Today I was happily introduced to the Japanese concept of iki--which seems to describe my oddly fuzzy feeling.
When are you allowed to take out a digital camera in a restaurant? I'm no longer sure.
Platial builds a personal, local Internet.
Brazilian minister of culture Gilberto Gil Moreira speaks on the transformative power of digital technologies.
A silverized cracker teaches me the true meaning of digital art: the online community around the object can matter more than the object itself.
A mixed-reality foosball game turns the tables on real-world players.
A feature within the Google Earth software lets users simulate piloting a plane.
Apple's new version of iTunes includes software for making ringtones. But there are other ways to do it.
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With the stroke of a pen, Microsoft’s InkSeine lets tablet users search the Web without typing a single letter.