“It was captured by the German artist Michael Wesely, who worked with New York’s Museum of Modern Art to photograph the destruction (and subsequent construction) of their building. The shots are ever so ghostly, and are such a terrific souvenir of the MoMA’s heritage.”
The rest of the pinhole gallery
All I can say is that I hope there’s a print I can buy from the MOMA giftshop.
I guess I’d be an independent geek in this study. I think iPads are fairly cool and all but I can’t see the value of one in my life. I have a smartphone and a laptop and that’s enough for me. Any more screens and baby will go blind.
Leadership Tips from Tony Hayward (or Not) Via The Harvard Business Review
Tony Hayward was only CEO I’ve ever referred to as a douchebag in writing. That’s the quite the honor there, Tony.