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iamdanw / Dan W

I like to make things

There are eleven people in iamdanw’s collective.

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  1. 45. Geoff Manaugh

    Geoff Manaugh’s blog BLDGBLOG, which he started in 2004 to talk about architecture and landscapes, has been one of my favorite blogs for years. He’s also the author of the book, A Burglar’s Guide to the City, which was optioned for television by CBS, and has contributed to publications like The New York Times, The Atlantic, Cabinet Magazine, The New Yorker, and Domus. In this episode, Geoff and I talk about how architecture became the center of a venn diagram of his various interests, the changing state of architecture discourse, working with editors, and how to look at design through new lenses.

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/scratchingthesurfacefm/45-geoff-manaugh
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  2. Eyeo 2016 – Rachel Binx

    Topologies – As Kim Rees once proposed, "Are maps inherently beautiful because we live inside of them?” In this talk, Rachel shares some of her recent explorations in physical artifacts created from geospatial and terrain data. rachelbinx.com @rachelbinx eyeofestival.com @eyeofestival

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/180044031
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Sat, 16 Sep 2017 07:33:52 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  3. Eyeo 2016 – Wesley Grubbs, Kawandeep Virdee, Ingrid Burrington

    Data on the Road - Wesley talks about recent work with Google NewsLab for the Presidential debates and a glimpse of the work that went behind it. pitchinteractive.com @wesleygrubbs Drawing – Kawandeep Virdee has recently become obsessed with procedural drawings by hand, inspired by minimal computer art and geometric repetition. Dwelling in the gestures has led him to rethink ambition, celebrate routine, and– more personally– highlight self-care. whichlight.com @whichlight Light Industry – Ingrid Burrington talks ten minutes on architecture, industry, alchemy, violence, and computation. lifewinning.com @lifewinning eyeofestival.com @eyeofestival

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/179956056
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  4. Eyeo 2016 – Sara Hendren

    Closed captions available in this version. Coming soon: an essay of the transcript with images and descriptions throughout. Design for Know-Nothings, Dilettantes, and Melancholy Interlopers – Translators, impresarios, believers, and the heartbroken—this is a talk about design outside of authorship and ownership, IP or copyright, and even outside of research and collaboration. When and where do ideas come to life? What counts as design? Sara talks about some of her own "not a real designer" work, but mostly she talks about the creative work of others: in marine biology, architecture, politics, education. Lots of nerdy history, folks. ablersite.org @ablerism eyeofestival.com @eyeofestival

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/179040817
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Thu, 14 Sep 2017 13:51:29 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  5. Eyeo 2017 - Nicholas Felton

    Nicholas Felton at Eyeo 2017 | Feltron: Art vs. Product | A decade of data collection and visualization has given Nicholas a unique point of view. His experience with the Annual Report series has also fueled the development of several digital products, each with differing degrees of success. In this new talk, Nicholas reflects on what has worked and what has not as he attempts to incorporate these lessons into a new tool. feltron.com @feltron eyeofestival.com @eyeofestival

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/232659051
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  6. Eyeo 2017 - Deb Chachra

    Dr. Deb Chachra at Eyeo 2017 | Architectural Biology and Biological Architectures | The natural and the human-made have mostly been distinct–we can usually tell them apart at a glance. But over the last century or so, cutting-edge architecture (like museums and corporate headquarters) has gradually transformed from rectilinear and repetitive modernism, to organic and random. While cultural factors no doubt play a part, this aesthetic progression can be linked to the rise of computing technologies for stress analysis, design, and fabrication. Meanwhile, inside each of us, our bones have been doing this all along: bone cells sense mechanical load and create complex, organic geometries that change over time in response to how we use our bodies. But today, the coupling of evolutionary algorithms with 3D printing means our synthetic systems are starting to converge on the capacities of these biological systems. One day, human-made buildings and structures might be able to grow and change in response to use in the same way that our bones, blood vessels, and other biological systems do. debcha.org @debcha eyeofestival.com @eyeofestival

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/232544872
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  7. Eyeo 2017 - Surya Mattu

    Surya Mattu at Eyeo 2017 | Infrastructure as Source | Network and communications infrastructures play multiple roles in our lives everyday, some of which we are consciously manipulating while others are hidden from sight. The data traveling through these systems tell compelling stories if you know how to look for them. They also often reflect systemic biases and prejudices that are prevalent in society. In this talk Surya provides an overview of the technical landscape and goes through real world examples of how infrastructure can be used as a journalistic source and also as source material for critical art. A great talk for those interested in data journalism, radios, critical engineering and algorithmic discrimination/bias. suryamattu.com @suryamattu eyeofestival.com @eyeofestival

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/232656881
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  8. Eyeo 2017 - Jenny Odell

    Jenny Odell at Eyeo 2017 | How to do Nothing | Decades before the advent of social media as we know it, Gilles Deleuze observed that it was “a relief to have nothing to say, the right to say nothing, because only then is there a chance of framing the rare, and ever rarer, thing that might be worth saying.” Nothing has become more precious, in today’s economy of attention, than nothing. In this talk Jenny covers various instances of nothing from art history and contemporary projects, arguing that the cultivation of nothing has new salience in the age of everything. jennyodell.com @the_jennitaur eyeofestival.com @eyeofestival

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/232544904
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  9. Inayaili de León Persson

    Inayaili takes us through her work at Canonical in helping build and manage their open source design system, and how she encourages designers and developers to refer and contribute to it.

    https://soundcloud.com/style-guide-podcast/inayaili-de-leon-persson

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  10. The Source Code: William Gibson

    Marketplace® is your liaison between economics and life. Noted for timely, relevant and accessible coverage of business news across both audio and digital platforms, Marketplace programs are heard by more than 14 million weekly listeners. This makes the Marketplace portfolio the most widely heard business or economic programming in the country.

    https://www.marketplace.org/2017/09/06/tech/source-code-william-gibson

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