Un periódico holandés compara las imágenes de Obama y Kim Jong Un. No son tan diferentes.
Lapin s’est promené en Toscane et nous a ramené pleins de croquis dans ses valises!!!
Some sketches made by Lapin in Toscania.| décembre 2013
The Stream has been the organizing metaphor for the web for the past several years. In May 2009, a high-ranking editor of TechCrunch identified and summarized this grand shift in the way people used and talked about the web.
“Information is increasingly being distributed and presented in real-time streams instead of dedicated Web pages. The shift is palpable, even if it is only in its early stages,” Erick Schonfeld wrote. “Web companies large and small are embracing this stream. It is not just Twitter. It is Facebook and Friendfeed and AOL and Digg and Tweetdeck and Seesmic Desktop and Techmeme and Tweetmeme and Ustream and Qik and Kyte and blogs and Google Reader. The stream is winding its way throughout the Web and organizing it by nowness.”
A simple way to describe this change: The New York Times on Twitter or Facebook or the Times Wire? That’s The Stream. The New York Times paper or homepage? Not stream.
The Stream represents the triumph of reverse-chronology, where importance—above-the-foldness—is based exclusively on nowness.
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The latest It’s Okay To Be Smart video is a stunner. It’s fun to take 8 minutes to sit and think about the enormity of the Universe and what else might be out there. Also, the video ends with my very favorite piece of writing by Ray Bradbury, If Only We Had Taller Been, read by the author himself.
The other day, when I saw Joe tweet about this video, I was getting into my car to drive home. I kept thinking about it on the drive, wondering what he might have to teach us about exoplanets and ourselves, and I just couldn’t wait to watch it. So I pulled into my driveway and pushed play on my phone. By the end of it, I had goosebumps. It was my first It’s Okay To Be Smart ”driveway moment" and I’m sure it won’t be my last. This stuff just gets better and better and better. Bravo, Joe.
And this is MY first goosebump moment at having someone say such nice things about something I made :)
Thank you, thank you thank you thank you. The only greater gift than getting to wonder and create and teach for a living is the people that I get to reach: You guys! Put a bow on yourselves or something and get under my tree, the whole lot of you!