I was asked today by Melissa, art teacher in a Cincinnati Jr. High, to relay my experience rotoscoping with my 5th graders on iPads. I had mapped out a plan a long while back as to how I was going to...
The world is full of noise and those that are the loudest are the ones we tend to follow but what about the quiet ones?
Author Susan Cain shines a spotlight on introverts and reveals how over time our society has come to look to extroverts as leaders. Not suggesting that one is better than the other, Susan argues that the world needs an equal space between introverts and extroverts.
For our new Colors episode, we reached out to dozens of amazing artists and asked them to record covers for the show. What we got back blew our minds. Here's a list of all the recordings we featured in the show.
Our world is saturated in color, from soft hues to violent stains. How does something so intangible pack such a visceral punch? This hour, in the name of science and poetry, Jad and Robert tear the rainbow to pieces.
Any discussion about Super Bowl commercials always leads to Apple. Apple has a long history of commercials, and in this slideshow, Macworld senior editor Roman Loyola takes a look at his 20 favorite Apple ads.
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