From its start, punk has played with accents, with Americans sounding like Brits and vice versa but this voice is different. It turns out that when you make a linguist listen to a Blink-182 song, you can learn alot about how regional dialects spread globally, particularly the influential cadences coming out of California. The three-minute pop punk song is not so dumb, after all.
The Dutch government’s censorship of sensitive locations has become an iconic feature of our online Maps landscape. These interventions are slowly disappearing, but looking back though the lens of Google Earth’s Historical Imagery feature, what can we see beneath?
How a pro-domme, a Russian diplomat, U.S. intelligence and Mary Tyler Moore’s landscaper conspired to create a dance classic.
Perhaps we should instead look at TempleOS as a research operating system: what can be accomplished if you’re not locked into established thinking, backwards compatibility, and market demands.
What can we learn if we are only willing to listen?