At 10 p.m. on the final Wednesday of May, shrouded in the darkness of our basement, my wife and I did something we used to do quite often, but now—in the 23rd year of our marriage—we do only rarely. We sat on our couch and watched a television show at the time it aired.
In 2011, the Dutch industrial giant Philips unveiled something it called the Microbial Home.
Since I started this blog just about 11 years ago, I’ve somehow managed to write just over 5,100 posts. That’s an average of more than one post a day for 11 years. I suppose you could say I’m what’s known as a “life-long learner.
An AMP story is a full-screen visual storytelling experience that conveys information with images, videos, graphics, audio, and more. It’s perfect for users who want bite-sized, visually-rich content. The basic ingredients that go into an AMP story are individual pages.
This collection of cards came out of a workshop on Data-Driven Storytelling in Dagstuhl, 2016. We investigated how data-driven stories work, how they are different from other types of narratives and also other types of data visualization.
In 2013, Jason Kottke wrote a prediction for Nieman Lab’s year-end roundup: “The blog is dead, long live the blog.” Kottke was then (and still is) owner of one of the longest continuously running blogs on the web: kottke.org, founded in 1998. “Sometime in the past few years, the blog died.
U.S. forces killed scores of Russian mercenaries in Syria last week in what may be the deadliest clash between citizens of the former foes since the Cold War, according to one U.S. official and three Russians familiar with the matter.
The 1990s will belong to the customer. And that is great news for the marketer. Technology is transforming choice, and choice is transforming the marketplace.
There will be no reward from this learning except your own. No audience will be assembled, no feedback to calibrate this mic. The classics will be manufactured out of an accumulation of discipline, forgetfulness, open-source drafts. You will emerge on the other side no better, no more capable than before. A continued presence the only metric of your improvement. http://ift.tt/2BNmg8X
Such was the video message from Guillermo del Toro prior to the showing of his latest film The Shape of Water at the Tokyo International Film Festival 2017. The film has already taken home the esteemed Golden Lion at this year’s Venice Film Festival. An honor this masterpiece more than deserves.