Ninjas on the ‘Net

[AMNP’s mouse path, Feb. 16th 2010]

I had seen images generated by these ‘mouse path’ programs, but had never actually used one – it’s pretty cool. I’m not sure what it is you can use them for, but it’s fascinating to see a visual representation of your movements on-screen.

With that in mind [what?] – here’s this week’s link roundup.

– Vancouver tops list of livable cities [Planetizen]

- why are you in architecture? [gray matter(s)]

- Blueprint America: Beyond the Motor City (video) [PBS]

– a sit down with Shigeru Ban [Wall Street Journal]

– an aquarium in Times Square? [WSJ]

– Mass Pike Air Rights project struggles [Boston.com]

– Haiti + disaster zone architecture [the Guardian]

- Architecture, Violence, Renewal [Design Observer]

– SOM reaches for the sky [Independent]

– Burj Khalifa closes doors to public? [unbeige]

Saarinen on display at Yale [Yale Daily News]

– Shepard Fairey + architecture, in particular the CAC [cincinnati.com]

- 57th annual P/A Awards [Architect]

- exploded city [Archinect]

- China as a ‘green‘ example to US? [Next American City]

- Palestinians petition U.N. to stop ‘Tolerance Museum’ from being built on Muslim cemetery [Haaretz]

– painting your walls is for suckers [Gizmodo]

– new V-Ray for SketchUp [Digital Architecture]

As always, if you see anything on the web that you believe should be linked-to from AMNP [as part of Ninjas on the ‘Net, the news sidebar, or as a full post] feel free to drop me an email at architecture@myninjaplease.com.

Posted: February 16th, 2010
at 8:56pm by orangemenace


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