Ramon Sangüesa Fast Notes
We lived, as usual by ignoring. Ignoring isn’t the same as ignorance, you have to work at it.
Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale (via adderalldust)

Elias Crespin, Circuconcéntricos Rojo Transparente, 2013

CD dragon

CD dragon

"TL;DR – it is no longer adequate to enjoy the simple preparation of a meal, nor is it enough to savor it. Eating culture has branched to encompass a holistic philosophical blend of technology and ethics – where did this come from, how was it killed, and how many chemicals are in it? Of course, what this all reflects is a desire to get back to nature without compromising the quality and ethical principles of our dietary resources. Food tech also includes delivery and preparation techniques, which over time, will reshape basic human interactions and the way we approach meal options (Restaurants? Food trucks? Delivery? Takeaway?) in the future. The real question is how ridiculous and hypocritical are things going to get?" From here: http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/19316/1/upgrade-your-diet

fernand0:

SAY BIG DATA ONE MORE TIME.
humanscalecities:

SAY BIG DATA ONE MORE TIME. As seen here.


Buzzword erradication program, the early Tarantino way #bigdata

fernand0:

SAY BIG DATA ONE MORE TIME.

humanscalecities:

SAY BIG DATA ONE MORE TIME. As seen here.

Buzzword erradication program, the early Tarantino way #bigdata

AlfredoLlopico: Sense of freedom …twitter.com
Sense of free­dom pic.twitter.com/XX2wTF2gCP

Thinking of the imminence of mediterranean spring weather ;-)

AlfredoLlopico: Sense of freedom …
twitter.com

Sense of free­dom pic.twitter.com/XX2wTF2gCP

Thinking of the imminence of mediterranean spring weather ;-)

Architecture Fiction: New York City as a self-sufficient urban farm
Bruce Sterling, wired.com
*”A skyscraper devoted to meat production.” Hey, if it was corned beef, you might have something there, I dunno.*I could read FastCo Design all day, really. It’s a good thing nobody pays me to do that, or I might never be seen…

NYC totally self-sufficient

Architecture Fiction: New York City as a self-sufficient urban farm
Bruce Sterling, wired.com

*”A skyscraper devoted to meat production.” Hey, if it was corned beef, you might have something there, I dunno.*I could read FastCo Design all day, really. It’s a good thing nobody pays me to do that, or I might never be seen…

NYC totally self-sufficient