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Monthly Archives: June 2008

Leaving a city

Leaving a city
Leaving a city
It’s my last week in Paris so don’t be surprised if I don’t post anything this week.
It’s the fourth city I’m leaving in the last four year and I began to realize that each and everytime, I’m identifying each and everything I’ll do for the last time, important or totally irrelevant [...]

links for 2008-06-27

Michael Jackson & Eddie Murphy - What’s up with you
I don’t know where I was in 1993, but I definitly missed that.
(tags: music)

McDonald’s: Night
Can only be read at night. Clever.
(tags: advertising)

Google Map Maker
(tags: maps tools)

Yahoo! Buzz
(tags: analytics statistics technology)

A lifestyle or way of life drawing upon the period of history during which men and women [...]

today’s links

Michael Jackson & Eddie Murphy - What’s up with you
I don’t know where I was in 1993, but I definitly missed that.
Gas could fall to $2 if Congress acts, analysts say
The price of retail gasoline could fall by half, to around $2 a gallon, within 30 days of passage of a law to limit speculation [...]

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links for 2008-06-24

Stealth Wealth: Un-Pimp Your Ride
Make Magazine details how you can camouflage your slavishly maintained bicycle into something that looks like it’s from Mad Max to ward off would-be thieves.
(tags: culture marketing)

George Carlin dies at age 71 | Reuters
He was one of my fav comedian …
“George Carlin, a counter-culture hero famed for his routines about drugs, [...]

links for 2008-06-23

Hide & Seek Festival 2008 : Social Games and Playful Experiences
Hide and Seek is a festival of social games and playful experiences, running in London from the 27th to the 29th of June 2008. It will encompass everything from fine artists making location-based work to huge flashmob games within the public spaces of the
(tags: culture [...]

links for 2008-06-20

Microsoft Live Labs: Photosynth
ur software takes a large collection of photos of a place or an object, analyzes them for similarities, and then displays the photos in a reconstructed three-dimensional space, showing you how each one relates to the next. It’s nothing new but I talked to
(tags: visualization Photography)

Tie Association, a Fashion Victim, Calls It [...]

links for 2008-06-19

Invite-Only Fashion Sites
Invite-Only shopping sites promise a “velvet rope” experience and exclusive deals. Is this a backlash to the egalitarian H&M ‘fashion for the masses’ movement? Can the perception of exclusivity actually increase sales?
(tags: business fashion)

LOOKBOOK.nu: collective fashion consciousness.
LOOKBOOK.nu is a source for fashion inspiration from real people around the world.
(tags: fashion trends)

American Apparel now [...]

links for 2008-06-18

Cannes Lions 2008
(tags: advertising marketing)

links for 2008-06-17

How the U.S. got its Canadian copyright bill
I don’t post often about politics, but this is just both sad and frightening. Sad coz we just lost our rights over US pressure. Frightening because of the bill.
Just after 11:00 a.m. last Thursday, the U.S. got its Canadian copyright bill.
(tags: politics)

M.I.A. retires
MIA called her performance at Bonnaroo [...]