jacob:

Electric Objects: A Computer Made for Art
A framed high-definition screen with integrated computer that hangs on your wall and brings art from the Internet into your home.
I’m excited to announce that I’m joining Electric Objects as Co-founder and Director of Product, Software. It’s a collision of a lot of things I’ve been intrigued by lately: creating internet art, building things with my hands, figuring out hardware. I’m excited to build something that’s worthy of a place in people’s homes.
It’s available for pre-order on Kickstarter now, check it out!

I have been waiting for years for this exact thing. FINALLY!!!!!!!!

jacob:

Electric Objects: A Computer Made for Art

A framed high-definition screen with integrated computer that hangs on your wall and brings art from the Internet into your home.

I’m excited to announce that I’m joining Electric Objects as Co-founder and Director of Product, Software. It’s a collision of a lot of things I’ve been intrigued by lately: creating internet art, building things with my hands, figuring out hardware. I’m excited to build something that’s worthy of a place in people’s homes.

It’s available for pre-order on Kickstarter now, check it out!

I have been waiting for years for this exact thing. FINALLY!!!!!!!!

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Now That&#8217;s What I Call Foreshadowing!!!!

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rickwebb:

My friend Diana did a post recently musing on the streaming nature of social media and how sometimes important news can get missed as the events in people’s lives just scroll by. She made a nice post about the basic facts. I liked it. So I’m going to do it too. 

I left the Barbarian Group almost ten months ago. Since then, I’ve been working on a book about advertising, tech and economics. I’ve also been working on a novel about ghosts. I have been working for about six months to open a new coworking space in Williamsburg called Secret Clubhouse, that will be opening in this summer. 

On top of all that, I have some new exciting work I am doing. I will be working for Tumblr for the next six months on a full time basis as a consultant for their Sales and Marketing team. I’ve been talking to them and working with them for a while on an advisory basis, but I think now is the time and come and help them for a while in a more hard core manner. I obviously love Tumblr, but I also love that they are committed to this whole “good” thing when it comes, well, anything, but also to advertising and revenue. Much like we were at The Barbarian Group. Most of the advertising on the web is crap still, and after fifteen years of working to make it less offensive from the agency side, I’m excited to help try and do so from the platform side for a while. 

Since the dawn of time, advertising has swung back and forth like a pendulum. It goes from the hard selling direct ads of Wanamaker and Draft back to the creative side of Bernbach and Bogusky. I really believe that the eternal pendulum is swinging back from direct to creative, and perhaps for the first time on the web in a good 20 years since we took our first miserable stab with the banner. Ha. Native advertising, premium content, getting out of the banner box and being integrated and real. I mean, I think about this so much that this is what I’ve been writing this mythical book about (and don’t worry, it’s still coming along). 

And Tumblr’s all about creativity and creators, from product to community. I’m excited to help make sure that commitment extends to any advertising they do. 

It’s gonna rule. 

I’ve got some other things coming up soon too, and they are going to be awesome too, but that news is for another day. 

Obviously I could not be more excited about this development.

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Caine's Arcade from Nirvan Mullick on Vimeo.

A 9 year old boy - who built an elaborate cardboard arcade inside his dad's used auto part store - is about to have the best day of his life.

Help Caine's Scholarship Fund:
http://cainesarcade.com

Caine's Arcade Online:
http://facebook.com/cainesarcade
http://twitter.com/cainesarcade

Credits:
Directed by Nirvan
http://twitter.com/nirvan

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npr:

A 9-year-old boy who built an elaborate cardboard arcade inside his dad’s used auto parts store is about to have the best day of his life.

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This is fantastic. My faith in humanity is restored. — Tanya

So awesome.

Ok - that put a serious grin on my face that’s gonna last for a while. Best thing I’ve seen in a long long time!

This is the sweetest thing you’ll see all day. 

Maybe all week. Watch. 

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david:

#3 in time spent online!! I love you guys. :D

(via Nielsen’s Social Media Report: Q3 2011)

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