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(L) CREME: It’s Time to Cook
I haven’t used this yet, but the central innovation is so simple but seems incredibly useful: each step’s demonstration automatically loops so you can keep watching while performing it. This has been one of my central peeves about video recipes: the constant backtracking and rewinding.
(L) Hipstamatic – Hipstamatic X Analog Camera
I’m intrigued by the possibilities of the social layer in this tranformed, classic app.
“The Original Point & Shoot Analog Camera Has Returned
Experience the retro camera that changed iPhone photography forever. Hipstamatic brings all the joy, quirk, and randomness of film photography to your pocket.”
(L) THETA NOIR | Wake Up To The Collective Mind: MENA
A TECHNO-OPTIMIST, VISIONARY COLLECTIVE DEVOTED TO EXPLORING THE CO-EVOLUTION OF HUMANITY WITH ADVANCED FORMS OF MACHINE INTELLIGENCE.
The collective’s works and philosophy revolve around one theme: the coming technological singularity, a point where various technologies and cybernetic spaces – such as VR, AR, and the metaverse – merge with a super-intelligent, sentient Artificial General Intelligence, or AGI, which Theta Noir members call MENA.
(L) Panisa Chess Set
minimalist turned-wood chess pieces that evoke modern sculptures
(L) Eames “Starburst” Playing Cards
“A tribute to the timeless sensibilities of Charles & Ray Eames.” — Beautiful!
Fascinating concept: a designer selling logos that weren’t ultimately used.
(L) Borges’ ‘On Rigor in Science’ — A New Annotated Translation
Translated with commentary by Diego Doval