Cultivate

Zinedine Zidane's bronze headbutt, MoCA Cleveland, Hotel Droog and more in our look at the web this week

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.”

Form 1

Brooklyn Nets' high-tech arena, the new Myspace, Google Field Trip and more in our look at the web this week

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.

The New Myspace

Brooklyn Nets' high-tech arena, the new Myspace, Google Field Trip and more in our look at the web this week

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.