Jim Moscater

Jim Moscater

Technology october 14, 2009

Finland: Where Broadband Is A Legal Right

Finland is set to become the first country in the world to make broadband Internet a legal right, according to their Ministry of Transport and Communications.

Design & Architecture october 2, 2009

(Event) Sendak in SoHo

Coinciding with the theatrical release of "Where The Wild Things Are", the Animazing Gallery in Soho NYC is presenting the world's largest exhibition and sale of Maurice Sendak's illustrations.

Work september 30, 2009

NYC’s Future Seen From The Past: Museum Of The Phantom City

This weekend, Brett Snyder and Irene Cheng are kicking off The Museum Of The Phantom City: Other Futures, a mobile media project that explores a wide variety of forward thinking architectural and artistic designs for New York City that never came to fruition.

Sustainability september 29, 2009

Food Preparation Merges With Science and Sustainability

The Electrolux Design Lab is a global design competition for graduate and undergraduate industrial design students to showcase innovative ideas in household appliances.

Arts & Culture september 28, 2009

Mio I-zawa: Throbbing Tumors And Hearts With Wheels

Mio I-zawa is a Japanese interactive media artist that utilizes flesh-like masses of material that resemble hearts, tumors, and skin cells. These items are placed into situations where they interact with computers, humans, or both.

Innovation september 28, 2009

Wooden Mobile Phone Prototype Unveiled in Japan

Japanese mobile phone monolith Docomo has developed a mobile phone called the "Touch Wood" built from the excess wood collected during forest thinning.

Advertising september 23, 2009

Eyebrowse Provides In-Depth Look Into Browsing Habits

MIT has also developed a tool called Eyebrowse, a Firefox add-on that enables you to record, visualize and share your browser history in real-time.

Technology september 23, 2009

Bus-Tops: A Shared Digital Canvas For London Bus Stops

As part of the "Artists Taking The Lead" program, which invited all UK artists to submit proposals for art projects that are to be displayed during the 2012 Summer Olympics, designers Alfie Dennen and Paula Le Dieu have created "Bus-Tops".

september 15, 2009

Robotic Calisthenics

Taizo is a robot built by the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology in Japan, designed specifically to lead the elderly in exercise.

Arts & Culture september 10, 2009

The Provenance of Beauty: Site-Specific Theater

The Foundry Theatre's current offering, "The Provenance Of Beauty" by Claudia Rankine, is a play that discusses the past, present and future of the South Bronx, and the issues of gentrification and growth that exist within the community.

Design & Architecture september 10, 2009

Artist Wins Competition Using Other Contestants Trash As His Entry

A New Zealand artist has caused a bit of controversy amongst the artistic community in his homeland after winning a contemporary art award utilizing the discarded materials of his competitors.

Arts & Culture september 10, 2009

TROUBLE Convert Death By Audio Space Into Maze

Specialists in creating extreme environments, as well as events that bring the DIY community together, a Bushwick-based art duo have constructed a maze within the space, entitled "YOU ARE HERE: THE MAZE".

Technology september 10, 2009

The 3six5 Project: 365 Points Of View

Chicago-based digital strategist Len Kendall, creator of the blog Constructive Grumpiness, is currently planning The 3six5 Project- a lifestreaming effort that will span the entirety of 2010.

Sustainability september 8, 2009

Mannahatta, Year 1609

After a decade of research, The Wildlife Conservation Society has put together "The Mannahatta Project" which provides an in-depth look at the island of Manhattan as it was circa 1609.


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