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Print with Light from Lumi on Vimeo. The Lumi Process is a DIY home kit meant for transferring photos onto fiber products like T-shirts. The ink kits currently come in red, orange, and blue and you can support the project and get yourself a kit on Kickstarter now.

Silverstein Properties is trying to spin the slow-ass construction process at the WTC site with this video of what the site will look like once completed. Great. But the fact remains that this place still isn’t complete 10 years after 9/11. Shame.

Holy cow, one man takes on the mission of installing Windows starting with MS-DOS version 5 and then subsequently upgrading through EVERY version of Windows since then (all the way up to Windows 7). The commentary is fantastic and really serves as a great example of the UI design evolution in Microsoft Windows. Thanks Andy!

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David W. Dunlap at The New York Times describes the progress at Ground Zero in great detail in this interactive presentation on the NYT. In it, he describes how most of the progress at the site is below street-level which explains — at least in part — why most people think the rebuilding process there […]