It’s been a busy year for the Include Digital SlimServer jukebox! Feast your eyes on the top 5 uber-tunes: Windy City Theme by Carl Davis
Today sees the launch of our new brand identity, we hope you like it!
Include Digital has created a brand new competition mechanic for the Spice Girls. If you have a photo of yourself dressed as a Spice Girl
LucasFilm has commissioned Christmas card designs for the past 30 years; unsurprisingly, the influence of The Force is strong. You can see most of them
The staff of The Onion’s A.V. Club encounter several thousand band names a year, whether by receiving albums, press releases or gig listings. Just as
Search behemoth Google has announced a new tool to rival Wikipedia. Currently known as “knol” (it stand for a unit of knowledge, apparently), its object
Eccentric designer Tom Dukich has created the Rain Pod, an umbrella fitted with an iPod and speakers within the handle (you can just make out
Soul legend Ike Turner has left for a funkier plane. Granted, the wife beating was out of order, but hey, he created some great music,
Introduce your children to the realities of inner-city life with the excellent Urban Collectables collection. Available to buy from chinnychinchin.
Chicago Designer Jenny Beorkrem (a.k.a. Ork Design) has released a series of maps/posters featuring some very nice typography. See more and buy at Ork Posters.
The daredevil, death-defying, stunt-biking hero Evel Knievel died on Friday aged 69. The self-confessed former card thief, safe cracker and hold up man suffered years
If you stumble across this blog posting, please be aware that we have since moved from this address! You can always find our current location
Scientists have conclusively proven that tea is the second tastiest drink in the world after beer. Thanks to New York designer Joey Roth, mankind can
Independent traffic reports indicate that The New York Times has gained almost 3 million users since dropping its subscription model. This follows news that Friends
Zigzag Zombie is an intriguing typography project from typeworkshop.com: “Take one long piece of material, and make letters by endlessly folding the material. Once you
Aaron Koblin has created flight pattern visualisations using data from the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration). Raw flight pattern data was parsed and plotted using Processing,
Rolling Stone magazine has launched its first digital edition, available free online. Declining sales have forced the magazine to explore alternative revenue streams; launching an
Ask.com has launched a UK map service similar to offerings from Google and Microsoft. The postcode for our office brings up the following result: Cheers
Yahoo! has launched KickStart, a “professional” social network aimed at college students and alumni. From first impressions, it appears to be a LinkedIn for students.
British arist Nick Veasy creates some intriguing work in his uber-baddie studio (a converted radar station in Kent); these x-ray photos are a real treat.
If you’re new to graffiti and need to get some practise in, why not download Fakeproject’s graffiti colouring book? The PDF contains a variety of
I’ve just installed Oracle Database 10g Express Edition to a dev server running Fedora Core, following the detailed instructions supplied by Oracle. The instructions seem
Tea Party Studio is the combined efforts of Israeli illustrators Hagit Hashimshony, Gal Shkedi and Oleg Milstein, who live by the mantra “letâ€™s draw cool
The Financial Times reports that Facebook is to launch in languages other than English as part of an ambitious international expansion programme. Facebook currently lags
ChÃ© Magazine has added to its controversial series of ads with this beauty (in terms of concept and booty pertness).
Comingsoon.net reports that Knight Rider is returning to our TV screens in the not-too-distant future. No news yet on whether David Hasselhoff will be involved,
Aston Martin, designers of some of the most outrageously, spectacularly wonderful and expensive cars on the planet, have released a new watch that can lock,
Google is rumoured to be planning a rival to the 3D virtual world Second Life, scheduled to be launched late 2007. If this is true
People under 20 and technophiles look away now, the incredibly retro MP3 cassette player might not be for you!
Peter Feigenbaum’s model train set is as gritty and urban as they come. More photos at Vestal Design.