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lunch (at 甲南女子大学 / Konan Women’s University)

lunch (at 甲南女子大学 / Konan Women’s University)

"1.リストをつくれ
2.どこにでもノートを持ち歩け
3.好きなように書いてみろ
4.コンピュータから離れろ
5.空想的であれ
6.自分を叩くのをやめろ
7.休憩しろ
8.シャワーを浴びながら歌え
9.コーヒー/茶を飲め
10.自分のルーツを知れ
11.新しい音楽を聞け
12.オープンになれ
13.自分の周りにクリエイティブな人々を置け
14.フィードバックを得ろ
15.コラボレートしろ
16.あきらめるな
17.プラクティス・プラクティス・プラクティス
18.失敗することを自分に許可しろ
19.新しい場所へ行け
20.外国の映画を見ろ
21.自分の恵まれている点を考えろ
22.たくさん休め
23.リスクをとれ
 24.ルールを破れ
25.自分を幸せにすることをもっとしろ
26.強要するな
27.辞書のどれか1ページを読んでみろ
28.フレームワークをつくれ
29.誰かにとって完璧な人間になろうとするのをやめろ
30.アイデアを思いついた?書き留めろ
31.職場を掃除しろ
32.楽しめ
33.何かを終わらせろ"


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koshian:

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prostheticknowledge:

The Nexus Browser

Jim Boulton of Digital Archeology demonstrates the first web browser on the system it was developed on, the NeXT Cube:

Tim Berners-Lee made the first website, and the first web browser, on a NeXT Cube running the now obsolete NeXTSTEP Operating System. As a result, very few people have seen the first website in its true environment.

The first web browser, called WorldWideWeb and later renamed Nexus, was a browser-
editor. It could be used to create pages as well as browse them. Not only that, it allowed user-centric and document-centric browsing.
Usually technology dates very quickly but though twenty-five years old, the NeXT computer and its operating system have aged well. In fact, the GUI looks very similar to modern desktops. In particular, the dock on the right hand side looks very familiar and this is not a coincidence. When Steve Jobs left Apple and set-up NeXT, he took a few key employees with him, one of whom was Susan Kare, who designed the Apple Macintosh GUI. When Apple bought NeXT, one of the key assets they bought was the NeXTStep O/S, which formed the basis of Mac OS X.

You can find out more at Digital Archeology here

un-gif-dans-ta-gueule:

Easter Parade - Charles Walters

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Easter ParadeCharles Walters


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"吉田選手が世界選手権で負けそうになったとき、残り3秒で逆転勝ちをした試合があるんです。松岡修造さんが『ああいうとき、焦ったりしないんですか?』と聞いたら、吉田選手は逆に『みんな焦るんですか?』と聞き返してきて、『普通は焦るじゃん』と。だけど吉田選手は、『ただ一生懸命にやっていれば、いつも一緒ですよ』『今に生きるということだけを意識していればいい』『そもそも3秒っていうのは焦る意味があるんですか』と"


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caterville:

It’s like waking up in front of a mirror.

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txchnologist:

The Chance To Dance Again

by Michael Keller

We highlighted the TED talk of Hugh Herr a couple of weeks ago. But his work is too important and beautiful to leave to just one post.

The MIT associate professor of media arts and sciences is making prosthetic limbs and exoskeletons that restore function in those who have lost legs from injury or disease. This set of gifs focuses on his team’s BiOM powered ankle and foot prosthesis

"Bionics is not only about making people stronger and faster," he said during the talk. "Our expression, our humanity can be embedded into electromechanics."

To prove his point, Herr and fellow researchers studied dance movement to replace the lower leg that professional dancer Adrianne Haslet-Davis lost after last year’s Boston marathon bombing. He concluded his talk by bringing Haslet-Davis on the stage to perform a bionic rumba. 

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