Scratch is a simple, graphic, sprite-based programming language developed at MIT to help kids as young as seven or eight start learning how to do programming. You can run it on the web site, or you can download standalone versions for OS X, Linux, or Windows (requires Adobe Air, deal with it).
Astoundingly, the bulk of the photographs you see in the Ikea catalog are CGI.
Japanese design atelier Nendo has reimagined chopsticks.
THEY’RE SO “ANONYMOUS”! (via JΞSTΞR ✪ ACTUAL™)