del.icio.us facebook flickr mySpace YouTube I Wish Your Wish by Rivane Neuenschwander The wishes of various people are printed on textile ribbons, which relate to the church Nosso Senhor do Bonfim in São Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. The ribbons are worn around the wrist where they are tied with three knots. A wish is made as each knot is tied. According to the tradition, the wishes come true when the ribbons tear apart and fall off the wrist. Visitors are welcome to take a ribbon and leave a wish behind. Wishes are collected and used to print new ribbons for the wall. Just a Bit More by Ranjani Shettar, interact with it hereUnknown Forces by Apichatpong WeerasethakulGo see it in person, this is just a picture of a picture of a pictureTo really see it needs the big screens and big sounds.
Mercedes Bell, a researcher for onlineuniversities.com, shared an article The Art of Digital Storytelling. The article makes several good points and provides numerous examples graphed below. When digital storytelling is […]
Taking an idea apart can be very informative. Especially when various parts need to be updated and optimized, continually changing like software releases.
There needs to be a better way to get a longer perspective on what surrounds ideas and information. Where they came from, how they have evolved, and which parts need to stay connected so they can hold together and stand the test of time.
What would it be like to trace the history of standards and technology adoption through time?