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17 Posts

April, 2010 Posts

April 02, 2010
The challenges of bureaucracy and complexity.
April 02, 2010
An update on what the author has been up to, including moving, wedding planning, and various readings and thoughts.
Bodega List
April 06, 2010
A project attempting to create webpages for every bodega in New York City using a tool to identify them.
Gibson on Brands
April 07, 2010
William Gibson's fascination with brand name apparel and the subtext behind it.
Mobile Front-end
April 10, 2010
Steve Jobs' insight on mobile internet usage and its implications for content creation and design.
Lighter Fare
April 10, 2010
A collection of lighthearted and amusing content for a Saturday morning.
The Language of Physics
April 10, 2010
An explanation of the relationship between math and physics.
Thinking About Innovation
April 14, 2010
Exploring the concept of innovation, including its definition, early 20th-century theories, and the role of research in organizations.
Flying with Kindle
April 14, 2010
TSA's position on e-readers and netbooks for travel.
War Paint
April 14, 2010
How factories camouflaged themselves during World War II.
Goldman Horseman
April 17, 2010
A video explanation of the Goldman Sachs situation in plain English with the help of a horse, a bookie, and a gambler.
What Matters?
April 17, 2010
Kevin Kelly suggests saving mundane, functional objects rather than the typical fare for time capsules.
April 18, 2010
Imagining a future without airplanes.
Football Culture
April 22, 2010
Exploring the impact of Europe's geography on football team styles.
April 24, 2010
Various uses of Chatroulette for advertising and entertainment.
Take Down
April 26, 2010
A critique of Clay Shirky's 'Collapse of Complex Business Models' essay and an update on the most watched video on YouTube.
The CSI Effect
April 29, 2010
The influence of crime shows on jurors' perception of forensic evidence.
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