Monthly Archives: February 2012

Article: Museum of Craft and Design Curator Says Pop-Ups Are Here to Stay

This is indeed a growing trend … That fits well with our fast moving lifestyles …

Museum of Craft and Design Curator Says Pop-Ups Are Here to Stay
http://blogs.sfweekly.com/exhibitionist/2012/02/brett_levine_museum_of_craft_a.php

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Article: 14-Year-Old Constructs A LEGO Printer

This takes me back to my youth !

14-Year-Old Constructs A LEGO Printer
http://designtaxi.com/news/351768/14-Year-Old-Constructs-A-LEGO-Printer/

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Article: Next Interiors: Artist-Craftsmen on the High Street | Unmaking Things

Next Interiors: Artist-Craftsmen on the High Street | Unmaking Things
http://blog.rca.ac.uk/unmakingthings/2012/02/20/next-interiors-artist-craftsmen-on-the-high-street/

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To us the web is a sort of shared external memory …

TBWA‘s brain booty and disruptive interestingness across creative culture and media arts. Curated by Maria Popova, editor of Brain Pickings.


Uk making

http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSL5E8DL0Z520120221?irpc=932


BBC News – MIT launches free online ‘fully automated’ course

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-17012968


Everything Is A Remix Part 4: System Failure

Another excellent find  by  

The 4th in a series by Kirby Ferguson that looks at how our obsession with intellectual property is holding back our development. now 2 & 3 are also particularly good…

A brief history of intellectual property, or why 1790 was more culturally progressive than 2012.

For the past year, Kirby Ferguson has been tracing the history and evolution of remix culture in his fantastic ongoing series Everything Is A Remix with each episode tackling a different facet of collaborative creation.


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