Sunday Reading: The Magazine

Sunday April 20, 2014

Don't take the title as arrogant, there's an invisible question mark after the The Magazine. It's not a grand reinvention of publishing, but an inquisitive step into its future.

Pre Fab Homes

Saturday April 19, 2014

Prefabricated houses are the best parts of science fiction without the fiction, the speculation or the starships, and some pretty inspiring places to live. 

Record Store Day 2014

Friday April 18, 2014

Forget chocolate eggs for a sec, tomorrow the world celebrates the cultures and communities that develop around flat, black discs. 

One of the creamiest cool-weather porters we've had in a while comes from a former steel warehouse in the Sunshine State.

David and Goliath (book giveaway)

Thursday April 17, 2014

What does a game of junior basketball have to do with the Battle of Britain? Everything, says Malcolm Gladwell, who gets counterintuitive in his latest book.

Last year's TEDx Sydney produced some of the most-watched talks in TED land. Here are some to look out for this year.

Depending on your tendency to nap in classrooms, what you missed in history might vary. This podcast is closer to the stuff we all missed in history class.

Cities in the Sky

Monday April 14, 2014

With any luck, future cities will look more like Star Trek than Blade Runner, especially if these architects have a say. 

Sunday Reading: FLATT magazine

Sunday April 13, 2014

Like a cross between a high-production style mag and a contemporary art publication, FLATT magazine pits beautiful images alongside seriously stimulating reading.

Pressing Letters

Saturday April 12, 2014

A master of a 550-year-old craft, Wayne Davis explains why sometimes the old way is the only way.

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