March Design
Design inspiration and prose from around the world- obtained almost exclusively through discovery in the web.
March Design
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"In network theory, a node’s relationship to other networks is more important than its own uniqueness. Similarly, today we situate ourselves less as individuals and more as the product of multiple networks composed of both humans and things."

Kazys Varnelis

(via stoweboyd)

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Roman Forum, Italy -- Travel 365 -- National Geographic
THE DEATH OF THE PC: A Full Report From Business Insider
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iWatch Design Concept by Pavel Simeonov
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iWatch Design Concept by Pavel Simeonov
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iWatch Design Concept by Pavel Simeonov
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iWatch Design Concept by Pavel Simeonov
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iWatch Design Concept by Pavel Simeonov
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"We are seeing a shift away from mass consumption towards mass communication. Whatever can become digital will become digitized. The contents of entire rooms (libraries, offices, etc.) have been condensed into a footprint the size of a single laptop. Expect major changes in the consumption patterns of today’s youth – particularly in America and Europe. Younger generations are becoming less interested in accumulating debt for the purchase of cars and housing. Renting and sharing are becoming more common arrangements for large physical assets. Economics is becoming less about ownership and more about access."

Seven Themes for the Coming Decade | World Future Society

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A Momentary Flow: The Philosophy of Data
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CHART OF THE DAY: Where LinkedIn’s Money Comes From
Full Story: Business Insider
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"Sometime this year, we will quietly pass a milestone in human history: the majority of the fish we eat will be farm-raised rather than wild-caught."

NYTimes (via dbreunig)

Thank goodness.

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(via So long, Newsweek | JIMROMENESKO.COM)
I had not seen the last print issue of Newsweek, with a hashtag ‘#lastprintissue’.


Newsweek’s last print issue has just a hashtag on the cover. Like using your final breath to ID the killer. businessinsider.com/newsweeks-last…
— Chris Sacca (@sacca) December 23, 2012
urbic: When Social Media Crowds Take Shape in the City