Follow urban historian Steve Duncan to see the hidden sights and people of New York.

Shot on a canon 5d mkii with canon 24 f/1.4 (version 1) with the zacuto rapid fire, Zoom H4N and a sennheiser g2 wireless lav. The zacuto was really great at being there when I needed it but also staying out of the way.

Undercity by Andrew Wonder Continue reading


I don’t care about SEO

A few months ago I tweeted that we no longer needed to sell User Experience and our job was now to focus on delivering good user experiences.

These days we’ve stopped selling UX and started simply doing it.

Sure, some agencies or individuals haven’t quite reached that inflexion point yet, but I can tell you that it’s on the way. Demand is far outstripping supply, so if you’re not there yet, you soon will be. User Experience is no longer a point of difference, it’s just the way all good websites are built these days.

I don’t care about User Experience – andybudd.com

Hopefully in the very near future this shift in approach will happen for SEO too. There really shouldn’t be an SEO company or a marketplace of SEO ‘experts’. The work of SEO is half website design and development (good semantic markup, sensible layouts) and half content production (incorporating keywords, writing good titles and meta descriptions etc.). These skills should be in-house and standard practice.



Little Emily wanders into a hidden part of town and stumbles upon a failing magic shop, where she is given a magical mechanical stuffed Rabbit. She brings him to life, expecting a magic show, but gets more than she bargains for….

Rabbitkadabra! by Dave Chen, Naomi Chen, Michelle Czajkowski and Krzysztof Fus from the School of Visual Arts Computer Art Department in Manhattan. Continue reading

Mario’s Ladder


I used to draw out Mario levels and characters on graph paper. I’d move them around and make the little paper Mario jump on the paper Goombas and think, “Man, I wish I could record this.” Fast forward some 20 years later and I’ve finally gotten around to doing something like it. Here’s to the 6 year old in your past who always liked to draw cartoons.

Mario’s Ladder by Cory Godbey Continue reading