20 results
Containing Tagged
How an AI writing robot entered Japan’s literary circuit (Big Think)
Moneyball for Book Publishers: A Detailed Look at How We Read
Technology february 10, 2014

Instagram Cooking Show Teaches Culinary Skills In 15 Seconds [Video]

Amsterdam based chef turns to social media to get his quick yet informative videos noticed.

Design & Architecture october 17, 2013

Illustration Of The Brooklyn Bridge Designed Using Only Typography [Video]

Artist has begun the painstaking task of redesigning New York’s most loved transport link with intricate typefaces.

Work september 6, 2013

Amazon To Sell Individual Essays And Short Stories

Amazon's new Singles format gives author's more power over their titles.

Technology august 6, 2013

Microscopic Photos Find The Beauty In Deadly Diseases [Pics]

New book artistically encourages people to get to know about medical conditions.

IoT june 2, 2013

How Our Devices Make Us Less Efficient [PSFK 2013]

Author and media theorist Douglas Rushkoff explains how being constantly connected actually slows us down.

Advertising may 2, 2013

Facebook Stunt Posts To People’s Timeline As Ernest Hemingway

Spend a day with Hemingway and use social media to tell everyone all about it

Work april 12, 2013

Bruce Nussbaum: Creative Innovation Through Meaningful Design [PSFK 2013]

Former assistant managing editor of BusinessWeek develops ideas to help people get out of the creativity rut our culture is in.

Sustainability april 12, 2013

Douglas Rushkoff: Our Aversion To Traditional Narratives [PSFK 2013]

Ahead of the PSFK CONFERENCE 2013, Douglas Rushkoff touches on the themes of his upcoming book, 'Present Shock.'

Syndicated december 10, 2012

How Difficult Is It To Go Offline?

Writer Kevin Barry discusses his addiction to email and staying connected.

Work november 29, 2011

Jack Kerouac’s Lost Novel Published After 70 Years [Headlines]

The beat generation's notes for his first work, The Sea Is My Brother, is about two young men serving on a voyage from Boston to Greenland.

Cities september 16, 2011

Too Much Privacy Could Kill Innovation In The Digital Age

A new book reveals how privacy and restricted information could lead to lost opportunities in a digital age. Author Jeff Jarvis stresses the need to open up to learn and connect.

Retail september 8, 2011

PSFK Conference San Francisco: Who Or What Are ‘Influencers’?

On October 6, we will bring together the world’s agenda setters from both established and emerging organizations to bring to life the conversations that take place daily on


load more articles
No search results found.