Somewhere between our inboxes and our coffee cups, we find a moment to sift through our mailing lists, scroll an endless stream of tweets and otherwise chase the rabbit. Sometimes these momentary drifts payout, as they have this week. There's likely something for almost everyone.
Building off Negroponte’s convergence model, Hugh Dubberly shares his thoughts on Convergence 2.0.
A collection of cognitive models depicting the influence of Bergson, Dewey, Simon and others on design (thinking) and learning.
Chartwell is a divine discovery for those that frequently find themselves needing to create graphs for print and web.
Type loving anglophones have reason to rejoice – The Letter Fountain is finally available in English!
Netflix shows that content creation isn't profitable; content aggregation is.