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Wednesday, September 05, 2007

A Brief Message: 200 Word or Less On Design

Manifesto's galore—blogged about here. But now, it's a new concept by Subtraction and NYT's Design Director Khoi Vinh, and Liz Danzico, comes A Brief Message – somewhere between critique and manifesto, wordy and skimpy. Brief Messages discuss issues of design. Pithy, provocative and short — 200 words or less. Now this has my attention.

Ads by the pretty people at The Deck and the usual cast of characters. Should be good. And over blogged. (Guilty! As charged).

( via Bad Banana )

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Anonymous Liz Ness said...

Fun! (Hate to admit it, but I'm an online news reader, too. However, I love books and can't see myself reading a novel online -- too uncomfortable. Guess I'll be doing the homework, heh-heh).

10:45 AM  

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