FRONT PAGE FINGERPRINT by Derek Chan Front Page Fingerprint is a data visualization made with the Processing language. The formal elements of the New York Times front page such as white space, headline size and length, body copy, imagery and color.
“The nothingness from which we all came is not some empty void or vacuum of space; this fundamental emptiness can be said to be the zero-point field of unmanifested, Pure Potentiality (Source Energy).” ~Anon I mus
In “The Internet of Us,” Michael P. Lynch sees threats to our capacity to reason. [In my upcoming book (The Internet President: None of the Above) the sentiment is expressed as 'We're at a place now, where we can't even agree on reality itself.
The Atlas of Kant’s Legacy By Valerio Pellegrini. " A hundred of the most important words of Kant's philosophical doctrine have been inserted in a tool that has mapped their recurrence in each of his works, going from 1747 to
Charlotte Mann, wall drawings in marker Charlotte Mann is a British artist who draws on walls as an adult — and gets paid for it! Mann specializes in wall drawings and drawn room installations, created with bold black markers on a white ground.