Monday, May 19, 2014

Link Round-Up: May 19, 2014

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Event: 30 Weeks, a founders program for designers, is an experiment in giving talented visual thinkers the hands-on experience needed to create products that may just change the world. It’s 20 designers. It’s 30 weeks. It’s in New York, and it starts September 2014.

News: Adobe's controversial Creative Cloud service stumbles and fails, leaving many who have paid for the service unable to use it for 24 hours. Adobe says the cause was an unexpected failure during database maintenance. Compensation may be possible.

Here’s a comprehensive list of 2014′s TV premiere dates.
How to Hold A Pencil podcast with the delightful Debbie Millman.

If you're not in New York City, you can takes a guided tour of the National September 11 Memorial Museum online.

The new Godzilla film is in theaters today, May 16, 2014. To celebrate, Alltime10s gives us this video list of 10 Massive Godzilla Facts.

The one thing Star Trek: The Next Generation was missing was sausages.

There's been a major new update to the Starship size comparison chart, and it's raised interesting discussion on MetaFilter (from which we frequently filtch links), such as raising the topics of why a spherical space craft would be impractical, due to the need for cooling.  It turns out that cooling is a massive undertaking in space, including The International Space Station.  For more sci-fi artwork drawn at scale, see the Starship Dimensions website.

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