Epic soundtrack to the Industrial Revolution / Pandemonium sequence of the 2012 London Olympic Games Opening Ceremony. As featured on the album, "Isles of Wonder - Music For The Opening Ceremony Of The London 2012 Olympic Games".
From Fluent 2015: There have never been more front-end development power tools at our fingertips than there are right now, but all too often, we’re using those tools in ways that hurt our users and, by extension, ourselves. Sometimes this happens unintentionally, but other times it’s by very deliberate choice. In the very worst cases, we try to spin that choice into a self-righteous act, framing callous laziness as some sort of altruism. However it happens, what we too often dismiss as edge cases are real people who may very much want or even legitimately need to use what we create. We shut doors in people’s faces just to convenience ourselves, mocking them as we do, and in the process betray the fundamental principles of the web. It’s time to stop, take a hard look at what we’re doing and how we’re doing it, and find a better, more human way.
About Eric Meyer (Complex Spiral Consulting): Eric A. Meyer (@meyerweb) has been a burger flipper, a college webmaster, an early blogger, one of the original CSS Samurai, a member of the CSS WG, a consultant and trainer, a Standards Evangelist at Netscape, and co-founded An Event Apart with Jeffrey Zeldman. He wrote CSS: The Definitive Guide for O’Reilly as welll as several other books, has spoken at conferences the world over, created the first official W3C test suite, and a…
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"New Fields and Feeled Effects", keynote at Information Architecture Summit, Minneapolis, 2015.04.24.
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Muse of Fire is a documentary by Dan Poole & Giles Terera. Find out more on www shakespearefilm com
Interview dated April 16th, 2009.
Alan Rickman talks to Edith Bowman and James King about his new film, A Little Chaos.
Eric Meyer has been working on the web since 1993, and has been a huge influence on countless web designers. He joins us for a special episode to share what he’s learned about design after going through a difficult and tragic time in his life.
We talked Flexbox, layouts, his new talk, improving user experience for stressful medical situations, and more.
16:52 Environments for Humans – Craft CMS Summit – The 2nd annual online, live Craft CMS Conference.
Environments for Humans brings together some of the Web’s most notable experts in Craft for an all-new, one-day only online conference, the Craft CMS Summit 2015! Bring the experts to your desktop April 22nd from 9AM to 5PM (CT).
Craft CMS Summit is back by popular demand! Join fellow web and mobile professionals for a day of learning about this powerful CMS. Find out where things are headed in Brandon Kelly’s State of Craft opening session, gain insights and learn about best practices from some of the best Craft web developers out there, and meet whole team at Pixel & Tonic in the closing Q&A Round Table.
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Writer Warren Ellis explores the point in history at which science and magic split, and where this relationship remains in the devices we evoke from the ether. Where have the narratives of magic been realised and replicated in our contemporary incarnations of technology, and where have our strive for innovation created the condition for witchcraft. A mini-conference inside FutureEverything 2015, hosted and guest curated by artist and designer Tobias Revell, and FutureEverything’s Natalie Kane, Haunted Machines reflected on the narratives of magic and hauntings pervading our relationship with technology and began to analyse why these narratives exist, what they mean and what they do. FutureEverything 20th Anniversary Festival: 25-28 February 2015 Manchester Town Hall futureeverything.org
Featuring Ingrid Burrington, Joanne McNeil, Warren Ellis and Tobias Revell. A mini-conference inside FutureEverything 2015, hosted and guest curated by artist and designer Tobias Revell, and FutureEverything’s Natalie Kane, Haunted Machines reflected on the narratives of magic and hauntings pervading our relationship with technology and began to analyse why these narratives exist, what they mean and what they do. FutureEverything 20th Anniversary Festival: 25-28 February 2015 Manchester Town Hall futureeverything.org
Closing the 2015 FutureEverything conference, we welcome esteemed writer and sociocultural commentator Warren Ellis. ‘Some Bleak Circus’ is a light entertainment about psychedelic nightmares, the grim tide of time, our weird present moment and our future doom. Gathering up the four themes of the festival and ruining them. Because you have had fun at FutureEverything, and now it is time for the fun to stop. As a writer concerned with exploring the unknown, Warren Ellis has written and been invited to speak on subjects such as inventing the future, our possible transhumanist landscape, and where the cultural history of ritual applies to our current understandings of technology. Warren Ellis is the award-winning writer of graphic novels like Transmetropolitan, Fell, Ministry of Space and Planetary, and the author of the NYT-bestselling Gun Machine and the “underground classic” novel Crooked Little Vein. He’s also written extensively for Vice, WIRED UK and Reuters on technological and cultural matters. His newest publication is the digital short-story single Dead Pig Collector, from FSG Originals. His next book will be the novella Normal, also from FSG. A documentary about his work, Captured Ghosts, was released in 2012. FutureEverything 20th Anniversary Festival: 25-28 February 2015 Manchester Town Hall futureeverything.org
he may have had the fall out with Marvel over Ant-Man… but how PERFECT would Edgar be to direct the new Spider-Man film?!