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Artist Publishes His Life Online Via A Custom iPhone App (And 3 Other Projects That Tackle Living In Public) In our digital information age where social media and pocket devices are king, our private lives are no longer so private. By now this is public knowledge, much like your tweets, and it’s become such a universal truth it’s practically a cliche to say it. Whether it’s a model tweeting about a married actor hitting on her or you tweeting about that band/sandwich/art show you went to see/eat/experience, the private/public divide that was once so tangible has now become less so. At a time when governments are snooping on citizens, when our devices track our every move via satellite, when Google monitors your web activity, and on one side of the spectrum we witness the evasion of privacy laws in the name of protection and national security, while on the other we willingly “check-in” on Foursquare or post images to Instagram to notify the world of our activities and locations, the whole privacy/public debate becomes ever more pertinent. And confusing. Just what is it we want?
The Indispensable Clock for your iPhone and iPad Tip: use the arrow keys on your keyboard to cycle through screenshots. Wake Up and Stay Healthy Let's admit it. Waking up is a game and we want to score big! Take your wake-up-on-time skills to a whole new level. Wake up early, make the most of your day, stay active, live healthy. Dom Pérignon by David Lynch Spending an afternoon with David Lynch in the penthouse of the Chateau Marmont isn't necessarily an everyday occurrence—the filmmaker, known for his surrealistic visions, actually admits that he rarely leaves the house if he doesn't have to. As the son of a forester, Lynch grew up spending time with his father in their woodshop, and now enjoys time at home creating his own art, photography and sound studios. Lynch did venture out recently to the home of his friend, special effects designer Gary D’Amico, to collaborate on a bottle and package design project for Dom Pérignon.
Marcus Thomas - About Columna: Para todos, todo - 500 películas legalmente gratuitas Tomado de Pijamasurf: Internet, como una gran biblioteca, guarda entre sus estantes verdaderos tesoros de la cultura universal, en este casi, 100 (de 500) películas que puedes ver gratuita y legalmente en línea. Internet, como una inmensa, infinita biblioteca, guarda entre sus anaqueles verdaderos tesoros de la cultura universal, muchos de los cuales permanecen escondidos o disimulados en la vasta cantidad de información que la Red conserva. Tal es el caso de una increíble compilación realizada por el sitio OpenCulture de 500 películas que es posible ver gratuita y legalmente por en línea. En algunos casos se trata de obras cuya propiedad intelectual ha caducado y, por ende, están disponibles para quienquiera utilizarlas sin hacer usufructo de ellas. En otros se trata de filmes recientes que sus creadores no dudaron en poner a circular libremente por la Red, en una especie de “servicio social intelectual” que cada día parece más común.
Miniature worlds by Takanori Aiba Incredible miniatures by illustrator/architect Takanori Aiba. tokyogoodidea.com via: emmeline + colossal Stanley Kubrick’s Photos of New York Life in the 40s Self portrait with showgirl Rosemary Williams 1948 – Photograph via VandM.com Stanley Kubrick—who wrote and directed Lolita, Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange and The Shining—was one of America’s most influential filmmakers. Directors ranging from the Coen Brothers to Tim Burton paid visual homage to his works in their own films, and no less than Steven Spielberg said: “Nobody could shoot a picture better in history.”