Well some one noticed. Check out You Thought We Wouldn’t Notice because they have noticed and are up to the challenge of telling you about. From Apple ripping off artists to people coping handbags to fabric to websites. If it has been copied without credit then it is here.
Here is a great rant about all those useless gadgets and consumer electronic DRM (Digital Rights Management) laden crap that people think they need. It is finally good to read someone give all the idiots their do. Thanks Joel Johnson for telling it strait out.
” Consumer electronics are a joke. It’s everyone’s fault but mine. You assholes.
These guys want me to write a weekly column, but I hate consumer electronics. I hate marketing, and people, because you’re all so dumb. If your lucky and I need the money. I will…
And you guys ate it up. Kept buying shitty phones and broken media devices green and dripping with DRM… …to read the latest announcements of the most trivial jerk-off products, completely ignoring the stories about technology actually making a difference to real human beings…”
A must read at Gizmodo.
This site is great for those of us that are on the go and want to read a book. You can get parts of the book emailed to you for consumption on your own terms. You can set the delivery time and date and it will show up in your in-box. Genius. They have a good selection especially of classics.
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Here is a bunch of photoshop pictures all with a cube theme. Some really bizarre
pictures such as the cube rabbit. Definitely worth the look.
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Thanks to Treehugger a website dedicated to the green life and Inhabitat which is a site dedicated to “future foward design for the world you inhabit” I was drawn to ashes and snow. There are some truely amazing photographs to be seen. Or if you get to see the traveling museum called of all things Nomadic Museum. The museum is built with 152 shipping containers.
You really should visit the Portifolio link and check out the photographs. Some of them are so amazing they take my breath away. The peace, harmony, and innocence you see in them. Truly unreal.