Woman’s World

May 15th, 2008

Woman’s World is a novel by Graham Rawle. The entire book is constructed with words cut out of women’s magazines from the early 1960s. He didn’t first write the novel and then replaced the words, but the story developed together with his findings in those magazines. It took him 5 years to complete this project, he used thousands of magazines and 40.000 text fragments to fill the 437 pages. Nerve did an interview with him, you can read it here. This is very cool way to write a book!
found at The Apartment Broadcast

Woman\'s World by Graham Rawle


May 30th, 2007

Microsoft SurfaceAfter seeing many research projects about touchscreen interfaces (Sony CSL, HyperPalette, SmartSkin, DataTiles, HoloWall, Pick-and-Drop, and the demo’s by Jeff Han, the technology is finally coming available to the broad audience … the Apple iPhone. So what are they doing in Redmond? Well, they just launched ‘Microsoft Surface’. Don’t get your hopes up, it will cost between $5,000 and $10,000, so the people in the demo movies must be very rich.




November 14th, 2006

usability.jpgApparently today is World Usability Day.
This poster expresses it very well.