I open a lot of tabs (don’t we all). I want to blog or reblog or post or dump it all somewhere; while social outlets are fun they’re increasingly un-findable and non-indexed, so I can’t find things later. So here’s a new series of Tabdumps that I’ll routinely do, I guess. Enjoy.
I recently met Jon Christian, the author of this piece in The Boston Globe about ‘factory tours’ taking place throughout New England, very similar to something I’ve been mapping in my neighborhood for some time.
Jim Arendt makes these incredible pieces from denim.
Here are some views of microchips taken after dangerously opening up the chip packages using some harsh chemistry.
Here’s an article by Nadja Sayej on Neil Harbisson and his implant that allows him to hear color, and his participation during the recent art fairs around NYC.
Did you know ‘generative comics’ were possible? I sure didn’t. Here’s one by Greg Borenstein.
Chances are that mandatory science fair project isn’t helping your kid’s prospects. Quartz reports on some kids that are disrupting the system with technology.