• The Paper of Record makes our existence official: we’re featured, at some length, on the New York Times’s Lens blog.
• Last Sunday’s Washington Post business section […]
Nick Bilton, the Times’s “Bits” blogger, has a nice long post up about the reasons big companies lose their ability to invent, and investigates the reasons Polaroid and Kodak didn’t go on to create Instagram. He leaves a few things out of the analysis–like the huge infrastructure investments the two companies had in film, […]
The New York Times’s Lens blog, devoted to photography and film and other visual media, is today featuring the work of Jem Cohen, a moviemaker who has also been wielding a Polaroid camera in New York City for the past three decades. He specializes in distant, somewhat mysterious images of urban decay […]
Anyone run across the word “skeuomorph” lately? It describes a visual vestige—a traditional form that reappears in some other context where it’s meaningless. For example, if an object was once made of leather pieces stitched together but is now made of molded plastic on which designers have added fake molded stitches, those seams are skeuomorphs.
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