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Get under this umbrella →
Perusing this umbrella site (which links to many cool things) is sure to provide some good inspiration. My favorites are the b/w pieces on the Iowa farmers, the intimate portraits of families in Pontiac, Michigan, and the stories on AIDS cases around the world. Also interesting is 100 days of Michelle Obama’s fashion. And there’s a whole bunch of other stuff. For a special treat, see...
THE VICE GUIDE TO NORTH KOREA - VBS.TV →
News that doesn’t taste like broccoli
lilacina: Zach Condon (Beirut) - Une petite chanson fredonnée on Vimeo (via Vimeo) La Blogotheque’s ‘Takeaway Shows’ have a perfectly lovely aesthetic.
in Bb 2.0 - a collaborative music/spoken word... →
lilacina: Kind of collaborative, entirely spectacular
Radio Diaries →
NPR gives recorders to people who might not otherwise have their stories told , and they keep audio diaries for several months. They then work with NPR producers to turn their recordings into incredible stories that run on ATC.
The atomic unit of consumption for existing media is almost always disrupted by...– graceified, The atomic unit of consumption for existing media…
Video overlay for Movie Location Travel Snapshots
“Awesome I F—-in’ Shot That”, 2006 user-generated concert movie
Mind-blowing interactive - box office receipts →
There is a new profession of trail blazers, those who find delight in the task...– The Atlantic Online | July 1945 | As We May Think | Vannevar Bush (via Newsless)
The Extraordinaries →
Do something awesome in just 20 minutes
It sounds impressive: twelve thousand people. But the challenge was not...– Get Off the Bus : CJR
All Eyes On MMJ // Current
'Hi, I'm ...' →
Flickr groups with weekly themes. Boy are there a... →
Cool faces-y interactive →
Look at the cool shiznat they did. It’s one way to show lots of people in one big place. And it got me interested in the possibilities of cutouts and how to show an aggregate of info and data in an engaging way… good for showing celebrities and faces of many.