The Timeless Way of Designing for Play

> “The more living patterns there are in a place—a room, a building, or a town—the more it comes to life as an entirety, the more it glows, »

Transit Map Matters

Jake Berman makes better transit maps []. I found this beautiful late-night subway service map [ »

The Sun Rises in the East

Etsy’s Treasury [] is something I’ve been fascinated by for a while. It’s an ever-changing, member-curated shopping gallery with some unique »

Reading List

Books follow me around and accumulate in stacks: by my desks, bed, coffee table, couch. If I could have the current active lot organized into a single stack based »

The Providence Curse

The European Street Team, an Etsy Team, asked for a photo tour of a favorite place. You’ll never guess which place I chose [ »

Consciousness, Pleasure and Website Addiction

[] I was first alerted to the work of Irving Biederman, professor of neuroscience at USC, via this WSJ article »

Playing Favorites

[] There are many strategies people use to make discoveries on Etsy []. This is my favorite. Find a shop you »

The Player

Excerpt from the text I created by clicking around Whitney Trettien’s combinatorial thesis on seventeenth-century digital poetry []: > Harsdörffer used pieces of wood to »

Finding Yourself Through Your Favorites

Japanese Tumblr users are “addicted to reblogging [],” ffffolks on FFFFOUND [] are defining themselves by the images they find, and Etsians »