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Quipsologies
~ Vol. 80 ~

A small-scale edition of Quipsologies.

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~ BRYONY ~

Update: Google has agreed to acquire YouTube for a $1.65 billion. More here, here, and here.

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Blogger Cameron Moll introduces Authentic Jobs, a targeted destination for standards-aware designers and developers and the companies seeking to hire them.

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Next time you are about to dump those books you are tired of reading, think about what can be done with them.

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Impossible celebrity couples.

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Three finalist designs for a big renovation of the New York Aquarium in Coney Island

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~ ARMIN VIT ~

The Free Font Manifesto. [Via]

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In my continuing “who does all this movie stuff?” concerns: Galleries of recent movie posters listed alphabetically by design agency (click on A to Col, etc. to see said galleries).

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The 2006 Election Day Advent Calendar. [Thanks to Andrew Seay for the link]

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A joyous amount of Herb Lubalin work. If you don’t find this beautiful there is something wrong with you. [Via]

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~ M. KINGSLEY ~

A diatribe against the current state of weather forecast graphics.

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(Uncle) Jean-Luc Godard; meetin’ Woody Allen

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“But the core argument that everyone is straining for distinction in a late capitalist global economy jammed with commodities and information, and that culture and creativity are what affords the producer the possibility of distinction, is surely both correct and relevant to the cultural and creative sector. It explains the universal prevalence of shock tactics in both art and advertising; but it also offers insights into the changing role of the creative artist and the artist’s sensibility in contemporary society, suggesting one that, far from being marginalized, is in fact more highly valued because of its capacity to individuate and discriminate.” – Adrian Ellis on Richard Lanham’s The Economics of Attention: Style and Substance in the Age of Information

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Just opened at London’s Between Bridges gallery: Sister Corita works from the 1960’s – with a catalog from Four Corners Books.

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diane witman’s comment is:

Wonderful link to the work of Herb Lubalin!!!

On Oct.09.2006 at 03:13 PM
Google buys the World for $1,000,000,000,000’s comment is:

may as well :)

Sam
MindSmack.com

On Oct.10.2006 at 03:09 PM