May 29

Corona renderer – Introduction: youtu.be/7WaW2Fvii8c

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Aug 17

The Next Big Idea From Twitter’s Founders? Pinterest, Basically #fb http://t.co/kbD5Sm9d via @FastCoDesign

“Evan Williams and Biz Stone think their new site, Medium, could mark an “evolutionary step” in web publishing. It’s a lofty aim. And if the two weren’t responsible for Twitter (and Blogger before that), we probably wouldn’t have much faith in them. But their new venture, a platform for collecting and displaying stories, images, musings and more, isn’t just noteworthy for its web-visionary pedigree. It’s got something else going for it. It looks just like Pinterest.”…

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Aug 14

New photo printing tech reflects light like 3D object – Boing Boing http://t.co/hQlVEWEu via @BoingBoing #fb

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Jul 20

What Is Education For?: http://t.co/QjetCII2

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Jun 07

Great site for visual tech… http://t.co/Il1rF4wb

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May 19

40 Ways to Distract a Toddler http://t.co/bhanlLug

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May 19

For those of you that like your documentaries (think Discovery and Nat Geo channels) I found a good source for them http://t.co/BoPruMmA #fb

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May 19

Some good resources here for graphic designers, especially those starting out… http://t.co/9b0xMbKy

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May 19

This Gizmo Lets You Draw A UI On Paper, Then Turns It Into A Touch Screen http://t.co/OUyA61HE via @FastCoDesign

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May 17

QandA: John Griffith, director, Cinedev – Previz http://t.co/HXpmXxz3

“We spoke to John about Cinedev’s unique approach to previsualization, the need to “close the feedback loop” with directors, the perils of photorealism, and his vision of a real-time previz process that can be fully integrated into the visual effects pipeline.”

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