Links for 10th November 2008

Fresh from the clogged tubes of teh intarwubs…

  1. Seen it all before

    "While it’s likely that some people in your audience have seen almost everything, it’s also quite likely that there’s nothing (nothing!) that everyone in your audience has seen."

    Tagged with: marketingcommunicationpresentationsstorytelling

  2. Will Facebook kill the two-party system?

    "The more likely effect here—and one we're seeing already—is that people with specific interests that don't map very well across the two-party coalition divide will find ways of forming their own ad hoc coalitions to exert influence."

    Tagged with: Facebooksocial-networkspoliticslobbyingcoalitionleverage

  3. Why Do We Forget Things?

    "… this finding raises the obvious question: if our memories aren’t all that fuzzy, then why do we often forget the details of things we want to remember? One explanation is that, although the brain contains detailed representations of lots of different events and objects, we can’t always find that information when we want it."

    Tagged with: sciencepsychologybrainneurosciencememorymind

  4. Hiroshima: The Lost Photographs

    "In a dispassionate and scientific style, the seven hundred and one photographs inside the suitcase catalogued a city seared by a new form of warfare. The origin and purpose of the photographs were a mystery to the man who found them that night. Now, over sixty years after the bombing of Hiroshima, their story can be told."

    Tagged with: nuclearwarweaponsHiroshimalostphotographsJapan

  5. How to: Use different single template per category [Wordpress]

    Does what it says on the tin.

    Tagged with: wordpressthemecodecategorytemplate

  6. Golden Ratio in modern CSS

    "Harmony. A word that sounds so beautiful, like its own meaning. But how is it possible to achieve it in every place of our layout design? “Golden Ratio” is the answer."

    Tagged with: webdevCSStypographylayoutgolden-ratiodesign

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