explore-blog: “Cities smash us together. Cities force us to interact and interaction is good. Human friction is very, very healthy.” Jonah Lehrer, author of How Creativity Works, on why cities are the knowledge engines of the 21st century.
How can I tell what I think till I see what I say?– E. M. Forster
Navel gazing and the decline of design education
designtank: A tumblr post I came across last week was the final straw: Yet another graphic design student given the assignment to document the minutiae of his daily life and create an infographic a la the Feltron Report (which I call the self-absorption scale). Read More “…instead of reinforcing the self-absorbed tendencies of many college students, or the impulse to focus on...
An expert is a man who has stopped thinking because ‘he knows.’– Legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright, who would have been 145 today. Celebrate with 10 of his most timeless thoughts on education and learning (via explore-blog)