There are a lot of books on this list that I have read and/or own. There's quite a few that I would strongly dispute belong on this list for a variety of reasons, many of them already eloquently... Read Whole Comment + There are a lot of books on this list that I have read and/or own. 75 must-read geek books | TechRepublic Photo Gallery
Posted by Adrian Singer on 03/26/2010 in Web Design | ∞ Ecology is a matter of principles, of content and of being. However, when ‘going green’, you don’t only have to be as such, but also to appear. That’s why graphic and web materials that deal with ecology need to be attractive if they want to reach their divulgation targets. 5 Green Websites Built on Flash
Posted by Ariela Ross on 06/10/2010 in Graphics , Inspiration | ∞ The Best of Tux: 75+ Wallpaper Designs Featuring the Linux Mascot
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Digital Arts is a biweekly show on Intel Software TV. Hosted by Steve Pitzel and aimed at the Artist/Animator community, you can watch new episodes every other week (Thursdays at 9AM Pacific Time) and chat LIVE with Steve to share your comments or questions. Or, you can peruse past episodes in the player above, or find more detail in the "show notes" blog posts below. Digital Arts on Intel Software Network TV
It's the rare viral phenomenon that achieves any degree of poignancy, but Randy Pausch's last lecture certainly is that exception. Pausch, a professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University, was diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer and delivered a lecture in September 2007 titled "Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams." Randy Pausch's Last Lecture - YouTube's 50 Best Videos
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YouTube's most viewed video of all time is an unlikely champion. Seen more than 170 million times since its posting in May 2007, "Charlie Bit My Finger" was never meant to be anything more than a family flick. But the Internet's hive mind saw something it liked and catapulted the clip, which depicts a laughing British baby gnawing on the finger of his crying brother, past "Evolution of Dance" as YouTube's views champ by the fall of 2009. See video of YouTube's train wrecks. Charlie Bit My Finger - YouTube's 50 Best Videos
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