Odds are good that you're familiar with the work of Kenji Ekuan, even if you don't know his name. Ekuan, who died in Japan yesterday at the age of 85, was the force behind some of the most iconic industrial design of the 20th century—and he said he was inspired to do it after the atomic bomb annihilated his home in…
What was once just an infinitely looping twinkle in a Facebook developer's eye has officially become a reality: comments in reply to comments in reply to posts.
Warning for the cripplingly self-conscious: a study from the University of Missouri has shown that crappy comments on your profile picture can negatively affect how attractive people find you not only in a physical sense, but in a social and professional one as well. At least in people who try to gauge attractiveness…
You love us, right? Come on, it's okay to admit it. Well even if you don't love love us (which you totally should), you at least like us, don't you? Of course you do.
There's a lot to absorb in Businessweek's massive look at the top of Google's executive food chain. But the juicy bits are extra-juicy.
How much of Apple's current success owes itself to Steve Jobs's 12 years of turmoil and failure away from the company as the head of NeXT? A lot, it would seem.
Every single day we oooh and aahhh over the latest design concepts, but right now, let's focus on one of the minds behind such designs and smile in awe of her motivations and inspirations. Meet MIT designer, Neri Oxman.
One without a whole bunch of ramps, surprisingly. The interior has living spaces and working spaces, housing both a lab and a crazy wooden maze of banisters and staircases.
Thanks to the uppityness of internet users, Netflix is keeping their profile scheme. Brian will be able to keep his Blaxploitation movies separate from his girlfriend's "morbid documentaries," which should keep both of them happy enough to not kill each other. Who says signing internet petitions is the nerd equivalent…