I’ve been following his work for a long time. Perhaps you’d like to as well.
WARREN ELLIS LTD Articles.
- Researchers found ‘at least’ 9 gender expressions in the human brain
- Inland Sea – Kazuhiro Soda (2018) – The Art(s) of Slow Cinema
- 6 Filmmaking Tips from Adam McKay
- History as a giant data set: how analysing the past could help save the future | Technology | The Guardian
- Mathematicians Are Studying Planet-Sized Quantum Computers With God-Like Powers – VICE
- Scientists discover how to use time crystals to power superconductors – Big Think
- ‘Enough heroin to kill the whole street’: does Anna Kavan’s life overshadow her fiction? | Books | The Guardian
HrefHunt 27 Jan 2020: in which the Kicks Condor guy collects up a bunch of interestingly designed blogs.
NASA’s Kepler witnesses vampire star system undergoing super-outburst (science headlines are still the best headlines)
Emma Willard’s Maps of Time – The Public Domain Review – the ur-infographics.
These insane devices surfaced by UT Design on IG.
It’s a Peter Thiel-funded company called Clearview AI, and its service matches faces from images you upload with those in its database of some three billion photos. These pictures have been scraped from ‘millions’ of websites, including Facebook, YouTube, and Venmo. In addition to having a massive database, Clearview AI also boasts the ability to match faces even when you upload imperfect pictures, i.e. taken at odd angles or from a height, like from a surveillance camera.
The tool is said to be able to match faces correctly about 75 percent of the time, and it’s already helped nab criminals. What’s worrying is that it hasn’t been tested for accuracy by any independent party before it’s been made available to police forces…
Jay Springett does a deep dive on his extremely fine tuned bullet journal practise. I don’t bullet-journal and this rich process is still interesting to me.
Via Experimental Cinema:
The first film in the style of “trash”, filmed in the USSR.
Throughout the film trilogy the main character goes through a series of temptations that destroy his soul and bring, eventually, to the madhouse. In a General sense, allegorically the film shows the tragic path of the Russian lumpen-intellectual, lost between past and present, not finding the strength to accept and comprehend it fell down on the unexpected change that occurred in our country twenty years ago. In a global sense – a tragic cycle of Russian history.
- Please for the love of Blarg, Start a Blog – Jay Springett fucking brings it (thanks for the mention, Jay) (ignore that I mentioned it, read it, he talks about things I think are essential for the health of the online sphere)
- Alice Oswald: ‘I like the way that the death of one thing is the beginning of something else’ | Books | The Guardian
I just found this 1898 volume on archive.org and I simply have to present this as a taster:
Shreckenghost, Thunderberg, Silverthrone, Lookingslant, Jollymood, Thickenmirth, Muttonjoy, Fingerhot, Oxenhorn, - Slanderhouse, Laughinghouse, Servinghouse, Warminghouse, Bobbinhouse, Boninghouse, Boltinghouse, - Honeychurch, Honeycamp, Eaglecamp, Bloomingcamp, Carpetdale, Middle- ditch Timberlake, Goldenarm, Goldenbow, Bitterwolf, Cud- dleback, Chatterbuck, Skittleharp, Danglemire, Stufflebeam, Battlegore, Bottomfield, Bottomstone, Homerkick, Tinkle- paugh, Lookingbill, Gollyhorn, Weathergreen, Scattergood, Conquergood, Dollarhide, Middlestink, Wagonback, Wagon- blast, Pennycook, - Overcash, Oversault, Overland, Overend, Overpeck, Underland, Underdo wn, Rowdy bust, Diddlebock, Kettlestrings, Bickelhump, Widowgas, Silversides, Chicken- bard, Cattlehock, Weatherhead, Weatherwax, Sodagreen, Alsobrook, Pittlecow, Singlebush, Basketfield, Doverspike, Riverhawk, Wanderwall, Appleboy, Applerot, Hollowbush, Silverbrand, Moneyhand, Shiversteel, Meadowcroft, Dicken- sheets, Mumblehead, Wagonfound, Brokenstick, Cobbledick, Bullerdick, Crackerbone, Goodieshanks, Clutterbuck, Melon- coat (skin or rind).
An hour-long show about music, writing, work and me. They’ve already done Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman and Hannah Berry.