Wikipedia.org: Dutch angle
The Dutch angle, also known as Dutch tilt, canted angle, oblique angle or German angle, is a type of camera shot where the camera is set at an angle on its roll axis so that the shot is composed with vertical lines at an angle to the side of the frame, or so that the horizon line of the shot is not parallel with the bottom of the camera frame. This produces a viewpoint akin to tilting one's head to the side.
photography  video  wiki  art 
7 hours ago
Youtube.com: BBC Genius of the Modern World Marx
Bettany Hughes investigates the revolutionary ideas of Karl Marx. Born to an affluent Prussian family, Marx became an angry, idealistic radical, constantly on the run for his political agitating and incendiary writing. In Paris he first formulated his explosive analysis of capitalism and its corrosive effects on human nature. In Brussels he co-authored the Communist Manifesto with Frederick Engels. In London his obsessive theorizing dragged his family into poverty and tragedy. [ http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b07gpdbx/genius-of-the-modern-world-1-marx ]
documentaries  videos  philosophy  economics  marxism 
7 hours ago
Hyper-Reality presents a provocative and kaleidoscopic new vision of the future, where physical and virtual realities have merged, and the city is saturated in media.
videos  socialmedia  future 
Angkor Wat's newfound suburbs hold a dark lesson
These results are more than just pretty pictures of ancient sites. They have the potential to challenge our understanding of the collapse of ancient civilizations. For example, they show that many areas which were once thought to be rainforest, actually used to be cleared, and sustained significant populations. They also show that many of the great ceremonial centres which are now engulfed in foliage, were once surrounded by large cities, with populations of hundred of thousands - or even millions - of people.
archaeology  history  articles 
6 days ago
Transmageddon is a video transcoder for Linux and Unix systems built using GStreamer. It supports almost any format as its input and can generate a very large host of output files. The goal of the application was to help people to create the files they need to be able to play on their mobile devices and for people not hugely experienced with multimedia to generate a multimedia file without having to resort to command line tools with ungainly syntaxes.
transcode  software  open-source  videos  linux  frontend  conversion 
7 days ago
Wikipedia.org: Fascist architecture
Fascist architecture is a style of architecture developed by architects of fascist societies in the early 20th century. The style gained popularity in the late 1920s with the rise of modernism along with the nationalism associated with fascist governments in western Europe. The style resembles that of ancient Rome. However, the fascist-era buildings lack ostentatious design, and were constructed with symmetry, simplicity, and a general lack of ornateness. Both Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler utilized the new style of architecture as one of many ways to unify the citizens of their nations and attempt to mark a new era of nationalist culture, and to exhibit the absolute rule of the nation.
architecture  history  fascism  nazism 
7 days ago
Still There
This project was realized as part of the Research Programme Communication in a Digital Age, Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy / Research Center Creating 010, Rotterdam University.

I would like to thank the teachers and students at the Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam University, and the Goethe Institute who helped facilitate my research. I would also like to personally thank Florian Cramer, Renée Turner, Leslie Robbins, Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Danja Vasiliev and JODI for being wonderful hosts and friends.

