Archives: August 2007

Fashion and Fakes: Will Designers Keep Knocking Off Themselves?

Posted by: Reena Jana on August 27

In anticipation of New York's Fashion Week (September 5 - 12), I've been thinking a lot about the issue of intellectual property laws that can potentially protect the original work...

Target, Macy's, and Victoria's Secret use Stylesight as a trend-tracking tool. Should You?

Posted by: Reena Jana on August 22

Fashion Week is coming up in New York, from September 5 - 12th (I'll be attending; stay tuned for reports). Although nothing compares with the spectacle of watching a runway...

Will Gaming kill the Video Star?

Posted by: Helen Walters on August 17

MTV Networks announced yesterday that it'll invest $500 million in the expansion of gaming properties worldwide in the next two years. As the release puts it, the move "signal[s] the...

Literally Cool Laptops

Posted by: Helen Walters on August 15

Interesting report from Purdue University, where researchers have been working with Intel on a new technology to improve computer chip cooling. In a completely unscientific survey of one, I can...

A Helpful Guide for Finding Hip, Young Graphic Designers

Posted by: Reena Jana on August 13

Chronicle Books will soon publish the U.S. version of onehundredat360˚: Graphic Design's New Global Generation, by Michael Dorrian and Liz Farrelly, this fall. I've been flipping through an advance copy...

Water, water, everywhere

Posted by: Helen Walters on August 09

Digital water isn't a new concept, but this new project, due for completion in June 2008, pushes the limits of what is possible -- and uses the technology on...

Skipping through the field of virtual daisies

Posted by: Helen Walters on August 03

I completely fell in love with these two pieces of work a while back. They were on show at a trendy event in Manhattan and somehow inspired even the...

Much Ado About Tudou

Posted by: Reena Jana on August 02

Have you checked out Tudou.com, the Chinese video-sharing site? Yeah, yeah, the “Chinese YouTube.” Its name means “potato” in Mandarin – as in “couch potato,” according to the company’s boilerplate...

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