Branding is to instill an emotion with the sight of a product or logo. To unbrand, I suppose, happiness and self-esteem must be given to all people, free of charge.
I recently discovered that Anita Thompson has a blog, it’s terrific: Owl Farm Blog.
They say The Beatles couldn’t have existed without The Rolling Stones. As if the two bands were diametrically opposed yet mutually dependent forces, like Yin and Yang. Like Jesus and Satan. Like Jews and Mel Gibson.
Look at Photosynth. This is built on technology acquired by Microsoft when they bought a company called SeaDragon. The technology that follows from this is going to change the way we think about not just photos, but the internet as a whole. We will have 3-dimensional immersive worlds created corrabatively by a group of worldwide photographers. It will be Google Maps (or MS Virtual Earth) but from an infinite number of real human perspectives instead of from a single POV from an overhead satellite.
Have you ever seen the entire cast of a Wes Anderson film represented by LEGO characters? Now you have.
Finding happiness in a Harvard classroom.
The Coach Blog: a blog about the TV show “Coach”. He wasn’t a fan and he doesn’t remember much about it.
Torture? What? The U.S. doesn’t torture. Who told you that?
Date yourself linguistically: What do guys hate in the year 2006? They hate being called a “bitch boy”. They just do. Call a guy a “bitch boy” sometime in 2006, just to get ’em riled. Google Image Search for “bitch boy”: