Cut & Paste 2010

The one-of-a-kind digital design tournament takes on ten global cities for its fifth-annual competition

New age innovators John Fiorelli, Jamie Falkowki and Bill Irwin kick their fifth-annual design competition Cut & Paste off this Saturday, 2 October 2010, at New York City’s Webster Hall. With tour dates in ten different cities around the world this year—NYC, SF, LA, London, Berlin, Mexico City, Sao Paulo, Bangkok, Seoul and Tokyo—the tournament’s pitting of digital designers against each other in design categories …

My Story, My Goal

Journalism students task colleagues around the globe with bringing Millennium Goal stories to life

The United Nations Millennium Development Goals—the ambitious list of global objectives put together by world leaders in September of 2000—have just five years until the deadline and are seriously behind schedule. With pie-in-the-sky targets like education for everyone everywhere and ending extreme poverty and hunger, students at the Knight Center for International Media from the University of Miami’s School of Communication decided to take a …

Oil Primer: Where It Comes From, Where It Goes

Offshore drilling goes under the microscope in a smart new infographic

From artist Stanford Kay, this exhaustive infographic (click here for full size) shows the sticky situations many nations face with their high dependence on oil and limited resources for getting it. Created in response to the recent BP oil spill as an increasing omnipresent reminder of the dark side of modern life, we appreciate how data visualizations such as this (regularly featured on Good Magazine) …