The art: Andy Warhol, Telephone, 1961.
The news: So much for the end of the humble telephone (winked at here by Warhol), right? As a phone-hacking scandal brings down leaders at No. 10 Downing Street, News Corporation, the Metropolitan Police and elsewhere around the UK, I’m glued to The Guardian’s coverage. This morning’s David Carr column in the New York Times is also recommended. Consider Warhol’s Telephone within the context of the scandal (as I am) by way of this 2008 write-up from the Los Angeles Times’ Christopher Knight.
The source: Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
Shawn Blanc’s Blast from the Past Link Day is a great idea. Here are some of my favorite past posts…
I dig this meme!
Shoveling back into the AZ* galactic hovel, here are a few of my blasts from the past:
Captain America WW2 propaganda posters (+variants) for Mondo in conjunction with Paramount Pictures.
The first 30 days of Fab.com have been an extraordinary ride that has vastly exceeded even our greatest expectations.
We are thrilled at the way people have embraced our website and our core belief that everyone can benefit from making design more approachable and affordable.
The art: Daniela Rossell, Untitled (Janita Harem Room, Villa Arabesque, Acapulco, Mexico) from the series “Ricas y Famosas,” 2001. The series is available in book form.
The news: “To Reach for Simple Life of Summer Camp, Lining Up for Private Jets,” by Christine Haughney for the New York Times. Better yet, read Gawker’s take on the (utterly ridiculous) story.
Nerds, it’s almost Shark Week!
Imagine you have some HTML that represents a grid of products on a page. It’s marked up like the following:
<ul class="product-set"> <li class="product"> <h3 class="product-title">Title</h3> </li> <li class="product"> <h3 class="product-title">Title</h3> </li> </ul>
When a user hovers over…
Well, we’re a week away from 11.04 so I decided that I would collate the information about Unity on the web and put it into one nice page for everyone to find. Got some more tips you’d like to add? Add them in the to the answer!