Earlier this summer we invited Lynn Bethke to come join us here at Musematic. Lynn graduated with an MA in Museology from the University of Washington. Her blog IM in UR Museum Blogz, Read’n N Analyzin’ (which only recently was knocked from the number one slot on Google searches for “hamster macros“) chronicled the development […]
In December 2002 my then-nine year old son began his annual letter to Santa Claus with a simple sentence, “Please bring me the George Nelson Marshmallow Couch (http://www.ragoarts.com/onlinecats/03.03MOD/028.jpg).” I’m not kidding. My husband and I sat him down and explained that Santa Claus did not bring major items of furniture to nine year olds. He was […]
The blog Print is Dead: Books in Our Digital Age has been grabbing my attention more and more lately. Worth having a look, if you’re not afraid to get hooked on it. I mean, one could spend the entire working day (profitably) reading blogs. I ferociously envy those whose job it is to read blogs. […]
Had to share this video of some real-time photoshopping goggles including a Matrix mode: Tripping without acid (scroll down to the video).
This may be old hat to some, but this product just saved me days worth of work! And I suspect I’m not the first person this problem has happened to… This weekend, I was bemoaning to a friend of mine about the roughly 4000 digital assets I needed to go through and change their filenames […]
I’ve collected a fair number of interesting links this week from a number of blogs, as well as some forwards from my friends. These days, I can’t imagine living without my evening blog roundup! Amongst these are a couple of videos, the first of which is from the 2007 SIGGRAPH conference. Seb Chan has already […]