Monthly Archives: October 2013

efficiency, mystery and yes, more halloween-related stuff

There’s nothing quite like the marriage of efficient problem-solving and creative productivity to make folks in our department fall in love.  This post on the humble DumDums wins our affection today.

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Poe-inspired for All Hallows’ Eve

  Loved this short film inspired by Poe’s quote about the “Boundaries that divide life and death…”

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Happy Halloween!

If you are looking for inspiration for last minute Halloween costumes, art history offers endless sources of inspiration.  Check out this link to start planning your knock out outfit.

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worlds collide

Hard not to love this great video on the power of doodling, especially when it actually doesn’t come at the expense of learning one’s biology basics.

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Ceramic object v. Dragon. Both Win

John Dorsey offers up this site, where you can check out the process of creating a spectacular vase wrapped in an even more spectacular dragon.  

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New Ideas about “All the News that’s Fit to Print”

The New York Times regularly publishes remarkable interactive media on its website. We like this link!

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