Here are my favourite links from this week, curated by Fraggl:
- More Adam Magyar brilliance (above). A "high speed video recording at Seoul at Sindorim Station of people descending on stairs while changing from Line 1 to Line 2".
- Makes sense - NBC Universal found that (FT £) a TV show’s ratings are more likely to determine social media activity rather than social media driving viewership.
- A good piece on how our use of distancing language ('user', 'product', 'content') can counter-act empathy
- A great Vice interview with Tom Uglow (Creative Director of Google Labs in Sydney): "Most of my projects attempt to defuse landmines of precociousness"
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