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Tim Gunn chats it up with local D.C. Students at the Teen Design Fair hosted by First Lady Michelle Obama and the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. Take an early peek at our Master’s of Design issue with Cooper-Hewitt Director, Bill Moggridge on the National Design Museum’s design problem.
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Tim Gunn chats it up with local D.C. Students at the Teen Design Fair hosted by First Lady Michelle Obama and the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. Take an early peek at our Master’s of Design issue with Cooper-Hewitt Director, Bill Moggridge on the National Design Museum’s design problem.

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Nicola Formichetti, Thierry Mugler creative director and stylist to Lady  Gaga, will open his first temporary shop in Manhattan next week. Read More
Remember when we named Lady Gaga the most Creative Person in Business? Yeah, those were fun times.

Nicola Formichetti, Thierry Mugler creative director and stylist to Lady Gaga, will open his first temporary shop in Manhattan next week. Read More

Remember when we named Lady Gaga the most Creative Person in Business? Yeah, those were fun times.


Popdust, the pop-music news site  that debuted earlier this year, is—like a post-haircut Justin  Bieber—on the verge of coming of age. Over the last 30 days, the site  has garnered 350,000 unique visitors, and has formed new partnerships  with AOL, MTV, CNN, Gawker, Vibe, Grammy.com, and others. A recent video of Britney Spears’s dance styles over the years went extremely viral, ending up on Huffington Post, Jezebel, and even Business Insider.
The  Internet is fairly glutted with pop-music sites, and sites for  celebrity news, so a site like Popdust might at first glance seem  superfluous. But to hear its founders tell it, there’s a need for an  authoritative voice where those two realms intersect—a Pitchfork for  pop music, if you will. As David Wade, the entrepreneur behind the site,  told TheNextWeb, even places you might traditionally trust to cover music  are abdicating their responsibility. “MTV cares more about TV than M,”  he said. Continued…

Popdust, the pop-music news site that debuted earlier this year, is—like a post-haircut Justin Bieber—on the verge of coming of age. Over the last 30 days, the site has garnered 350,000 unique visitors, and has formed new partnerships with AOL, MTV, CNN, Gawker, Vibe, Grammy.com, and others. A recent video of Britney Spears’s dance styles over the years went extremely viral, ending up on Huffington Post, Jezebel, and even Business Insider.

The Internet is fairly glutted with pop-music sites, and sites for celebrity news, so a site like Popdust might at first glance seem superfluous. But to hear its founders tell it, there’s a need for an authoritative voice where those two realms intersect—a Pitchfork for pop music, if you will. As David Wade, the entrepreneur behind the site, told TheNextWeb, even places you might traditionally trust to cover music are abdicating their responsibility. “MTV cares more about TV than M,” he said. Continued…

Royal Wedding Maniaaaahhhhh! Have you had enough yet? But wait… there’s more!

YouTube will be streaming the upcoming Royal Wedding in Britain, live. It’s the biggest  gig Google has landed yet, as the event will garner the attention of  billions of people around the world—many of whom will watch online. Can Google handle the data load?


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Royal Wedding Maniaaaahhhhh! Have you had enough yet? But wait… there’s more!

YouTube will be streaming the upcoming Royal Wedding in Britain, live. It’s the biggest gig Google has landed yet, as the event will garner the attention of billions of people around the world—many of whom will watch online. Can Google handle the data load?

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airgordon:

Top 5 quotes from this Vanity Fair Q&A with Stan Lee:
“When I want my wife to make me a sandwich, I’ll say, ‘By the shades of  the shadowy Serapeum, will you please make me a sandwich?!’ Doesn’t  everybody?”
“I always thought it was more interesting to think about Reed Richards.  As you know, he had the ability to stretch, and sexually, that would  seem to be a great asset in many areas.”
“I’m very proud of being a hack. It’s why I’ve lived as long as I have, I think.”
“Nobody looks like Stan Lee!”
“I don’t intend to die.”

airgordon:

Top 5 quotes from this Vanity Fair Q&A with Stan Lee:

  1. “When I want my wife to make me a sandwich, I’ll say, ‘By the shades of the shadowy Serapeum, will you please make me a sandwich?!’ Doesn’t everybody?”
  2. “I always thought it was more interesting to think about Reed Richards. As you know, he had the ability to stretch, and sexually, that would seem to be a great asset in many areas.”
  3. “I’m very proud of being a hack. It’s why I’ve lived as long as I have, I think.”
  4. “Nobody looks like Stan Lee!”
  5. “I don’t intend to die.”