Frank has published the (beautifully designed) text of his closing XOXO keynote.
The newest Kirby Ferguson video looks at remixing through the lens of the newest Star Wars film.
A wonderful collection of treasures excavated from GeoCities. Explore, enjoy, and remember what a crime it is that Yahoo wiped out so much creativity and expression.
Steve Albini’s barnstorming keynote address at Melbourne’s Face the Music conference.
I loved this talk from Travis at New Adventures in Web Design, especially when he talked of the importance of Geocities and MySpace in democratising creative expression on the web.
We may have later bonded over that Ze Frank quote while in the toilet at the after-party …there may have even been hugs.
Steven Johnson describes the beautifully chaotic way that ideas collide and coalesce. Oh, and this bit…
Listening to Cerf talk about the origins of the Internet — and thinking about the book project — made me wonder who had actually come up with the original idea for a decentralized network. So that day, I tweeted out that question, and instantly got several replies. One of those Twitter replies pointed to a Wired interview from a decade ago with Paul Baran, the RAND researcher who was partially responsible for the decentralized design.
This is your one-stop shop for envelope-pushing in the browser:
Take some time out to read this. Read all of this. Craig’s thoughts on the nature of publishing today:
Digital’s effect on how we produce, distribute and consume content.
Brendan giving one of the “inspired sessions” at last year’s Flash On The Beach one evening in the Brighton Dome.
Stephen Johnson wrote a book. Frank Chimero did a doodle.
You'll need to use Instapaper/Readability/Safari Reader to make it legible, but this conversation is well worth reading. Now I want to get those books.
It's well worth paying attention to this site, the accompaniment to the four-part series of videos entitled "Everything is a Remix."
A fantastically detailed look by Michael at the evolution of the design of Chewbacca.
I'll be sitting in judgement on the entries to this neat competition which harks back to the good ol' days of 5k.org.
Tom says it like it is. Making A Thing generates empathy.
A platform game? A platform for games!
Matt's opening keynote from Reboot 11 in Copenhagen.