coding can take personalization to the extreme, curator Ginger Gregg Duggan says. Innovation within the fashion world has yielded some wildly inventive things: generative textile prints, statuesque kicks, and wearables that give you superpowers. Show More Summary

Instagram is making a move on one of Snapchat's best features (FB)

Instagram is moving to become a more real-time social network by launching a curated live feed of events, such as Halloween, Re/Code reports. Users in the US who opened the app on Saturday were prompted to "Watch Halloween's Best Videos."...Show More Summary

CodeMyUI curates Free Code Snippets for Web Projects

CodeMyUI is an interesting project that catalogs open source code snippets from around the web. Its primary focus is on frontend code that often pushes the boundaries of modern web development. HTML/CSS/JS code is now capable of doing lots of neat stuff. Show More Summary

THE PITCH: VuHaus - A View Into America's Most Vibrant Music Scenes

Music discovery is a code that many are trying to crack. VuHaus's approach is curation. From NYC's WFUV to LA's KCRW, some of the most influential public radio stations have joined together to share video of their best in studio music performances. In the latest in our ongoing series, here...

Costolo Says Twitter’s Future Is More Curation, Relevance And Media

Onstage at Code in Southern California this morning, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo fielded questions about whether he’d be keeping his job in the face of outside criticism and angst over the rate of user growth for Twitter. “The board and I are totally in sync,” Costolo said in response to a question about whether he’d have his job by the end of the year. “You have… Read More

For some inexplicable reason Twitter has reportedly held talks to acquire Flipboard (TWTR)

Twitter is trying to buy magazine-style article curation app Flipboard in an all-stock deal that would value the latter company at $1 billion, according to Re/code's Kara Swisher. Re/code's sources say the deal was pushed by Twitter's...Show More Summary

Cratejoy opens an online store for fans of subscription boxes

There are monthly deliveries of code projects for kids, curated hot sauces, hand-wound guitar strings, and, for the paranoid among you, survival gear.

Women’s restroom signs just became super awesome thanks to Tania...

Women’s restroom signs just became super awesome thanks to Tania Katan, artist, author, performer, and Curator of Code at Phoenix, AZ-based company Axosoft. Katan looked at the age-old silhouette and realized that it clearly depicts a caped superhero, not a lady in a dress: “This idea came out of belonging. Show More Summary

Cracking the Code to the Whitney’s Inaugural Show

On a recent afternoon, Scott Rothkopf, the Whitney's curator and associate director of programs, took some time off from the marathon of galas, previews, press conferences, luncheons, Michelle Obama visits, and black-tie donor-coddling bonanzas that accompanied the weeks-long opening of the Whitney Museum of American Art’s new downtown building —... More »

You'll Never Be Able to Unsee the Awesomeness of the 'Never a Dress' Campaign

7 months agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Prepare to have your minds blown. CANNOT UNSEE.— Jamie Kruger (@thekroog) April 29, 2015 This shifted perception of our surroundings is brought to you by Tania Katan, the curator of code for a tech company called Axosoft..@taniakatan...

GIF of the Day: Jacob Broms Engblom’s “Gold”

7 months agoArts : Art Fag City

Imagine it's 2009. Addressing "digital color" was still a new concern. In HTML Color Codes (2009), an online exhibition curated by Carolyn Kane for Rhizome, each digital artist was assigned a color to interpret in its vastness. KaneShow More Summary

Get $10 Off Passes to the First Ever Dwell on Design NY Show with Our Code

Dwell on Design NY, curated by the editors of Dwell magazine, debuts this week at 82 Mercer in SoHo, NY. Join 5,000 design elite as Dwell upends the standard ‘trade show’ format and creates a unique forum to engage, learn, inspire and connect in new and

Get $10 Off Passes to the First Ever Dwell on Design NY Show with Our Code

Dwell on Design NY, curated by the editors of Dwell magazine, debuts at 82 Mercer in SoHo, NY. Join 5,000 design elite as Dwell upends the standard ‘trade show’ format and creates a unique forum to engage, learn, inspire and connect in new and exciting

10 Wednesday AM Reads

This morning’s expertly curated reads, now with Apple Pay:(continues here): • Apple Is Back, Better Than Ever (NYT) see also It’s Tim Cook’s Apple Now (Re/Code) • Venture Firms Fret as Y Combinator Soars (Genius) • American stock holdings at 18-year low (Yahoo) but see Wall Street Bear Changes Course (Moneybeat) • A Look at...Read More

What Apple may spend $30M to buy “Pandora of talk radio” app Swell

Sources tell Re/Code that Apple is close to finalizing deal to buy Swell, a news and podcast curation app for $30 million. Billed by some as the “Pandora of talk radio,” Swell creates playlists drawing in content from iTunes, NPR, ESPN, and others that are personally tailored to users’ tastes. Show More Summary

Apple Close to Acquiring Radio Streaming Service Swell for $30 Million

Apple is close to acquiring talk radio curation service Swell for about $30 million, reports Re/code. Swell's iOS app launched last year and allows users to listen to streaming audio from iTunes, NPR, ABC, ESPN and others through a design...Show More Summary

Cue praises Beats curated playlists and headphones; Iovine disses Apple’s EarPods

It’s typical in any acquisition for both parties to sing the praises of their new partner, and Eddy Cue was certainly playing his part at the Re/code conference, saying that Beats’ curated playlists were a key strength and would help music grow again. As Mark Gurman reported in his Liveblog at Re/Code: Cue said Apple bought Beats because […]

Google urges artists to get coding for Digital Revolution exhibit in London

Google is hardly new to the art scene. But its latest project, a partnership with Barbican (home of the London Symphony Orchestra), actually has it helping curate an exhibit of what it calls DevArt -- interactive installations built around...

Report: Facebook Hiring Editors for Secret Mobile Newsreader App

Facebook has been on the prowl for editors to curate its Flipboard-like mobile news aggregator, according to a report from Re/code. The editors would be tasked with hand picking the best stories for a variety of topics that will then be presented to readers, a marked change from Facebook's previous reliance on algorithms, Re/code reported. Show More Summary

Coding a Magazine-Style Blog Post Layout with CSS3 Effects

Average weblogs have slowly been transformed into content-packed online magazines. Over the past 5 years I have noticed a rise in digital magazines curating their posts online instead of print. One early example would be Mashable but today there are hundreds of different sites. Show More Summary

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