I will be bringing a bit of Project Runway to my hacker group, NYC Resistor on May 10th when we host Fashion Hacking: Open Working Studio. Come and hack fashion with us. BYOC (bring your own clothes) and we’ll have the tailoring tools, sewing machines, conductive thread, LED’s, soldering irons, and the Laser Cutter to help you hack clothes into fashionable technology. Fashion designers and hardware hackers will be on hand to help you.


Solving Problems…



Really? Your name is (Marketer)?

Damn, I want to be your Fan!


I spent today trying to get an openFrameworks app running on my iPhone, and now that I’ve gone through the headache, you don’t have to!  Getting the app running is the easy part.  Dealing with the provisioning and certificates and all of that shit ended up taking the most time.
I wrote this out kind of quickly after the whole process was done, so I am not 100% sure that everything is accurate, so if you have any trouble or something is unclear, please just leave a comment and I will fix it ASAP.


I had been wondering about this. The NY Government paid for it, so it should theoretically be the property of the so-called people, but they are busy suing other people for using it. Milton Glaser did it pro bono. Oh, copyright…


White House goes CC. From the white house site (right next to George Washington’s face):

Pursuant to federal law, government-produced materials appearing on this site are not copyright protected. The United States Government may receive and hold copyrights transferred to it by assignment, bequest, or otherwise.


Mantis: Profits and Prophets

Mantis: Profits and Prophets


xtine burrough and I just published Digital Foundations: an Intro to Media Design with the Adobe Creative Suite with AIGA Design Press/New Riders under a CC license (a first for the publisher.) The book teaches the formal principles and exercises of the Bauhaus through lessons in the Adobe Creati

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