I don’t really think poetry written for print works in the electronic format. You can make an argument that there isn’t a whole lot of loss when prose is digitized, but with poetry that argument is a lot harder to defend. (Of course,...Show More Summary
We have 3-D printed keys, guns and shoes—now a research team at the University of Virginia has created a 3D printed UAV drone for the Department of Defense. In the works for three years, the aircraft, no bigger than a remote-controlled plane, can carry a 1.5-pound payload. Show More Summary
After listening to naysayers and inflation hawks intone for years that the Federal Reserve's monetary policy would weaken the dollar and spike inflation, it's perversely gratifying to see that — even after all that money printing — the dollar has strengthened over the last three years: (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Show More Summary
By the time a politician stands up to give a speech, it has been briefed out, pre-butted, rebutted, shredded in print and spat out on TV. Politics has become a… Continue reading The post Next year’s election will be the dirtiest ever appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
GAS2. Three days ago boutique automaker Local Motors began the process of 3D printing an entire car, and tomorrow they hope to have installed a fully-functional electric drivetrain to drive it around the International Manufacturing Tech Show. Show More Summary
Joseph Bellows Gallery announces the exhibition, Thomas Barrow: The Fashion Show. This exhibition presents vintage photographs selected from Barrow?s series Fashion, created between 1965 and 1970. The unique gelatin silver prints inShow More Summary
Tom Burtonwood sez, "I have just published Folium, a 3D printed book of bas relief from the Art Institute of Chicago; it's posted to thingiverse for download: 12 pages, 9 scans featuring works of art spanning over 2000 years, from the Ancient Egyptians to Louis Sullivan department store decorations." Read the rest
Local Motors will be using Autodesk's Spark, a new open platform for 3D printing, as it continues to develop the Strati, the world’s first 3D-printed full-size car.
At London Fashion Week, being the first show on a Monday morning is a bold move. There’s a high risk of losing guests who get stuck in the horrors of London traffic, not to mention those brave but unfortunate souls who are relying on rush-hour public transport (like civilians! Imagine!).On... More »
One man. One RV. An eight-month deep-dive into 3D printing.
In the world of Facebook, Tumblr, and Instagram, the My KODAK Moments app lets users share their memories the old fashioned way: through prints. With the My KODAK Moments app, users can order photos and photo gifts and have those items shipped or even pick up their photos on the same day in a store.
Dakota Fanning takes a phone call as she takes a long walk in the Soho neighborhood of New York City on Saturday afternoon (September 13). The 20-year-old actress looked adorable as she rocked a matching cherry printed crop top and long skirt for her day out. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Dakota Fanning [...]
PayPal appears to be calling out Apple and its newly announced mobile payment service Apple Pay with an ad appearing in The New York Times print edition (via Pando Daily) indirectly reminding people of last month’s disastrous iCloud photo leak when a list of celebrities found their personal photos an intimate situations published on the […]
The biggest advantage digital magazines have over print magazines is the ability to interact with the reader. With a simple tap the reader can open a slide show, listen to a sound bite or watch a story unfold before their eyes. Now, Flipboard is bringing that same level of interactivity to the magazine ad. Flipboard […]
By ValueWalk: By Vikas Shukla 3D Systems Corporation's (NYSE:DDD)'s Q2 results shocked most investors. The 3D printing company had been targeting 30%-plus organic growth rate. But organic growth plunged to just 10% in the second quarter. Show More Summary
National Journal writer-at-large Marin Cogan is headed to New York magazine as a contributing editor, as first reported by POLITICO’s Hadas Gold. There she’ll report on politics, policy, and political culture, both in print and online. Prior...Show More Summary
When John Ashbery, the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, first learned that the digital editions of his poetry looked nothing like the print version, he was stunned. There were no line breaks, and the stanzas had been jammed together into a block of text that looked like prose. The careful architecture of his poems had been leveled.... Read More
When this week's print issue of the journal Science comes out, a collective cheer will go up from New Mexico, Montana and even the Netherlands, thanks to the type of collaborative effort that is more and more the norm in these connected times. Show More Summary