On September 9, 2006, 112 of the world's great minds will come together around the world's largest table in Berlin. They will answer 100 questions chosen out of thousands donated by the global public.
"Dropping Knowledge is a global initiative to turn apathy into activity. By hosting an open conversation on the most pressing issues of our times, we will foster a worldwide exchange of viewpoints, ideas and people-powered solutions"
...whether they will achieve anything is another Question.
Tuesday, August 29, 2006
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Tuesday, August 08, 2006
UK designer Richard Sweeney's 3-dimensional sculptures are made from the most ordinary of materials: plain old paper. The intricately folded forms are absolutely striking in their clean symmetry and the shadows cast by the curves and crevices. You can stare with jaw-dropped awe at most of his paper sculptures at his flickr page. Geometry has never looked so good...
Monday, August 07, 2006
Finally... after a very impatient wait (yes patience is not one of my virtues) Styleboost is back. All CSSed-up, XHTMLized and packed with Web2.0 stuff. Hmmm... I'm still undecided about the redesign. I think I like it, but it's going to take a bit getting used to the new design. Anyhow it's still showcasing outstanding websites since 2001.
Thursday, August 03, 2006
"One of the most creative usages of columns from this set can be found on the Vahagn Art Gallery site. They have only a tiny amount of copy and they render each set in it's own distinct column..."
Wednesday, August 02, 2006
If you dream of the day when the microwave oven meets an ugly demise, you'll love the theme of Electrolux Design Lab '06 competition. The challenge this year is to design food preparation and preservation appliances that would help the consumer of 2016 "change bad eating habits to healthy eating habits." So, goodbye microwave, hello... whatever it is you raw foodies need in the kitchen.