All images by the author, unless otherwise indicated. Text editing by Bart Plantenga. Brought to the web by Dragan Espenschied.
art  history  internet 
7 days ago
Youtube.com: whistle
"whistle" by richard dunn.
videos  music  weird 
7 days ago
Monoid is customizable and optimized for coding with bitmap-like sharpness at 12px/9pt even on low res displays.
fonts  typography  open-source  programming 
8 days ago
Github.com: Fantasque Sans
A programming font, designed with functionality in mind, and with some wibbly-wobbly handwriting-like fuzziness that makes it unassumingly cool.
typography  programming  fonts  open-source 
8 days ago
Audience Atlas Victoria
The aim is to help arts organisations - from small-to-medium to major institutions - to set realistic targets by identifying potential markets and partner organisations and provides powerful data for arts organisations to understand how to reach, engage and broaden their existing audience.
culture  marketing  art 
9 days ago
Märta lever ett liv i totalt mörker och sover i skyddsdräkt: "Jag kan falla ihop när som helst"
Inne i Märtas tvårumslägenhet är mörkret kompakt. Som ett extra skydd mot solen är samtliga persienner nedragna och mörkt tyg har hängts upp för att stänga ute allt ljus. Vi utrustas med var sin liten ficklampa för att kunna se hjälpligt. Själv bär hon en huva förstärkt av metalltrådar över huvudet. Huvudbonaden ska skydda mot elektromagnetisk strålning. Nattetid sover hon i en specialsydd skyddsdräkt.
psychology  swedish  articles 
9 days ago
FUSE for Windows/Cygwin now available.
windows  cli  software  open-source 
9 days ago
burn magazine
burn is an evolving journal for emerging photographers. burn is curated by magnum photographer david alan harvey.
photography  journalism  blogs  magazines  art 
9 days ago
Wikipedia.org: List of average human height worldwide
Average adult human heights by country or geographical region. The original studies and sources should be consulted for details on methodology and the exact populations measured, surveyed, or considered.
stats  wiki 
10 days ago
Cnet.com: ​Shutterbugs, rejoice: Apple's iOS 10 will shoot raw photos
The option could bring new flexibility and photo quality, letting iPhone photography match a feature already built into Android. Also coming: better photo color.
photography  articles  apple  ios  raw  dng 
10 days ago
Contextual Identities on the Web
With Containers, users can open tabs in multiple different contexts – Personal, Work, Banking, and Shopping. Each context has a fully segregated cookie jar, meaning that the cookies, indexeddb, localStorage, and cache that sites have access to in the Work Container are completely different than they are in the Personal Container. That means that the user can login to their work twitter account on twitter.com in their Work Container and also login to their personal twitter on twitter.com in their Personal Container. The user can use both mail accounts in side-by-side tabs simultaneously. The user won’t need to use multiple browsers, an account switcher[1], or constantly log in and out to switch between accounts on the same domain.
firefox  privacy  cookies  browser  blog-posts 
10 days ago
Nytimes.com: The Parasite Underground
A shadow network of patients are trying to treat their own debilitating diseases — by infecting themselves with gastrointestinal worms.
articles  health  culture  diy 
11 days ago
Just remember, when the developers inevitably appear with suggestions about how ...
Just remember, when the developers inevitably appear with suggestions about how to stop the hack, roll back the blockchain, or come up with other schemes to block the hackers, they are showing everyone that all the talk of blockchains being decentralised, or being beyond the control of governments or other powers... is a complete lie.

