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Monday, November 02, 2009

Painful death of the American economic dream

This crisis has been a long time in coming, and history suggests that the period of upheaval will be long and painful, just as it was between 1914 and 1945

Larry Elliott,
Monday 2 November 2009

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Making Worlds

ne dans la rue


Newspapers are cutting back on journalists and art reviewers. Meanwhile a load off the Telegraph reviewers have started their own news desk in the form of The Arts Desk. Maybe they are onto the new model papers have been talking about for so long.

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

fixing display ads

With the NY AdAge conf due in October, discussion is hotting up around display adverts.

I think display ads have to do the following:-
stop measuring click throughs, it's like checking how many people go straight from the TV set to the shop, the world doesn't work like that. Users online are exposed to many adverts and ignore most and take notice of some. That's the fact that brands need to face up to. Quality exposure time is the key part of the campaign. Unfortunately that means asking people their opinions, how ever old fashioned that may seem. Read more

what would she do?

Thursday, September 03, 2009

library book - 2008

Hand collated book by Dexter Sinister and Duncan Hamilton. Using a Riso RP3700 printer. "The resulting loosely collated book was handed out to the attendees at a conference about contemporary art book publishing at the Museum of Modern art in NYC." Duncan Hamilton Uses of Literature.


The always good, if sometimes long winded DotDotDot, by Dexter Sinister (Stuart Bailey). No. 18 out now.

Friday, July 10, 2009

national rail app

never having to stand like a zombie in front of a departures board ever again. Even tracks the train real time from station to station. really solid utility app.

Chore App