Inhabit Movie

In 2013 a couple of filmmakers bravely took on the risk of making a high quality movie about the Permaculture movement in North America. Once they had shot the footage, they launched a kickstarter project to raise funds to complete the project last year. The movie, Inhabit was recently released. It was initially released through Vimeo and Yekra an innovative distribution channel which has since closed its doors.
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Very interesting diagrams to see at the Web Science Industry Forum Poster Session via Mark Bernstein Mark Bernstein, the author of the Tinderbox platform is also a scientist who studies hypertext. His recent post contains a link to numerous web science posters developed at various universities. Lots of graphic design inspiration to be found here.
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This is interesting, an interactive compilation of data visualisation techniques.

Quite a few here I didn’t recognise. Click on the image to load the full diagram then hover over each cell for an example. Via MacSparky
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Steve Zeoli posted a link to the work of Maira Kalman in the NY Times today, in this case an enlightening graphic celebration of the inventiveness of Benjamin Franklin. This post was part of a series - “The Pursuit of Happiness (2009)” - a year long exploration of American History and democracy beginning with a story on the inauguration of Barack Obama. Here is the NY Times article -> Can Do
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Chilly chook

While browsing the website of designer Zach Debord (found via a Make RSS post) I came across this great picture of a chook in the snow with a jumper on, she looks very cosy. Head over to their site to see more of these pictures in a slideshow. Their blog has quite a few posts about their chickens and burgeoning interest in Permaculture. Worth a look. For the those with a technical bent Zach’s beam robots are stunning works that merge art and electronics.
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