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Blog - Institute of Making. Design Crowbar. Bizarre Bazar - Mike LIBBY - JOKER - MUGLER -… - Kate MacDOWELL... - Matthieu LAVANCHY - NOIR noir… Vendredi 15 juin 2012 5 15 /06 /Juin /2012 08:59 Par GLS - Publié dans : Bizarre Bazar -Communauté : partage 0 Mardi 12 juin 2012 2 12 /06 /Juin /2012 08:54 Matt Dangler Peintre américain Mardi 12 juin 2012 2 12 /06 /Juin /2012 08:36 Charlie Le Mindu & Clémence Bollet Directeur artistique & Réalisatrice de "Violence" avec entre autres, Willy Cartier & François Sagat Thanks & More...

Par GLS - Publié dans : Bizarre Bazar -Communauté : LA DERNIERE SEANCE 0 Lundi 11 juin 2012 1 11 /06 /Juin /2012 08:59 Lundi 11 juin 2012 1 11 /06 /Juin /2012 08:31 Samedi 9 juin 2012 6 09 /06 /Juin /2012 08:48 Greg Sand Plasticien/Bidouilleur d'images américain Par GLS - Publié dans : Bizarre Bazar -Communauté : partage 1. 10 Insanely Awesome Inspirational Manifestos. There are certain messages that serve to get you “back to one” when you find you’re going off course. Whether you use tools such as a manifesto, a personal mission statement, a vision board or a list similar to Benjamin Franklin’s “13 Virtues”, taking the time to identify with one and then keeping it handy is worthwhile – and perhaps even imperative. But in a lot of cases you don’t have to “reinvent the wheel”; there are some awesome inspirational manifestos that have already put out there for you to look at and use as a means to set you back on course.

Some come in the form of an image, some as a video, and some as nothing more than a blog post. One of those styles of presentation may resonate with you more than others, and yet you may want to have a selection to look at for the times where you need more than just a quick jolt of inspiration. 1. This is one of the best known ones on the web. 2. 3. the lululemon manifesto 4. 5. 6. Straight from the manifesto’s creator, Bruce Mau: 8. 10.

Benjamin Gaulon aka (я) | Recyclism and Collaborators :: Hardware Hacking / Recycling / Physical Computing. Bear 71: A Real World Multi-User Experience  You’ll know by now I’m a huge advocate of digital convergence, and this piece is one of the very best I’ve ever seen, it takes the concept to new heights… It’s called Bear 71, an interactive, multi-user documentary experience and installation that debuts at the Sundance Film Festival. Bear 71 Live observes and records the intersection of humans, nature and technology in a live, Internet connected event. Questioning how we see the world through the lens of technology, this multi-user, interactive story blurs the line between the wild world and the wired one, and allows users to explore the bear’s natural habitat in a number of very cool ways, including the Nature grid, though an array of motion sensors, live streaming web cams, GPS equipment and the like… It launch last weekend to 30,000 visits a day without any paid media.

Created by Jam3 and The National Film Board of Canada. Click here to experience Bear 71 now. Be Sociable, Share! Why Women Count: South Africa - Finding Grace - ViewChange.org. 1001idées pour faire décoller le monde. Online Portfolios on the Behance Network. The Creative Finder: Find Anyone from Anywhere on The Search Engine for Creatives. M O O D. Traverses. La seconde question à poser concerne Merah et sa surveillance - ou plutôt son défaut de surveillance. La première chose qui m'a frappé, c'est l'extrême professionnalisme du terroriste. Merah avait reçu une excellente formation et j'ai tendance à le croire quand il prétendait avoir suivi des sortes de cours particuliers. Sa formation est celle d'un tueur professionnel maniant parfaitement une gamme d'armes diversifiées et bien entretenues, sachant repérer ses victimes et agir avec un sang-froid parfait.

C'est pourquoi je n'ai pas cru une minute à la thèse de la culpabilité d'anciens militaires. Les militaires ne sont pas des terroristes et n'en ont pas la formation. Si les cibles de Merah n'avaient été aussi monstrueuses, on aurait tendance à dire que ce fut du beau travail - pas celui d'un simple combattant formé à la va-vite dans un camp d'entraînement pour moujahidine. Plutôt quelque chose comme une formation de services spéciaux. Il y a plusieurs réponses.

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Le site de Roger-Pol Droit. Anthrostrategist | Just another WordPress.com site. Treat others the way you want to be treated | Bulldog Drummond – Uncommon Sense. Flying to Greenville, South Carolina and taking time away from my family wasn’t on the top of my list of must-dos, but Food for Thought, an event produced by Erwin-Penland, was an amazing experience to fuel the mind. From the opening speaker to the closing performer, it was a marathon of inspiring learning opportunities. Speakers with world-changing stories moved the mind in every direction while Southern hospitality was served in unique venues with an intimate guest list of 80. The underlying and most compelling thought I walked away with is that no matter one’s background or station in life, every one of us is a walking possibility. The power of one person can make a significant difference in the lives of many if we put our minds and hearts into it.

Education was a thread expertly woven throughout the two-and-a-half days. Geoffrey Canada, the visionary social activist and educator, president and CEO of the Harlem Children’s Zone in Harlem, New York, kicked off the first night. Pinterest / Home. We make money not art.

