Calling all young creatives (18-25)! This competition is your chance to learn the art of the client pitch from an industry rock star and see your work go live in support of a great cause, Road Recovery Foundation. Best of all, it's free to enter! But time is running out—entries are due March 18... [more inside]
Earlier this year me and a couple friends of mine decided the Internet needed more big ideas, and the world needed more polymaths, so we decided to tackle both problems with a community called ProjectMONA. Our (first) focus is on taking research from the behavioral sciences and turning it into web apps like this. To fully understand our mission you should probably check out our projects or read the Manifesto. Thanks guys!
Marginalia is where I've been living for the past six months. It's a simple app for keeping notes and journals with one interesting twist: creating and appending to notes via email. If I have a random thought or idea on the go, I can just send an email to Marginalia and it'll automatically create a note. [more inside]
Fragments of The Future outlines 26 big ideas that will likely shape the human future. This is a short, thought-provoking read. In this book you will learn about: 1) Two extremely effective classes of drugs that are not yet, but likely will be, used for smoking cessation 2) How religion will change in the near future 3) How governments can do help irresponsible people while simultaneously helping society 4) What families in the future will look like 5) The likely fate of the Neanderthals ...and much more... If you do read this book, please send me an e-mail with your thoughts. Many thanks, Rich E. Glamape
If you want to learn how to present food in a unique way for kids parties or any kind of party, check out this collection of food presentation ideas with pictures and step-by-step instructions. I love zoo sandwiches as well as a bicycle, cat and hedgehog food garnishes for kids.
A public radio program and podcast dedicated to in-depth conversation with thinkers and creators. It emphasizes equally the ideas and the people behind them, and those people have included 43Folders founder Merlin Mann, "mumblecore" director Andrew Bujalski, New Yorker fiction critic James Wood, Bookworm host Michael Silverblatt, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. I've aired over 100 interviews so far, most about an hour long, and I show no signs of stopping.
I have a lot of ideas. Most of them are pretty questionable, underdeveloped, or poorly-thought-out. ThinkStank is a blog where my ideas go to hang out. I even put some of them in action, like the WTF LOL OMFG flier and Always Be (Snow-)Cloning. [more inside]