Friday Link Fest…*


Make and mend: Designers are finding ways to counter today’s throwaway culture ~ Rethinking…* the ways we make things, shifting the discourse from incessant production to intelligent adaptation. via Financial Times, published March 29, 2013

Engineering Serendipity ~ via New York Times, published April 5, 2013.

Great Scientist ≠ Good at Math ~Discoveries emerge from ideas, not number-crunching ~ via Wall Street Journal, published April 5, 2013.

How to Create Your Reason ~ “We need a reason, because our reasons are what liberate us from lives that feel senseless.” via Harvard Business Review, published April 9, 2013.

The link between art and innovation ~ via Politico, published April 7, 2013.

Musical Training & Language Skills Enhance One Another ~ via New York Times, published April 8, 2013.

How IDEO brings design to corporate America ~ via CNN, published April 11, 2013.


Everything You Know by Wendy MacNaughton ~ via Explore, published April 9, 2013.

The Grinders Vs. The Dreamers. Who Wins? ~  Lovely Infographic rethinking…* grind by Joey Roth. via FastCo.Design, published April 8, 2013.

Street Artist Roadsworth Transforms the Streets of Montreal into a Visual Playground ~ via Colossal, published April 10, 2013.

Sick of the boring commute? Straphanger photobombs fellow commuters ~ via New York Daily News, published April 5, 2013.

Every Day a Different Dish: Klari Reis’ Petri Paintings ~ The Daily Dish by Klari Reis: a new petri dish painting every day. via Smithsonian Magazine, published April 5, 2013.

Artist Turns Abandoned Cars into Public Art Installations ~ “Ocupe Carrinho” (Occupy the Car) by Felipe Carrelli. via Junkculture, published April 11, 2013.



Dan Pallotta: The way we think about charity is dead wrong ~ via TED, published March 2013.

Circuit Playground Sparks Electronics Education ~ Introducing the sippy-cup set to soldering irons & the world of wires ~ via Wired, published April 4, 2013.

60 Second Adventures in Astronomy Explains the Big Bang, Relativity & More with Fun Animation ~ via Open Culture, published April 8, 2013.


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