Useful, thought-provoking and random links for the entrepreneurially-minded that caught our eye on Friday, July 25: The pen is dead. Inside Marc Maron's garage. The daily harassment of women in the games industry. Dropbox tries to keep things weird. Show More Summary
French art director and illustrator Troqman makes clever use of both his pens and his sketchbooks as well as his surroundings in order to create entertaining drawings of characters appearing to interact with the real world. Our favorite pieces involve characters on multiple pages or sketchbooks interacting with each other as well as the 3D world. Show More Summary
Comcast yesterday denied allegations it’s threatening to cut off customers who use the anonymous Tor web browser. Jason Livingood, VP of internet & communications engineering at Comcast, penned a blog post which insisted, “Comcast is not asking customers to stop using … Continue reading ?
What You'll Be Creating Break out your pens and pencils and learn how to crosshatch a landscape. You'll start by making a value scale to learn how to use lines to create depth and then you'll ink your own landscape from a photo reference. Crosshatching was in the height of fashion in the mid-1800s during the Golden Age of Illustration. Show More Summary
It’s far too easy to take a full phone charge for granted. We’re used to our days playing out a certain way, and when our plans change or we forget to bring things with us, our lives instantly seem more difficult. The two things we seem to forget the most are a pen and charging cable. These can easily be bummed off of a friend, but you want to be...
Reading a textbook is an arduous, boring business. There’s a ton of superfluous information that no one wants to read, but must trudge through to get the few precious sentences you’re actually going to use. Of course, you could skimShow More Summary
The North Carolina Museum of Art presents Line, Touch, Trace, an exhibition of 30 hand-drawn works. Organized by Greenhill in Greensboro, N.C., the exhibition highlights 13 North Carolina artists who use graphite, ballpoint pen, conté crayon, ink, or charcoal to explore drawing in its relationship to thought processes. Show More Summary
Transcript as follows: President Obama’s outrageously unconstitutional behavior just keeps accumulating. The latest example is a rumored intention to use his “pen and phone” to circumvent bipartisan congressional opposition to his radical “climate change” agenda. Show More Summary
Co-Authored by Abigail Finkelman, Justice Program Assistant at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law. With Congress mired in gridlock, President Obama has vowed to use "a pen and a phone" to accomplish some of his policy goals. Show More Summary
When I was in grade school, I used poorly engineered retractable pen cannons to fire tiny beads at my friends an enemies during class. I thought it was pretty cool but this mini grappling gun puts all my pre-adolescent tinkering to shame. Read more...
via NYTimes: Unlike pens, fingers don’t run out of ink, they’re free and you always have one with you. I use mine to take notes on my phone, highlight books on my Kindle and draw pictures on my iPad. I don’t have to worry about losing this work because, unlike a piece of paper, my […]
Ahead of its Galaxy Note 4 unveiling event next week in Germany, Samsung has posted a few short teaser videos showing the creative power of the Galaxy Note series. The videos show how artists and creative types use the S Pen on the go, with one artist going as far as saying the Note has allowed her to replace her computer.
Drawing or making notes with a computer pen or stylus doesn't have the same feeling as using a paper and pen. Sometimes, however, you want to digitize something that you've drawn or written by hand. The new Moleskine Livescribe notebooks...Show More Summary
Livescribe has long been a purveyor of smart pens that blur the boundaries between physical and digital. And today, it’s been revealed that Moleskine is now embracing its technology too, with Livescribe-compatible notebooks. The newShow More Summary
LG's G3 Stylus phone may look a lot like the G3 flagship, but looks aren't everything. The phone adds a digital pen for note taking while using lesser hardware all around -- particularly in the 5.5-inch display and its 960 x 540 resolution. LG teases the G3 Stylus: A mid-range note-taking handset originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….
By Don Dion: The office supply industry is undergoing many changes, due to online selling and less reliance on paper and print as the 21st Century continues its digital evolution. While people still use writing implements, like pensShow More Summary
It has been said that email marketing is one of the best strategies, if not the only one, you should be using. In fact, Jeff Walker penned a book called Launch which talks about the importance of email marketing and social media, and the advantages one has when they combine the two. Show More Summary
Some upgrades are subjective—like moving from pen and paper to a digital note-taker. Other upgrades, however, change the way you use technology, and make it impossible to go back to something inferior. Here are 10 of those things. Read more...
Singer Lauryn Hill, whose career of late has taken a back seat to her legal woes, is using one of her songs to spotlight the tensions in Ferguson, MO. The former Fugees star uploaded a song called Black Rage (Sketch) to honor the citizens of Ferguson. Show More Summary
We have come a long way since the 3Doodler – the 3D printing pen, surprised the world by raising over $2 million on Kickstarter. One thing that has changed for The post Fully-functional 3D printed drone made using 3Doodler pen appeared first on OhGizmo!.