we need to start fetishizing broccoli the same way we do steak. It might look a little silly at first for people to shove green things into their mouths and blog about the different textures of squash, but it would probably help us live a lot longer.
"There is temptation to place too much importance on those things that you're meant to do, and not on to little everyday happinesses. I think if you do what makes you happy on a daily basis, your days gather into years and you have a happy life. I don't want to think too far ahead. I want to make sure that I enjoy tomorrow, and the next day, a […]
The key decision made by those organising the project was to interview these prominent figures not just about technical or academic breakthroughs, but to contextualise these in their own personal journeys. As they put it: “Scientists talk candidly about their motivations, frustrations and triumphs, as well as their colleagues, families and childhoods. They r […]
ompelling online platform that's both a valuable learning resource and a great marketing tool, showcasing the broadcaster's breadth of content and promoting programmes past and present. Its intuitive design means even those who rarely browse the web should feel comfortable using the service, and the flexible coding framework provides a simpler, mor […]
“Right now we have a situation where ad agencies are screwing around, trying to embrace technologies that they don’t quite understand, trying to prove they are with it,” he said. “The world is full of these people dancing from foot to foot, but there aren’t many of us coming up and saying, ‘Got a match?’ ”
Open content is inevitable. Some cultural institutions will jump aboard, and some will stay behind. For the coming generations, even more so than today, art that is not available online might just as well not exist. It is the responsibility of the art world and the tech world to make sure our cultural heritage gets onboard the “Noah’s Ark” of open content. O […]