If this hack can be stopped, then it demonstrates that the currency can be manipulated, that the decentralised system is not so fault tolerant or uncensored after all, and that people out there know this.
blockchain  hack  decentralization  forum-posts  hackernews 
11 days ago
Intel.com: NUC Kit NUC6i7KYK Features and Configurations
The Intel® NUC Kit NUC6i7KYK with 6th generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor and Intel® Iris™ Pro Graphics unleashes maximized performance for intense game play. We’ve created a wicked new look, along with a redesigned chassis that lets you take full advantage of every GHz of the quad-core processor without overheating—making the NUC6i7KYK totally cool. Literally.
games  hardware 
13 days ago
The Brilliance Behind Converge’s Unintelligible Lyrics
Below you’ll find some of my favorite lines from the band’s five most recent full-lengths, starting with Jane Doe, along with videos of each song so you can play along at home. Get ready to want a million ill-advised script tattoos!
artist  lyrics  language  hardcore 
13 days ago
Freeciv-Earth: play on OpenStreetMap world maps!
A new feature released to day for Freeciv-web is playing on any map imported from OpenStreetMap, thanks to Mapbox.com. Now you can recreate historic battles anywhere in the world, or play a game right in your own neighborhood.
strategy  games  software  open-source  maps  blog-posts 
14 days ago
"P-Clamps" Are Your Friends!
P-clamps (properly referred to as “cushioned metal loop straps”) come in a variety of diameters to fit most, if not all, the tubing one might encounter on a bicycle frame. My local hardware store sells two-packs of these zinc-plated steel and rubber p-clamps for about $2.00. If you simply MUST have stainless steel bands and ultra-zoot silicone padding, McMaster-Carr sells them (but at a pretty steep price, compared to the zinc-plated models).
bikes  tutorials  hardware  diy  blog-posts 
14 days ago
Nytimes.com: Watch: Shooting Survivor Describes the Attack
Norman Casiano was shot in the back during the attack at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He survived and was released from the hospital, and now he's sharing his story with us. If you have questions for him, please leave a comment.
videos  interviews 
14 days ago
Apple.com: Apple File System Guide
Apple File System supports nearly all of the features of HFS+, and offers improvements over HFS+, including 64-bit inode numbers, 1 nanosecond timestamp granularity, an expansive block allocator, support for sparse files, and a crash protection scheme. Apple File System provides several new features, including optimization for Flash/SSD storage, copy-on-write metadata, space sharing, cloning of files and directories, snapshots, fast directory sizing, and atomic safe-save primitives.
filesystems  apple  storage  osx 
14 days ago
Youtube.com: Dentsu at night
The lights at the Dentsu headquarters in Tokyo are automatically turned off at 10:00 PM. But what happens afterwards?
work  japan  culture 
14 days ago
Future Leipzig: The Incredible Shrinking City
Leipzig is something akin to the European Detroit. Formerly the second biggest city in East Germany and once boasting a population of over 700,000, Leipzig has shrunk significantly since the reunification of Germany in 1990 and now has only about 550,000 residents. According to Daniel Florentin, a Parisian urban planner who has worked in Leipzig, reunification caused the city to be degraded to a lower ranking in the region’s “urban hierarchy.” Heavy losses in jobs and the emergence of urban brownfields (land previously used for industrial purposes, which is or feared to be contaminated with hazardous pollutants), haven’t helped. Depopulation reached a critical level between 1989 and 1999.
cities  urbanplanning  culture  articles 
14 days ago
Securing Your Saddle: How To Outsmart Thieves
One step up from non-QR seat clamps, some manufacturers have introduced proprietary locking mechanisms into a seat clamp. This requires a manufacturer specific tool to release the seat clamp, making it far more difficult and time consuming for a thief to remove a saddle.

One example of this is the Pinhead Seat Post Lock, which uses a 3-notch key to lock the clamp in place. Standard tools cannot operate this mechanism, so unless a thief happens to have the exact key for your seat clamp, your saddle is going nowhere.

Their locking technology has also been applied to QR skewers for your bike’s wheels, making them more secure when leaving you bike locked up as well. Any additional locking mechanisms installed to your bike are bound to put off an opportunist thief, as the last thing they want is to be caught. A simple locking seat clamp can add those extra few seconds that change their decision.
bikes  security 
15 days ago
Berners-Lee: WWW is spy net
"The web is already decentralized," Berners-Lee told attendees. "The problem is the dominance of one search engine, one social network, one Twitter for micro-blogging. We don't have a technology problem; we have a social problem."
surveillance  articles  culture  internet 
15 days ago
Tumblr Now Accepting Large Images in Text Posts – Kind Of…
[…] if you explore things in a little more depth you see that Tumblr no longer compromises the size of Text Post image uploads any more than it does with Photo Posts. In other words, Tumblr Text Posts will now take direct uploads of anything up to 1280px across and 1920px high.
tumblr  blog-posts  blogging 
15 days ago
Nytimes.com: The End of Reflection
There are many moments throughout my average day that, lacking print reading material in a previous era, were once occupied by thinking or observing my surroundings: walking or waiting somewhere, riding the subway, lying in bed unable to sleep or before mustering the energy to get up.

Now, though, I often find myself in these situations picking up my phone to check a notification, browse and read the internet, text, use an app or listen to audio (or, on rare occasions, engage in an old-fashioned “telephone call”). The last remaining place I’m guaranteed to be alone with my thoughts is in the shower.

