Everything I Know: 42 Hours of Buckminster Fuller’s Lectures Free Online (1975)

A taste of Kandinsky: assessing the influence of the artistic visual presentation of food on the dining experience

Map of London on Glove for the Great Exhibition of 1851, George Shove ca. 1851
Printed map on leather 
Created for the 1851 Great Exhibition (a.k.a. the First World’s Fair). The Victorian lady who owned this glove would have Hyde Park in the palm of her hand and the River Thames wrapped around her little finger.

Map of London on Glove for the Great Exhibition of 1851, George Shove ca. 1851 Printed map on leather Created for the 1851 Great Exhibition (a.k.a. the First World’s Fair). The Victorian lady who owned this glove would have Hyde Park in the palm of her hand and the River Thames wrapped around her little finger.

This short computer generated film by Kieran Baxter tells the story of settlement at Jarlshof in the Shetland Islands.. Reconstructed elements are speculative and based upon current understanding of the sites remains and context.

Is Math Liberal?
Math is more than just calculations. Beneath it all lies a nuanced way of thinking.

http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2014/06/inquiring-minds-jordan-ellenberg-math-liberalism-nuance-uncertainty

Is Math Liberal? Math is more than just calculations. Beneath it all lies a nuanced way of thinking.

http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2014/06/inquiring-minds-jordan-ellenberg-math-liberalism-nuance-uncertainty

I am for an artist who vanishes | Temporary Art Review

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"analyzing humor is like dissecting a frog. Few people are interested and the frog dies."

E. B. White

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Wycliffe Hill Demonstrating His Plot Genie

Original caption: Plots developed while you wait! Twist the dial, and out pours manufactured drama. And a “plot robot” invented by Wycliffe A. Hill, scenarist and author, cheerfully demonstrates for astounded writers, turning out skeleton plots almost as fast as headline “suggestions” can be fed into it. At a “Plot Genie” demonstration recently, 108 headlines were fed to the robot. In less than 30 minutes a dozen complete plot structure were ready to be read.

http://edge.org/conversation/writing-in-the-21st-century

Writing In The 21st Century

UbuWeb Film & Video: John Berger - Ways of Seeing (1972)

Ways of Seeing was a BBC television series consisting of visual essays that raise questions about hidden ideologies in visual images. The series gave rise to a later book of the same name written by John Berger.

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