Category: design think­ing

Sesame’s a Hotel Cat who lives at Rag & Fam­ish in North Syd­ney. via Dis­tillery Cats, on Insta­gram

The Death of Flair: Friday's Goes Minimalist

Collectors Weekly

yeah, but what hap­pens to the antiques?

truth told, restau­rant kitsch has been dying a slow death for the last decade.

Fat Alice reclin­ing on her cor­nu­copia chair; draw her like one of your french girls. here she is, on Insta­gram.

Did I Kill Gawker?

New York Magazine

Or was it Nick Den­ton? Hulk Hogan? Peter Thiel? Or the inter­net?

Max Read asks the Big Girl ques­tions about who real­ly threw Gawk­er under the bus. (It was actu­al­ly prob­a­bly a lit­tle of every­one.)

she’s over on Insta­gram, and her narration’s real good.

South­ern Sky Brew­ing Com­pa­ny in Ken­ne­saw, GA just hired an entire lit­ter of Dis­tillery Cats. via Insta­gram.

If There Are Aliens Out There, Where Are They?

Scientific American

okay, so where are they?

Sim­ple life appeared on Earth almost as soon as the plan­et cooled suf­fi­cient­ly to sup­port water-based organ­isms. To be detectable from a dis­tance, how­ev­er, life has to evolve to the point where it dom­i­nates the plan­e­tary sur­face chem­istry and has sig­nif­i­cant­ly changed the atmos­phere, cre­at­ing chem­i­cal “biosig­na­tures” that can in prin­ci­ple be detect­ed remote­ly.

Lau­ra Balke takes the road trips I dream about, over on her Insta­gram

In the North of England there is a longstanding tradition of eating gingerbread on the anniversary of the attempt in 1605 to blow up the Houses of Parliament. the old foodie

Guy Fawkes Night Cake

Guy Fawkes Night Cake, plus more ideas of where Bon­fire Night cakes came from. spoil­er: not Chris­t­ian tra­di­tion..

What Does the Internet Bring to the Concept of a Country?

Open Transcripts

Inter­net? State­hood?

what hap­pens to state­hood when phys­i­cal place mat­ters so much less to thoughts of iden­ti­ty?

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