Last week my son and I* visited a Cool New Place in Tel Aviv. It’s a restaurant called The Dining Hall (rough translation). It’s done up like a traditional kibbutz communal dining hall, but the food is urban gourmet. I was more than intrigued by the idea that the kibbutz is now so passe that […]
The Finnish Library Association is celebrating its 100th birthday. It’s got a great little clip on YouTube — spare, lean, clean and refreshing as Finnish design always seems to be — that just gets straight to the heart of the matter. Enjoy.
Here’s a nice little web book explaining the Internet facts of life. “Twenty Things I Learned About Browers and the Web,” from Google’s Chrome team.
What could be better? That’s what I was thinking to myself when this morning’s mail brought my desk copy of Herman T. Tavani’s Ethics and Technologies, and Strategies for Ethical Computing (Third Edition). I know that sounds crazy but I’ve been at odds with myself for the past six months trying to decide where I […]