Bill Murray recently sat down for a conversation with Dazed Digital and, like all Bill Murray interviews, the entire thing is worth a read. But the highlight comes when Murray opens up about his love for champagne. Specifically, theShow More Summary
We use encryption all the time, whether we acknowledge it or not. We sign into email accounts, buy things with credit cards through Amazon, and otherwise transmit sensitive data over the Internet. While classical math-based methods of encryption work well, quantum encryption represents a new paradigm in cryptography. Show More Summary
You want to know the most beautiful thing about social media marketing? It has the potential to make even the most boring, non-sexy brands a hot commodity in digital marketing. Of course, social networks don’t do all the heavy lifting. But with with some creative thinking and planning, social media can be effectively harnessed to […]
Of all the technologies to have emerged from the digital renaissance, additive manufacturing (3D printing) has the potential to be the most disruptive. A perfect example of the way 3DP will change the way we make things will be displayed...Show More Summary
As horror fans, if there's one thing we know all too well, it is that the genre titles we've come to love are often at high risk for going out of print (OOP) at a moment’s notice. With many of our favorite films being released by smaller distributors, a second or third printing of these titles is not always likely. Show More Summary
The cloud is the newest buzzword in all things development, and there are many different options for utilizing the nebulous cloud. Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Digital Ocean (just to name a few) are some providers that give you various levels of cloud computing. While all three give you Virtual Private Hosting, Microsoft has stepped up their offering.
Hackaday sees a ton of projects featuring the WS2812 series of digitally controllable RGB LEDs, in the form of bare chips, RGB LED strips, or some form of Adafruit’s NeoPixels. All these WS2812 LED products have one thing in common –...Show More Summary
It blows my mind that something so popular could be forgotten about so quickly. What if society treated all important things this way?
I got my hands on a Makerbot Digitizer, so I can scan 3D models of all the things (that fit inside ~512 cubic inches) and then do stuff with them. I don’t have a lot of scanning experience at the moment, and I haven’t done any serious 3D modeling since I was using Lightwave 3D [...]
Armistead Maupin explained how he wrote his Tales of the City series at the Guardian. All Things Considered examined the economics of hit songs in the digital era. The Pitchfork Music Festival has announced its first batch of performers for...
15 ways to digitally detox - Real Simple 6 steps to achieving all your goals - Wise Bread 8 things you can discard to downsize your life - Lifehacker Ritzy restaurant dishes you can make at home this Valentine's Day - LearnVest Healthy...Show More Summary
Until all our devices are connected to the Internet of Things, we have digital and an offline lives. Just launched in Switzerland, Qipp is a social network where you can add your stuff, like an inventory, to better communicate with manufacturers, or lend things like table saws or camping tents to friends. READ MORE »
Digital willpower is an idea that crops up from time to time and it describes our current tech-saturated culture rather well. We all have enough motivation to want to do things but not enough motivation to actually do them. As a result, we turn to technology to bridge the gap of that motivational purgatory. Show More Summary
Lately, there’s been a lot of coverage of well-known journalists launching their own Web sites or going it alone with their existing ones: Glenn Greenwald, Nate Silver, Ezra Klein, and the All Things Digital crew come to mind. Now there’s an unlikely addition to the field: Bill Keller, the former executive editor and columnist of the Times. Show More Summary
Sandra writes, "What started as a 'class reunion' of bloggers, Internet activists, and researchers has become Europe's largest and most prominent conference on the future of our society and all things digital: re:publica, the BerlinShow More Summary
In case you had any ambiguity about the future of the smart home, Google’s recent decision to purchase Nest for $3.2 billion in cash has sealed its fate. It’s official—our homes represent the new frontier for all things digital. Nest, the maker of sophisticated, user friendly, stylish household devices such as thermostats and smoke detectors, […]
What's old truly is new again when it comes to all things popular culture, as evidenced by the recent resurgence of interest in everything from VHS tapes to vinyl records. Sure, Blu-rays and digital downloads allow us to watch movies...Show More Summary
Marc Andreessen has a fabulous op-ed in The New York Times today called "Why Bitcoin Matters," and it serves as a good primer on all things Bitcoin. Andreessen is a huge proponent of the anonymous digital currency, having invested in a number of Bitcoin-related companies lately. Show More Summary
All too aware that his every move is being watched by omniscient forces connected by a vast digital network—as in the heart-pounding action movie we’ve just created, called Eagle Guy—Shia LaBeouf has declared his retreat from all “public life,” the canvas from which Shia LaBeouf traces his every inspiration. Show More Summary