“Finding moments to engage in contemplative thinking has always been a challenge, since we’re distractible,” said Nicholas Carr, author of “The Shallows.” “But now that we’re carrying these powerful media devices around with us all day long, those opportunities become even less frequent, for the simple reason that we have this ability to distract ourselves constantly.”
mobile  brain  psychology 
15 days ago
Surlybikes.com: Single Speed Drivetrains
Let's face it, most of us never spent (or spend) much time in the 11- and 12-tooth cogs so they don't wear all that fast. Furthermore, the time spent in these cogs wasn't ever under full-bore high-throttle. If it ever got so hard to pedal that you needed to stand up, you simply shifted to an easier gear. Had you rode around off-road in a 22x11t cross-gear, without a whole lot of effort you could blow the chain right over the top of those teeth regardless of how new or old your components were. If you didn't realize it, there's only roughly half of the amount of teeth on your cog engaging the chain at any given time. In the case of an 11 tooth cog, that's only 5 or 6 teeth at any given time! Unless your thighs are as big around as a Surly carpenter pencil, you will be able to make any low-gear transmission required for general one-speed off-road riding skip AT WILL, using an 11 tooth cog and its not so different for a 16 tooth cog, probably the smallest rear cog you might have on your one-speed ride. Considering that you don't shift, you'll be giving EIGHT teeth the full wrath of your wide load up the harshest vertical climbs you choose to attack. What my long-winded explanation is getting at is that more teeth are better when it comes to an off-road one-speed drivetrain. One tooth makes a huge difference out back with regards to preventing skippage. Wear life, too, is improved with more teeth. Since you never leave that gear, every mile you spin is on the same few teeth. Your drivetrain will last longer and will skip less and will launch the chain fewer times if you use larger cogs and chainrings. I recommend that you pick a big cog out back (18 teeth or larger) and experiment to find a gear ratio you like by varying your chainring sizes up front.
15 days ago
Handlebar Diameters
I like to break bars down to three different options: Mountain, Road, and Cruiser. There are two major measurments to consider when looking at a new bar - the stem clamp size (the 'bulge'), and the overall width of the bar.
15 days ago
Revealed: Cambodia's vast medieval cities hidden beneath the jungle
Exclusive: Laser technology reveals cities concealed under the earth which would have made up the world’s largest empire in 12th century.
articles  asia  history  archaeology 
16 days ago
Bbc.com: The Japanese art of (not) sleeping
The Japanese don’t sleep. This is what everyone – the Japanese above all – say. It’s not true, of course. But as a cultural and sociological statement, it is very interesting.
articles  sleep  culture  japan 
16 days ago
Youtube.com: 2017 Bentley Bentayga vs. 2016 Tesla Model X P90D Ludicrous - Head 2 Head Ep. 76
2017 Bentley Bentayga vs. 2016 Tesla Model X P90D Ludicrous - Head 2 Head Ep. 76.
videos  cars  compare 
17 days ago
A Lament For The LAN Party
Before broadband and the connected world of information, we found different ways to mix our social life and our games. LAN parties. Where our PCs had a big group hug and let us kill one another in peace. Michael Johnson remembers those times.
culture  games  articles 
18 days ago
IRC is a networked protocol for group chat, tested and proven for over 20 years. The IRCv3 Working Group is a collection of IRC client and server software authors working to enhance, maintain and standardize the IRC protocol using backwards-compatible extensions.
irc  standards  chat 
18 days ago
The Secretive World of Selling Data About You
Data brokers are notoriously secretive. Only one, Acxiom, granted Newsweek an interview with a company officer, despite two months of requests to dozens of firms. “A lot of the information, the deals that take place, are proprietary in nature,” says Paul Stephens, a director at Privacy Rights Clearinghouse in San Diego, which advocates for consumer rights regarding personal information. “It’s hard to tell who’s selling what to whom.” In fact, it’s unknown exactly how many data brokers operate in the United States, because so many keep a low profile. Credible estimates range from 2,500 to 4,000. There are supergiants in the field—Acxiom, Experian. But there are myriad smaller companies that few have heard of: Exact Data, Paramount Lists, Datalogix, Statlistics.
databrokers  articles  privacy 
18 days ago
Most smartphone users download zero apps per month
Almost all smartphone owners use apps, and a “staggering 42% of all app time spent on smartphones occurs on the individual’s single most used app,” comScore reports. New apps come and go, especially games, but perhaps breakthrough apps will be increasingly rare. A look at the top 25 most-used apps reflects mostly mature companies, including Facebook, Google, Pandora, and Yahoo.
stats  mobile  software  articles 
18 days ago
The app boom is over
Your phone is full of apps, and you're done downloading new ones — unless they're Snapchat or Uber.
mobile  software  blog-posts 
18 days ago
The Fucking Open Web
A decade later, I’m the founder of a scrappy startup trying to reinvent web conversations. We have limited resources and a staff of almost 3, struggling to tame this fucking web. It is amazing how hard it still is to build innovative, quality web experiences. It is very much possible – there are plenty of amazing web developers building mind blowing experiences. The problem is, I can’t afford to hire them, especially since a big chunk of them work for Google and Facebook.
blog-posts  webdev  software  mobile  development 
18 days ago
Pagekite — The fast, reliable localhost tunneling solution
The fast, reliable way to make localhost part of the Web. PageKite makes local websites or SSH servers publicly accessible in mere seconds, and works with any computer and any Internet connection. It's also 100% Open Source.
dns  open-source  software  server  development  ssh 
19 days ago
Github.com: DSM: The Decentralized Systems Map
This paper reviews the various technologies which make up the decentralized web movement and classifies them in terms of their responsibilities within an OSI-style conceptual model called DSM: the Decentralized Systems Map. The desired outcome of this paper is six-fold. (1) To promote collaboration, cooperation, and mutual-understanding between those parties creating decentralized web technologies, (2) to clarify the purpose, statuses, and relationships of decentralized web technologies, (3) to better inform and educate the general public, (4) to obtain a more hollistic understanding of which necessary decentralization components are present and which are missing, (5) to conduct a meta experiment of producing a decentralized, reproducible research document and, above all (6) bringing the decentralized web movement closer to solidarity and to becoming an official w3c working group.
decentralization  standards  internet  development 
19 days ago
Youtube.com: Decentralized Web Summit - Live From The Internet Archive
We are bringing together a diverse group of Web architects, activists, engineers, archivists, scholars, journalists, and other stakeholders to explore the technology required to build a Decentralized Web and its impact.
videos  presentation  internet  archive.org  decentralization 
19 days ago
Dn.se: Forskare: Så påverkar mobilen din hjärna
Nästan tio år efter att Apples vd Steve Jobs lanserade den första generationens iphone är tanken på att leva utan mobiltelefon otänkbar för de allra flesta. Signaler om nya meddelanden, e-post, vänförfrågningar, nyhetspushar och retweets har för många blivit en lika självklar del av vardagen som att äta eller sova. Men för vår hjärna, som är densamma idag som för 40.000 år sedan, har navigerat i tillvaron utan hjälp av en smart telefon, innebär de ständiga uppdateringarna ett stressmoment som kan få ödesdigra konsekvenser.

