Leadership and Leitkultur - NYTimes.com →
Jürgen Habermas’ Op-Ed for the NYT.
Parsons :: Research and Projects :: The Sheila C.... →
This opens on October 30 and only runs for a couple of weeks, but LOOK at all the awesome artists who will be involved: Participating artists: Melanie Crean; Azin Feizabadi and Kaya Behkalam; Andrea Geyer and Sharon Hayes; Yael Kanarek; Carlos Motta; Martha Rosler; the Iraqi/U.S. Cross Wire Collective; Mark Tribe; and the Yes Men. Artists presenting talks and performances include Wafaa Bilal,...
And what was it about these people that made them seem vulnerable? A later study...– How Psychopaths Choose Their Victims | Psychology Today Eep! Just in time for Halloween.
TasteSpotting | a community driven visual potluck →
After a couple disappointing tries at FoodNetwork.com, I’ve found a recipe repository that I very much like.
Jeffrey Deitch Takes Hollywood - NOWNESS →
MOCA’s new director shows us around his Los Feliz home.
Save on Hotel Rates by Pretending You're a Student →
Pitchfork: Video: The Books: “I Didn’t Know That”
Do They Know It’s Halloween - a charity single for UNICEF featuring Beck, David Cross, members of The Arcade Fire, The Postal Service, Rilo Kiley, R.E.M, Sum41, and more. Finally, this is seasonally appropriate again!
Design*Sponge » biz ladies: how to avoid burnout →
Because we are more than machines, you know/
ZOMBIE SEARS →
Well done, marketing department.
The 2010 Horizon Report: Museum Edition, the first report in the series to look...– 2010 Horizon Report: Museum Edition | NMC
I'M TEACHING A CLASS AT THE HAMMER →
…but it’s for kids ages 8-13. Do you know any kids ages 8-13 who might want to talk about Nabokov and synaesthesia on a Sunday afternoon? Of course you do.
Conflux 2010 →
Looking at the program for this year’s Conflux (a yearly festival of psychogeography in NYC), I realized that we (and by we, I mean you and me, beloved internet friend) could probably come up with a really good project for next year.