Haider Ackermann, via Fashionphilos

August 27th, 2010 | photography

Fashionphilos: There is something so mystical…

"…Haider Ackermann Design. The raw, sort of scientific nature of his clothes, complemented perfectly by the sinuous cuts of fabric that are draped, folded, and tucked…"

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Dan Hayhurst Is Up To Something

August 27th, 2010 | music, researchmaterial

I just found this on the Sculpture blog:


August 27th, 2010 | music

<a href="http://hazemotes.bandcamp.com/track/here-comes-the-sun">HERE COMES THE SUN by Wise Blood</a>


Designer optoelectronics – quantum mechanics for new materials

August 27th, 2010 | photography

Imagine specifying exactly how you want a new material to behave, handing those specs to an engineer, and getting back a brand-new material with exactly the qualities you need.

“That’s what the EU-funded project NATCO (for Novel Advanced Transparent Conductive Oxides) set out to do. They designed and developed novel transparent conductive (TCOs) to exacting specifications by applying to predict a material’s optical and , fabricating it, and checking their results experimentally.

“The results? Completely new TCOs with a wide range of potential applications in sensors, , smart windows and dozens of other scientific, commercial and consumer products…”

Sent from my outboard brain

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August 27th, 2010 | microlog, music

Also, I am declaring this as today’s theme, as I feel a bit slow and fragile and am now crawling to the pub. "Endless Spring," by Houses.

Houses – Endless Spring from Houses on Vimeo.