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Showing posts from June, 2009

Glastonbury 2009

Nothing about my working questions but only a link to the Boston Big Picture about Glastonbury 2009 . Nowadays, rock/pop/electro music is not a generational phenomenon anymore, but a culture. Have a look at the people and you will understand what I mean.

Fighting with notes and deadlines

As an agilist, I over use post-its, because my company tends to be more and more visually organised. Have a look at mister Bunliu 's senior project at Savannah College of Art and Design. On his YouTube account , you can read: "This is my senior project at Savannah College of Art and Design. Where my idea comes from is that every time when I am busy, I feel that I am not fighting with my works, I am fighting with those post-it notes and deadline. I manipulating the post-it notes to do pixel-like stop motion and there are some interactions between real actor and post-its" Here below the making of.

Internet today

We spent hours speaking about Internet as a technical thing. Today its reality is a real time tool that is changing all the previous media, communications and social concepts. Enjoy here below the Clay Shirky video at Ted. To confirm his talk, please have a look to the iran dissidents' story on twitter here .

Enlightened Stupid Marketer

Nalts is brilliant about parody. Watch the one below named: "Enlightened Stupid Marketer". On his YouTube Web page you can read: "evin Nalts is a sophomoric adult who does pranks, candid-camera style shorts, sketches, and goofs with his four young kid. He recently left his day job in marketing (Johnson & Johnson, and Merck) to work with and start "

It's about writing.

"I am writing now only because of the growing feeling that my time is short. This has awakened within me the desire to transmit, to leave something small behind." No, my time is not yet near its end, but I chose the above sentence as a sample from Mara , a free book to introduce Adam Biles' web site . Although, I adopted blogging as a way to freely share my knowledge, I'm always astonished when I'm inhaling artists' free online content. Free is great but ... How can artists make their life comfortable, meaning at least eating every day and living in a proper home, if they are not paid for their work? As a country guy, I'm envisioning enthusiasts such as the garden vegetable or the flower growing people, As a computer guy, I'm always imagining passionate people such as the open source developers or the core wikipedia volunteers. As an art lover, not of branded art, but of wild culture art, I can't bear to see millions of Van Goghs dying with no cons