The Royal Society for the Protection of Designers, hosted at pink928.com is a great ventilation of corporate angst!
Next week in New York the AIGA presents a lecture Design to Inform: How can design make information accessible, usable and perhaps even sublime? Visual presentations and a panel discussion of designers and a design critic will address the role design plays when trying to foster civics, give vital information clarity or make large databases public. A panel discussion with Antenna, creators of the MTA …
We’re getting another dog in a couple weeks and have been working through several name possibilities. It would be nice if there was a way to search for names by the number of letters. Alas, not that many people are freakish enough to care about the number of letters. Anyway, here is a good long list of names.
Cherry Skateboards are supposed to be for girls, but I like them too. Nice deck designs!
The Pocket Calculator Show is a site dedicated to vintage electornics. In this case, items from the 70’s and 80’s are already vintage. The photo above proves that Sony has understood the concept of mobility for quite awhile now. It’s the Music Shuttle, circa 1983. The Shuttle allows you to take your music player from your car and and use it like a walkman.