PROTEUS MAG - ART + DESIGN MAGAZINE. Pixelcreation.fr magazine du graphisme design illustration video 3D: Accueil. 25 Intelligent Resume Ideas. 506 shares How to Make Your Website Stand Out Amongst all the Latest Trends You’ve worked hard to create a topnotch website that reflects the latest and greatest in technology, engaging content and design. You might be happy with it, but does it look any better than your competition? More importantly, does it hit all the right marks with your audience? Read More 756 shares 5 Things Every Great About Page Needs Your About page may not seem like a top priority to you, but it should be. Can teach the world to innovate, says author. Bookmark Images | Wookmark.

Imprimantes 3D : une vidéo pour comprendre les enjeux. Si cette dernière décennie commencée avec Napster a vu naître la révolution du partage de fichiers et des créations collaboratives (Wikipedia, les œuvres sous Creative Commons, les plateformes comme SourceForge ou Github…), celles qui s’ouvrent pourraient bien en reprendre les principes, et les adapter au monde matériel et industriel. Le mois dernier, nous avions vu comment les imprimantes 3D avaient connu leur première affaire de piratage, avec la reproduction matérielle d’un objet du film Super 8 produit par Paramount.

Mais il ne faudrait surtout pas prendre les imprimantes 3D pour une simple usine personnelle de clonage d’objets. Ce film espagnol réalisé par Carles Mora et Mariona Omedes, déniché par Jean-Michel Billaut, explique parfaitement les enjeux de la révolution industrielle en cours. L’an dernier, HP a lancé sa première imprimante 3D dédiée au grand public. :mnmlist. Influxinsights. [re]design - About.

[re]design hold innovative, engaging, accessible events for public, design trade and business audiences throughout the year. Our projects range from public exhibitions with tens of thousands of visitors, to inspiring in-house events tailor-made for partner organisations, to hands-on making workshops and lively debates. [re]design is a relationship building organisation and there are lots of ways to get involved. To find out more, sign up to the [re]design newsletter (below right). If your organisation is interested in partnering with us, take a look at the partners page, or contact us and pop round for a cup of tea. What we do Sustainable design exhibitions – we put on exhibitions to promote designers who don’t want to make landfill, and at the same time to educate visitors about sustainability in an inclusive and accessible way.

Making workshops – [re]design believe creativity can empower people. Brilliant books – we like to put our projects into publications. Prospective, changement, avenir. Ce blog est une gymnastique de la libre pensée, des idées neuves, des acteurs du changement … Pour tous ceux qui veulent vivre dans un environnement positif et vivre leur vie un peu comme une oeuvre d’art. Avec en home page : L’agence du changement : proâme.

Qu’est ce que la prospective sensible ? Pourquoi ? (quelle valeur) et comment faire de la prospective un outil opérationnel pour la stratégie, le design, la création, l’innovation, le marketing et la communication ? Les Magellan de l’avenir : ceux qui pensent demain et surtout veulent le construire. Des visions qui défrichent des terres inconnues. Avec des thèmes rubriques (catégories) structurés autour du changement et de l’avenir qui pourront évoluer sur le principe du vivant : Changement d’époque… changements de cap : portée par les grands explorateurs, vous découvrirez les nouveaux paradigmes de notre époque, ces changements d’économie, de sociétés et de comportements.

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About Daniel Pink. Short Bio: Daniel H. Pink is the author of five provocative books — including the long-running New York Times bestsellers, A Whole New Mind and Drive. His latest book, To Sell is Human, is a #1 New York Times business bestseller, a #1 Wall Street Journal business bestseller, and a #1 Washington Post nonfiction bestseller. Dan’s books have been translated into 34 languages and have sold more than 2 million copies worldwide. In 2013, Thinkers 50 named him one of the top 15 business thinkers in the world. He lives in Washington, DC, with his wife and their three children. Longer Bio: Daniel H. His latest is To Sell is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others, which offers a fresh look at the art and science of sales. In Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, Pink uses 50 years of behavioral science to overturn the conventional wisdom about human motivation and offer a more effective path to high performance.

TED: Ideas worth spreading. Projects That Make Cities Better. 1. Street Vendor Guide “There are more than 10,000 street vendors in NYC. …Vendors are fined $1000 for small violations, like parking their cart more than 18″ from the curb, and many vendors don’t know their rights when approached by police. The rulebook is intimidating and hard to understand by anyone, let alone someone whose first language isn’t English. To address these problems, I collaborated with Rosten Woo and John Mangin of the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP), Sean Basinski of The Street Vendor Project, and street vendors around NYC to develop this pamphlet so vendors can understand their rights, avoid fines, and earn an honest living.” 2.

“Many cities are full of vacant storefronts and people who need things. … I made these fill-in-the-blank stickers to provide an easy tool to voice what we want, where we want it. 3. desigNYC Matching firms with Nonprofits desigNYC’s aims to improve the lives of New Yorkers through the power of good design. “Our approach is multi-disciplinary. 2. Lamétéodujour. Lamétéodujour À propos ♡ Page facebook Ask me anything Like What You See?

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