Science and Tech

Ebba Olofsson

Shannon Michelle Booth

Benjamin Dean
Corrie Hulse

Anthony Brent

Chris Eberhardt (汪哲伟)

TACOMA - Last week I toured the new Bullitt Center that opened this year in Seattle, billed as the greenest commercial building in the world, one of twenty buildings in the world right now that seeks Living Building certification set down by the International Living Building Institute (

Anthony Brent

In this clip Ryu Fujimoto the human beatboxer uses LEAP Motion technology to become a musical magician.  

He weaves. He deflects.

He twists his fingers in all directions to activate sounds to complement a beat he creates purely from his vocal chords.

All in all, it reinforces the notion that a brave new world is already alive and well, at least in the musical sense.  


Via Fast Company:

Lisa McKeown

Edward Snowden, just like Bradley Manning, has been labeled a traitor and at times an aid to terrorists. It has even been suggested that he might be faking the information leaks, or simply wanting attention, otherwise he would have gone through the proper whistleblower channels. Snowden, some say, should have been more patient; he should have been more careful in revealing the NSA's secrets.

Anthony Brent

This video is a bit over-dramatized, but in a nutshell it proves that too much technological connectivity is ruining our lives.

Ed Hancox

In the space of a week, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, Yekaterina Samutsevich, and Maria Alyokhina have arguably become the world's most famous political prisoners following their sentencing in a Moscow courtroom last Friday.