☛ Joseph O. Holmes Photography: Roxy Theater, Northampton, PA, from The Booth series, 2012. © Joseph O. Holmes. Used with permission. Joseph O. Holmes is an award-winning photographer based in Brooklyn, New York (not to be confused with Joseph Holmes from Kensington, California). In 2012, he made a series about the disappearing art of film […]
☛ Patrick Cummins’s Flickr account: [top] 100 Adelaide St E – 1 – [March] 1989 / [bottom] 100 Adelaide St E – 2 – April 4, 1998. © Patrick Cummins. Patrick Cummins, 55, is a photographer from Toronto. For the past 30 years, he has been documenting the city’s vernacular architecture. The two photos displayed […]
☛ Washington Post: “A gadget’s life: From gee-whiz to junk”, graphic by Alicia Parlapiano / The Washington Post, January 10, 2011 (©). Flash is required. About the general idea behind this project: Web-connected and 3-D TVs are the buzz at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, but it hasn’t even been that long since TV went […]
• By Philippe Theophanidis on January 20, 2011 ― Published in Communication, Technology | Tagged: cellphone, data visualization, diffusion, gadget, history, innovation, lifetime, obsolescence, Rogers, statistics
Kids from a school in Québec, Canada, are in front of 80s 90s generation technologies have to find what are those objects used for.