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Baker Tweets

Baker Tweet is a new online service which allows London bakeries to tweet when their bread and pastries are fresh from the oven. Poke London a digital creative agency, are setting up various London bakeries with custom-built ingenious contraptions that harnesses the power of the internet to deliver up-to-the-minute baking news flashes via Twitter... mmm... fresh doughnuts!:


 
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Sally's Beautiful Blue Wall

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Yesterday morning, Sara and I went on the The Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC Radio to talk about the role of that street art is playing in the current economic climate. You can listen to it here:

All in all we thought it went pretty well. The debate about street art being nothing more than vandalism quite honestly bores us to death. We were glad that the host, Brian Lehrer, didn't waste the whole show on this subject. (Most radio stations would have done so for sure)

 
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Recorded delivery: New data retention law

 
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Lecture in Arnhem

Gestalten Architecture editor Lukas Feireiss is going to speak in Arnhem as part of a special lecture on the topics of Spacecraft and Beyond Architecture.



Spacecraft presents projects that meet the changing spatial needs of our modern lifestyles and that are simultaneously expanding our current understanding of architecture. On the one hand, the book features flexible, fleeting structures that only exist for a limited time. On the other hand, Spacecraft focuses on spaces that are used temporarily. Whether vacation homes, urban hideouts, art projects, pavilions or studios, all of the included work is distinguished by a playful, unconventional use of space.

 
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[Image: The "permutated cubes" of DesignAct's proposed Singapore Pavilion for the World Expo 2010].

 
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Footage of Fixed Gear ‘Red Hook’ Race



Although the New York Times did a nice job poetically describing this weekend’s Red Hook Criterium—just read the opener—here’s some excellent video footage of the outlaw fixed gear bike race that shockingly resulted in no injuries for the cyclists involved.

 
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CB2 baby robot developing social skills

06 Apr 2009

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In the nearly two years since it was first unveiled to the world, the Child-robot with Biomimetic Body, or CB2, has been developing social skills by interacting with humans and watching their facial expressions, according to its creators at Osaka University.

Comprised of robotics engineers, brain specialists, psychologists and other experts, the research team has been teaching the android to think like a baby by having it evaluate facial expressions and classify them into basic categories, such as happiness and sadness.

 
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London Police poster mashup

Posted by Cory Doctorow, April 9, 2009 9:17 AM permalink

Rex sez, "In light of the recent footage of police behaviour at the G20, I felt it was time to remix the current UK police poster campaign again. Original photo by David Byrne, as posted on BB by Xeni."

Lash Out and Cover Up(Thanks, Rex!)

 
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Guerilla Banner Artist Displays Latest Work on New Museum

by ANIMAL on April 9, 2009 at 11:01 am

please-new-museumDuring the press preview for the New Museum’s triennial exhibition, “Younger Than Jesus,” someone hung a giant banner stating “Please, New Museum, Show My Work” on the facade outside.

 
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This feels like an accurate composite of the way people think about the visual world.

YouTube appropriation abounds these days. Artist Josh Poehlein has created a series of landscape collages complied only out of screen grabs from YouTube videos.