(503) http://www.amazon.com/Cowboy-Bebop-Original-Anime-Soundtrack/dp/B000PH0Y0E
I never cease to be amazed by the depth and breadth of the music Yoko Kanno created for Cowboy Bebop
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5 days ago
Pixar's John Lasseter on Steve Jobs, Creativity, and Disney Infinity
“Everything is based on a simple rule: quality is the best business plan, period.” —John Lasseter
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7 days ago
Untitled (http://www.keithrull.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/netflix_culture.pdf)
I hadn’t read Netflix Culture/Values document for ages. It is still the best ever.
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8 days ago
The Millions : At Last, Harley Earl Gets Some Respect
“Fins,” someone has said, “were the Vietnam of product design.” Everything that boiled over in American politics about Cambodia and Vietnam was, in a way, trailered or run through in rough form already in the argument about tail fins. Tail fins divided Left and Right, divided hawk from dove, divided everything from everything. Tail fins were a really good convenient symbol that everyone could get hold of. In the end tail fins were held responsible for the fact that America lagged behind in the space race: while the Russians had been developing Sputnik and pushing on into that great blue “out there,” the Americans had been debauching themselves with tail fins. More than chrome, more than the implications of sex, etc., the tail fin in the end…focused the whole issue.
design  product  history  technoculture  americana 
8 days ago
Why you need design — Medium
As my good friend Jared Spool says, “Design is the rendering of intent”. When the intent isn’t clear, the project stakeholders can’t agree on goals, or two founders veer in two directions to take their company, no amount of design can solve that situation. Design doesn’t work if you don’t know your intent. Otherwise, you’ll find yourself in the land of mullets, half-cafs, cran-grape drinks, platypuses, and El Caminos. (Granted, platypuses are pretty cool. But they’re filled with poison.)
design  readthiseveryday 
12 days ago
The Friction of my Joviality
Did I mention I published a book of very short stories? Not today? Well let's remedy that right now:
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18 days ago
Serial Experiments Lain Animated GIF
Coding to the Serial Experiemnts Lain soundtrack is a weird experience. I think I like this. via
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23 days ago
40 maps that explain the internet
45 years ago, routers cost $500K & the Internet (well, ARPANET) looked like this.
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23 days ago
Fit Associates
To document as we go "from this to that," we've replaced our web site. There's a blog, and we aim to use it.
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23 days ago
GENER8ION + M.I.A. - The New International Sound Pt. II (Official music video) on Vimeo
GENER8ION + M.I.A. - The New International Sound Pt. II (Official music video) on [Epic]
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26 days ago
How to get ridiculously cheap business-class airfares.
I made this video about one way to get ridiculously cheap business-class airfares.
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27 days ago
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