Vivian Kubrick rockin it at the Korova Milk Bar
(via Vivian Kubrick’s Photos Captured on the Sets of Stanley Kubrick’s Films – Flavorwire)
A designer’s work is not only about how the things look, but also their behaviors in response to interaction, and the adjustments they make between their fixed states. In fact, designing the way elements adapt and morph in the in-between moments is half of your work as a designer. You’re crafting the interstitials.
‘Blind (Frankie Knuckles Remix)’ by Hercules & Love Affair
Thanks Cam, great tune!!
In conjunction with the launch, Tresorit is upping the bounty for its hacking challenge from $25,000 to $50,000. Since the challenge began over a year ago, more than 1,000 hackers, including participants from MIT, Stanford, Harvard and Caltech, have tried unsuccessfully to break in. (via Tresorit Launches Its End-to-End Encrypted File-Sharing Service)
Researchers Demonstrate Electronic Health Patches
Wearing a fitness tracker on your wrist or clipped to your belt is so 2013.
Engineers at the Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Northwestern Univ. have demonstrated thin, soft stick-on patches that stretch and move with the skin and incorporate commercial, off-the-shelf chip-based electronics for sophisticated wireless health monitoring.
Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/04/researchers-demonstrate-electronic-health-patches
The new addition to Google Maps (Angkor Wat) is due to the Google Cultural Institute. The goal of the institute is to turn cultural icons like ancient ruins, museums and historic landmarks into 3-D digital versions that people can talk tours of on their computers. (via Google Maps Has a New Addition)
Throughout 2014, the Project Ara team will be working on a series of alpha and beta MDK releases. We welcome developer input to the MDK: either through the Ara Module Developers mailing list/forum or at one of the series of Developers Conferences. (via MDK — Project Ara)
Needed to raise $50,000, already raised $2,000,000 and have 27 days to go. $299 for a 3D printer, who wouldn’t back it!!
Via the Wall Street Journal: How mergers made Comcast and Time Warner Cable have become two of the biggest corporations in the United States.
The two corporate giants traveled to the Senate Judiciary Committee this morning to discuss the telecom merger to end all telecom mergers.