Examining the natural world with unconventional eyes, print publication Wilder Quarterly recently joined the team at the New York Times with a regular column in T Magazine. The first installment, penned by WQ editor Abbye Churchill, covers MoMA’s current J. Morgan Puett exhibition, Common Sense, which highlights the artist’s creative “domesticating.”
MIT Media Lab alumni have launched a Kickstarter campaign for the Form 1, a low-cost, high-resolution 3-D printer. Formlabs boasts that the stereolithographic printer produces much sharper, faster and quieter results than comparably priced FDM printers at the touch of a button. A few short days following the launch, the Form 1 has already exceeded its $100,000 goal by tenfold, making it a million-dollar startup.
British designer Aled Lewis called it: Myspace is back. The social networking site recently received a highly anticipated redesign, sporting a cleaner, more user-friendly interface. With no specific launch date set yet, interested parties can browse the promotional videos and tools to learn more of what’s to come.