stefanie young

stefanie young

My place to filter the world - to put things that I like. Photos, articles, drawings, comic strips.. anything that takes my attention as I do my day.

dexter dalwood

dexter dalwood

dexter dalwood

jesuisperdu:

Paper Knowledge is a book about the mundane: the library card, the promissory note, the movie ticket, the PDF (Portable Document Format). It is a media history of the document. Drawing examples from the 1870s, the 1930s, the 1960s, and today, Lisa Gitelman thinks across the media that the document form has come to inhabit over the last 150 years, including letterpress printing, typing and carbon paper, mimeograph, microfilm, offset printing, photocopying, and scanning. Whether examining late nineteenth century commercial, or “job” printing, or the Xerox machine and the role of reproduction in our understanding of the document, Gitelman reveals a keen eye for vernacular uses of technology. She tells nuanced, anecdote-filled stories of the waning of old technologies and the emergence of new. Along the way, she discusses documentary matters such as the relation between twentieth-century technological innovation and the management of paper, and the interdependence of computer programming and documentation. Paper Knowledge is destined to set a new agenda for media studies.
[download here]
jesuisperdu:

Paper Knowledge is a book about the mundane: the library card, the promissory note, the movie ticket, the PDF (Portable Document Format). It is a media history of the document. Drawing examples from the 1870s, the 1930s, the 1960s, and today, Lisa Gitelman thinks across the media that the document form has come to inhabit over the last 150 years, including letterpress printing, typing and carbon paper, mimeograph, microfilm, offset printing, photocopying, and scanning. Whether examining late nineteenth century commercial, or “job” printing, or the Xerox machine and the role of reproduction in our understanding of the document, Gitelman reveals a keen eye for vernacular uses of technology. She tells nuanced, anecdote-filled stories of the waning of old technologies and the emergence of new. Along the way, she discusses documentary matters such as the relation between twentieth-century technological innovation and the management of paper, and the interdependence of computer programming and documentation. Paper Knowledge is destined to set a new agenda for media studies.
[download here]

jesuisperdu:

Paper Knowledge is a book about the mundane: the library card, the promissory note, the movie ticket, the PDF (Portable Document Format). It is a media history of the document. Drawing examples from the 1870s, the 1930s, the 1960s, and today, Lisa Gitelman thinks across the media that the document form has come to inhabit over the last 150 years, including letterpress printing, typing and carbon paper, mimeograph, microfilm, offset printing, photocopying, and scanning. Whether examining late nineteenth century commercial, or “job” printing, or the Xerox machine and the role of reproduction in our understanding of the document, Gitelman reveals a keen eye for vernacular uses of technology. She tells nuanced, anecdote-filled stories of the waning of old technologies and the emergence of new. Along the way, she discusses documentary matters such as the relation between twentieth-century technological innovation and the management of paper, and the interdependence of computer programming and documentation. Paper Knowledge is destined to set a new agenda for media studies.

[download here]

jtja:

Rudolf Stingel at Gagosian
April 2014
jtja:

Rudolf Stingel at Gagosian
April 2014

jtja:

Rudolf Stingel at Gagosian

April 2014

eastmanhouse:

Freight train in city(Street Life, Unid. Location) seriesLewis W. Hine, American, 1874 - 1940
ca. 1915gelatin silver print34.4 x 26.5 cm.
eastmanhouse:

Freight train in city(Street Life, Unid. Location) seriesLewis W. Hine, American, 1874 - 1940
ca. 1915gelatin silver print34.4 x 26.5 cm.

eastmanhouse:

Freight train in city
(Street Life, Unid. Location) series
Lewis W. Hine, American, 1874 - 1940
ca. 1915
gelatin silver print
34.4 x 26.5 cm.

nubbsgalore:

photos by mike roberts, masa ushioda, peter liu and doug perrine of green sea turtles being cleaned by yellow tangs, goldring surgeonfish and saddle wrasse. by feeding on the algea and parasites which grow on the turtle shells, the fish not only keep them clean, but reduce drag, helping the turtles to swim faster. 

see also: butterflies drinking turtle tears 

Donna Haraway, “Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Chthulucene: Staying with the Trouble”, 5/9/14

brianboxphotography:

Frogs life by Brian Box
brianboxphotography:

Frogs life by Brian Box

brianboxphotography:

Frogs life by Brian Box

mpdrolet:

Frida winking, 1933
Lucienne Bloch
mpdrolet:

Frida winking, 1933
Lucienne Bloch

mpdrolet:

Frida winking, 1933

Lucienne Bloch

fiore-rosso:

Kazunori Fujimoto Architect & AssociatesHouse in NasuNasu, Tochigi, Japan
fiore-rosso:

Kazunori Fujimoto Architect & AssociatesHouse in NasuNasu, Tochigi, Japan

fiore-rosso:

Kazunori Fujimoto Architect & Associates
House in Nasu
Nasu, Tochigi, Japan

iloveinfrastructure:

(via Relief for red-light delays in Auckland - National - NZ Herald News)
iloveinfrastructure:

(via Relief for red-light delays in Auckland - National - NZ Herald News)

behindhipstaland:

Milan by Jose Martos Jose Martos Lopez.

mpdrolet:

Columbus Circle, 1936
Berenice Abbott
mpdrolet:

Columbus Circle, 1936
Berenice Abbott
mpdrolet:

Columbus Circle, 1936
Berenice Abbott

mpdrolet:

Columbus Circle, 1936

Berenice Abbott

fiore-rosso:

Alisher Akishev.
fiore-rosso:

Alisher Akishev.
fiore-rosso:

Alisher Akishev.

fiore-rosso:

Alisher Akishev.

eyeofanarchitect:

USAF Space Frame
designed by Konrad Wachsmann, 1951more: this a456
eyeofanarchitect:

USAF Space Frame
designed by Konrad Wachsmann, 1951more: this a456

eyeofanarchitect:

USAF Space Frame

designed by Konrad Wachsmann, 1951
more: this a456