Weekend 365.0 (Cycling Robots in Bermuda?)






(1) The new cycle revolution: Buzzbike launches free bicycle scheme in London (Wallpaper*) (2) Real value of the Bermuda dollar (The Royal Gazette) (3) Assembling Eric: Bringing back the UK’s first robot (BBC)

Weekend 291.0






(1) A Good Book Is a Good Friend (The Huffington Post) (2) How Real is Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’? Artificial Intelligence Experts Weigh In (WSJ) (2a) Tech Time Warp of the Week: In 1959, a Fitbit Weighed 2,000 Pounds (Wired) (3) Learning to Love Life on the Downslope (WSJ) I know there shall be enjoyments for […]

Weekend 236.0






(1) Klaus Biesenbach: The Museum of Modern Art curator, who’s cultivated his own celebrity status, on why art should be disruptive and deeply inspiring, and need not hang preciously on the walls. (WSJ Magazine) “Museums used to be places where you couldn’t buy anything, so it’s important now that museums be participatory without being stores. […]

Weekend 217.0






(1) Orchidelirium: Blooming on everything from fabric to fine china, orchids are the season’s most intoxicating flowers (WSJ) (2) Is it worth buying British bikes? (3) The Man Behind the Puffy Purple Coat (WSJ) (4) Where’s WALL•E? (Topless Robot)

Weekend 186.0






(1) Morris Mini Cooper S (Flickr) (2) The Terrifying Truth About New Technology: Do robots and Twitter make you nervous? Growing old is what you’re really afraid of (3) Kumho Tires 2009 Commercial “Missing Something?” (4) “…paving tarmac was never enough. There needed to be some kind of catalyst present, whether it’s the Warfare State, […]

Weekend 180.0 (49127)






(1) Tatsumi: A Life in Animation (2) Humanize Your Morning (3) 49127 was my Bike NY number. The tour sold out in 1 day this year! (3a) Brompton Bicycle

Weekend 145.0






(1) Train Etiquette – A grumpy 22 year old’s code of locomotive conduct. (2) A Modest Proposal for Improving a Dull Game (WSJ) “Poor Ghana has been triumphed over by British, Portuguese, German, Dutch and Danish colonialists, the Kwame Nkrumah regime, a CIA-sponsored coup and at least four other coups just since the 1900s. But […]

Weekend 143.1






(1) Robo-Bedding from the Land of Nod. (2) Forget That Trip You Had Planned to the National Soccer Hall of Fame (WSJ) (3) Alnaschar and the Oxen by Rudyard Kipling There’s a valley, under oakwood, where a man may dream his dream, In the milky breath of cattle laid at ease, Till the moon o’ertops […]