Steve Jobs gave little heed to preconceptions about what could and could not be done. Should we all follow that example?
Hustwit categorizes U.S. cities as “bad, really bad.” His proposed solution: a mix of good design, apolitical vision, and civic engagement.
The Greenhouse Project could generate as much as 8,000 pounds of produce every 12 weeks.
Robert Stadler reinvents some of the typical objects found in our homes.
Genis Carreras uses minimal graphic design to explain some of the world’s thorniest philosophical ideas, from relativism to atheism.
Or, why smiley faces are more motivating than points and badges.
The electronics for the “Faraday,” created with master framebuilders at Rock Lobster, disappear seamlessly into the bike’s design.
The social bookmarking site is powerful. But you probably have no idea just how powerful.