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Scottish artist Katie Paterson is growing books starting with 1,000 saplings, as a part of a 100-year book-art project called “Future Library.” A piece of land in Oslo, Norway is being cleared out for the future-book trees, along with a space for the future manuscripts. Here is the catch though, every year, for the next 100 years, a new author will be chosen to contribute to this library, but these works cannot be read until 2114! So…basically, it may be hard for any of us...
Hacking is great, but only when the hackers are on your side. Unfortunately, last Friday September 5, the International Women’s Media Foundation was hacked, defaced and had most of its original content destroyed. The IWMF is a foundation that supports the empowerment of women journalists worldwide. As the website stated in a blog post September 12, the hacker was based out of Turkey, and due to the severity of the attack it is suspected the hack was intended to deliberately prevent IWMF from doing its work...
Andrea Boston is a multimedia storyteller, and the goddess that started TheOddflowers.com. Oddflower is a story project that launched on July 29 to showcase women of color who felt like they hid their passions growing up for fear of judgment. Some of the women Boston interviewed so far are punk rockers, and other ladies who may have hid their musical interests and talents because it wasn’t culturally "normal" or appreciated among their peers. She spotlights women who realized that they were different in their teenage years,...
The BUST Craftacular @ World Maker Faire is fast approaching (Sat & Sun, Sept 20 & 21!) and since we have loads of pent up excitement about it we've been chatting with some of our wonderful vendors to bide our time until then. We recently sat down with Ali and Xime from Shadowplaynyc to find out where they get the inspiration for their mind blowing cosmic designs. B: Tell us a little about yourself and your wares. What's your main goal for your business, why did you start, how would...
The BUST Craftacular, NYC’s longest running indie craft fair and shopping event, is going on this weekend September 20-21, at the World Maker Faire. With over 65 vendors showcasing and selling all things handmade including knitwear, jewelry, home décor and specialty foods, the Craftacular won’t disappoint. This is the fifth year that we’ll be partnering with The World Maker Faire which takes place at the New York Hall of Science, in Queens NY. The Maker Faire is an outdoor, family friendly festival of invention, creativity and...
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