– Evolutionen tar jättelång tid. Tio år med smarta mobiler är en poff i historien, säger Katarina Gospic, doktor i kognitiv neurovetenskap utbildad vid Karolinska institutet.

En uppmärksammad studie från 2013 sades visa att den genomsnittliga användaren av en smart telefon kollade mobilen 150 gånger per dag. Siffran är sannolikt något daterad men ändå ”ett bra riktmärke” för hur mobilen intervenerar i våra vardagsliv, enligt Katarina Gospic.

– Vår hjärna är så smart att den reagerar på allt som sticker ut. Det är det som är problemet. Sitter du i en tyst miljö och det piper till så registrerar hjärnan vad som sker, även om det piper var femte minut.

Varje gång vår uppmärksamhet riktas mot ett nytt meddelande, pushnotis eller vänförfrågan tar hjärnan en paus från det vi egentligen sysslar med. De ständiga avbrotten påverkar vår förmåga till koncentration och fokusering.

– Problemet med det är att det tar upp till 25 minuter att återfå fokus. Det är som att starta och stänga av en bilmotor, det tar tid innan den blir varm och det stör dina tanketrådar, säger Katarina Gospic.

Katarina Gospic liknar hjärnan vid en muskel som mellan ansträngningarna behöver återhämtning, men som snuvas på vilan av de ständiga uppdateringarna.

– Ingen tränar biceps 16 timmar om dagen utan att vila. Det vore helt knäppt. Men samtidigt har vi den förväntningen på vår hjärna. Vi tror att vi kan trycka på play och sen ska den vara i gång i 18 timmar dag efter dag. Så fungerar det ju inte, säger hon.

