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Paper Bits
"“coding” is not the only concrete skill required “to work at the crossover of creative and technology”. Especially if you want to make an actual thing that lives outside of a screen." I'll gladly concede Josh's point. This is very much worth reading; if anything, the only reason I focused on code was the original W+K focus on that, likely because that's the technology they're interested in. Good points all, though.
making  hardware  product  design  creativetechnology  joshdimauro 
october 2011 by infovore
Michael Tamblyn - 6 Projects That Could Change Publishing for the Better
Jolly good, this, with lots of sensible points and a real clarity of thought for what otherwise could just be Powerpoint-by-numbers.
technology  books  publishing  creativetechnology 
march 2009 by infovore

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