Mandelbrot fractals, a paralyzed designer from the UK, and a series of mesmerizing computer-generated cities might define the future of architecture.
The computer scientists are coming for Wall Street.
When I was a child, I wanted to be an author. Unfortunately, my father, who was a smart man, took me aside and said to me, “Son, you might enjoy reading, but you’re never going to make money writing.” Now, years later, I’ve proven him wrong, but he had a point. The world was changing.… Read more The ripple effects of writing
Like many others, I used to get up in the morning and check my RSS feeds. It didn’t matter where these feeds were. I always had them on call. Now I get up in the morning and check my Facebook. And there we are: the daily dose of politics, courtesy of NYT, Al-Jazeera, the Daily… Read more Our Facebook newsfeeds can be better than RSS readers ever were
I, like most people, can’t multi-task for shit. I had a boss who could multi-task to the level where most of us thought he was insane, or had severe ADHD, or both. His work day, as far as I could see, was a furious flutter of phone calls and scribbled notes. Occasionally someone would drop… Read more Timebox, Don’t Multitask.