Det kan upplevas stressande när omvärlden ständigt pockar på vår uppmärksamhet genom meddelanden, noteringar och pushar.

Henrik Jörntell, forskare i neurofysiologi vid Lunds universitet, poängterar att våra hjärnor visserligen har en inbyggd förmåga att byta uppgifter och fokus flera gånger om dagen. Det är en nedärvd funktion som förmodligen varit viktig under hjärnans evolution.

– Men frågan är vad som händer om vi byter uppgift väldigt ofta. Kan det överbelasta systemet? Att tvingas byta uppgift gång på gång skulle kunna leda till sjukliga förändringar i hjärnan, säger han.

I dagsläget är det visserligen omöjligt att säga hur våra hjärnor på längre sikt påverkas av att vara ständigt uppkopplade. Studierna som finns på området är enligt Henrik Jörntell av varierande kvalitet och de vetenskapliga metoderna är ofta ”grovhuggna” med en svag koppling till möjliga underliggande mekanismer. Men när hjärnans reaktion på återkommande stress och koncentrationstörningar undersökts har man gjort en del oroande fynd, enligt Henrik Jörntell.

– Ständiga koncentrationspåkallande moment skulle kunna leda till kronisk stress. Kronisk stress gör att man driver hjärnan in i andra aktivitetsmönster än vad den är designad för att klara av under en längre tid. Hjärnan behöver mycket återhämtning, det är därför vi behöver nattsömn, och förmodligen har hjärnan normalt sett många återhämtningsperioder även under dagen. Får hjärnan inte vila emellanåt så händer det något – oklart vad – i de så kallade nervcellskretsarna. Det i sin tur verkar leda till att hjärnvävnaden faktiskt krymper. Det är ett ganska klart tecken på hjärnskada som liknar den som uppstår vid demens, säger Henrik Jörntell.

Flera studier har kunnat visa på hur hjärnan hos individer som under en längre tid levt under hög upplevd stress påverkats negativt.

– När man undersökte deras hjärnor så såg man att hjärnbarkens volym var mindre än normalt.

Liknande resultat uppnådde en grupp forskare vid Karolinska institutet, vilket DN berättat om tidigare.

När hjärnbarkens volym blir mindre försämras vårt minne. En annan konsekvens är att hjärnan helt enkelt fungerar sämre och vi fattar sämre beslut.

– Risken med en minskad hjärnbarksvolym är att man mer än vanligt går över till impulsiva handlingar. Vid beslutsituationer man ställs inför tar man bara en lösning som dyker upp i stället för att lägga tid på att fundera igenom beslutet, säger Henrik Jörntell.

Mot de eventuella riskerna att drabbas av stress och hjärnskador ställs mobiltelefonens lockelser. Alla likes, nya följare och retweets kickar i gång hjärnans belöningssystem vilket i sin tur uppmuntrar mer av samma beteende, enligt Katarina Gospic. Hon brukar jämföra vår relation till mobilen med en skål full av lösgodis.

– Står det en godisskål framför oss kommer vi att äta av den även fast vi vet att vi inte borde. Äter vi en bit säger hjärnans impulser åt oss att vi bara vill ha mer. På samma sätt fungerar bekräftelse vi får från de sociala nätverken.

I länder som Frankrike och Tyskland förs just nu en diskussion om att göra det otillåtet för arbetsgivare att kräva av sina anställda att ta emot och svara på e-post efter arbetstid. Detta efter allt fler varningar om arbetsrelaterad stress och ”digital utbrändhet” till följd av att alltid vara nåbar. Men det främsta sättet att få kontroll över sin uppkopplade tid är enligt Katarina Gospic att koppla ner.

– Det viktiga är att det är du som bestämmer. Sätt upp regler för när, hur och varför du ska vara uppkopplad. Använd mobilen med en intention, säger hon.

Och – tro det eller ej – det fanns en tid före mobiltelefonen.

– Många säger att det gick jättebra att leva före 1993 också.
science  articles  swedish  mobile  brain  psychology  behavior 
19 days ago
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