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Link Drop (8·28·09)

This week’s collection of stuff that I’ve found interesting via Link Drop contains a lot of new themes. There’s stuff about smell, flowers and even Whole Foods. Apple makes it’s […]

Link Drop (7·17·09) & (7·24·09)

This week’s Link Drop is a double issue as I was preoccupied with being in SF last Friday. For this post I combined the best of what I found in […]

Debbie Millman turns 100 ( :

Below is an email that Debbie sent out a couple hours ago. To be honest I think it’s quite amazing that she’s collected over 100 conversations from around the design […]

Link Drop (4·03·09)

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Podcasts are now magazines, magazines are what newspapers used to be, and music files are now…

Two weeks ago I stopped subscribing to the NYT print edition. It was a slow downward spiral, at first I went from a whole subscription to the weekend edition. One […]

Shepard Fairey Roundup

With all the “hoopla”, news going around these days, and me discovering the above image from Shepard Fairey, I thought I’d collect some of the more interesting links that I […]

Podcasts to check out

While most things these days are in slow down mode, one thing that isn’t is podcasts. I received an encouraging email that my favourite design podcast Design Matters is starting […]

Downloading podcasts directly from wifi onto an iPhone

You may or may not be aware that with the latest iPhone update let’s you download podcasts directly from wifi as opposed to having to go through your computer. What’s […]

Seeing and hearing a photographer’s self portraits of his family

It’s funny how timing works sometimes. Yesterday morning I picked up a couple envelopes from Princeton Architectural Press of books for review purposes. While it’s going to be a couple […]

Link Drop for the Week Ending in Friday the 18th (July 2008)

By the end of the week I’m always curious to see how my Link Drop is going to shape up w/ telling me what I found interesting. This week there […]

NPR Cancels The ‘BPP’ (Bryant Park Project)?!?

I was surprised, disappointed and angry to read on the BPP blog that NPR is canceling my fav. online radio news program the Bryant Park Project. You can get a […]

Podcasts that I Regularly Listen To…

I was asked recently what podcasts that I listen to. While the list below is by no means the entire list it’s a pretty decent capture of what I hear […]

One more thing (podcast) you should check out

Over the last couple of years people in Canada have asked me if I’ve ever heard of the CBC Radio One program The Age of Persuasion. I would respond with […]

Graphic Designers, Writers, Illustrators, Authors, Scientists, Editors, and even a Nobel Prize Winner on Design Matters Season Five

Debbie Millman; authour, blogger (& frequent commenter here on DesignNotes), president, and radio host of Design Matters has released her season five guests. I’m not sure where she finds the […]

A new podcast on design worth listening to

I haven’t always agreed on the commentary that Andy Rutledge has written about design, but he’s started a podcast series that I haven’t been so interested in since Debbie Millman’s […]

Reading and Listening to Print is Dead

In my last post mentioning Newsweek’s website, and more to the point about how there’s so much info in their site that I wished that I could hear everything by […]

Blog and Podcast Search Engine from the CBC

I came across another great podcast from the CBC. This one is called Search Engine and you should check out the blog at www.cbc.ca/searchengine. Don’t be fooled by the name, […]

New trendwatching audio blog from the CBC

I was happy to discover that one of my favourite radio announcers is back on CBC radio with a new program called Spark. I first heard Nora Young while she […]

Balance between design work and play?

After listening to the Work-Life Balance Podcast panel discussion hosted by New Media BC at the Vancouver Film School, I was left with more confusion then certainty about how important […]

BusinessWeek – Innovation of the Week Podcast

One of the biggest failures of podcasting in iTunes is the unlinkability of the shows. Maybe you know a way to send people individual links of individual podcasts, but I […]

listen or do?

“You can listen or you can do, and if more people can do we’ll always be free” overheard by John Maeda with five minutes remaining on Design Matters with Debbie […]

Issues around designing services

If you’re wanting something to listen to about design today, there’s a number of podcast’s from speakers that attended the International Service Design Conference. The first two links are password […]

For the coffee lovers out there

Christian, a friend and coffee aficiando passed me on the url CoffeeGeek. It’s all news, reviews, opinion and community for coffee and espresso. Enjoy at coffeegeek.com And yes they do […]

Roloson’s Goalie Mask

In the spirit of combining design and hockey today, I present one of the coolest designed masks that I’ve seen in some time. Designed by Myers Mask Design, Dwayne Roloson’s […]

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