Friday, January 30, 2009

Yay Posting!

1. This is so cute
2. Interesting thoughts on the rights of robots. I love Wired, they have some good people with long minds.
3. In a related note: self (re)assembling robot video
4. Fascinating article. I've thought about this before (anyone who's seen the global urban demographic forecasts for the next 50 years can't avoid the implications) but this is the first article I've seen on the needs of "secondary forests" that cover areas abandoned by humans who have left for the cities.
5. I want to read the whole document, it's just.... a little intimidating.
6. I want to volunteer for a project like this

Tuesday, January 27, 2009


More links, not so creative today.

1. Good post, Christopher Alexander was amazing and insightful reading A Timeless Way of Building changed the way I looked at the world
2. Long thoughts, we'll see where things go

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Back Now

Inauguration was good. Feeling very uncreative. More digest posts. Sorry

1. Possibly my favorite "Bush is leaving" article
2. I can't decide if this is cute or creepy
3. I read this, then noticed the author and was like, "huh????"

Friday, January 16, 2009

More digest

I haven't felt up to much writing lately, not sure why...

Anyways, have another digest edition

1. I've wondered about this, environmentalists are so often pie in the sky that it helps to bring them back down to earth from time to time.
2. This might be useful
3. The writer makes a good point
4. I'm going to volunteer for this

Thursday, January 15, 2009


1. Good bye Mr McGoohan

2. Ecosystem services markets are interesting

3. Good writing advice

4. I like this comic

Wednesday, January 14, 2009


I like this trash-can design.

Here's a great article on software creation

Monday, January 5, 2009

Back from holiday break

Here are some good (but looooooong) articles about the financial crisis on the NYT. I'll provide breaks for my readers =)

1. The End of the World as we know it.

2. Break

3. How to repair the financial system.

4. Break, the discordian influence that seems to be more prominent in my life recently rejoices in the fact this this man will probably be the next US Senator from MN.

5. Last and longest. Warning: not for the jargon and density faint of heart, but it's worth it if you stick it out.