January 31, 2015

Patronage Package 13 of Duly Discovered


Timeline: “Would You Like Some History with Your News?”
by Richard Procter

Slack: “Reporters, Designers, and Developers Become BFFs”
by Alisha Ramos


“A Voyage to South America: Andean Art in the Spanish Empire”
by Art Institute of Chicago

by Rob Brink


“Fashion China”
by Gemma A. Williams

“The Fifth Age of Work: How Companies Can Redesign Work
to Become More Innovative in a Cloud Economy”

by Andrew M. Jones

“The First Bad Man”
by Miranda July

“Exclusive First Read: Scott McCloud’s ‘The Sculptor’”
by NPR Books

“Through New Eyes: a Typographic Revolution”
by Will Moran

“Tasty: The Art and Science of What We Eat”
by John McQuaid

“How to Revive the Worn Out Cliché”
by Orin Hargraves

“The Indie Author Power Pack:
How to Write, Publish & Market Your Book”

by Sean Platt, Johnny Truant, David Gaughran

“Make It So: Interaction Design Lessons from Science Fiction”
by Nathan Shedroff and Christopher Noessel


“At its Core, Warped Family Drama ‘Mommy’ is ‘A Story of Love’”
by Rachel Martin

“The Chief Executive Artist Bundle”
by Ondi Tominer

“The Must-See Documentaries for Designers & Artists”
by Javin Ladish

“Making Rye Pasta”
by Alder

“Nowhere to Call Home: a Tibetan in Beijing”
by Jocelyn Ford

“Diane Von Furstenberg: Inspirational Words
for Independent Women”


by Kerri Pang


Truss Chairs by Mi Workshop


“Our Dear, Departed Books”
by Tom Gauld

by Summer Pierre

Ribbon/pin/button for France’s National Day of Mourning
by Richard Wade Morgan

“The Impolite Gentleman”
by James Yang

by Jenelle Huddleston

“Art is Free: Responses to Charlie Hebdo”
by “The Atlantic magazine” Illustrators

In Memoriam

Colleen McCullough, Author

Rod McKuen, Songwriter

Ernie Banks, Baseball Player

Al Bendich, Defender of Free Speech

Jane Wilson, Painter

Stuart Scott, Sports Commentator


“Class Historian” by BRONCHO

“Rivers and Roads” by The Head and the Heart

“Dengue Fever: Retro Pop, Cambodian Style” by Rachel Martin

“Medusa” by GEMS

“Open” by Rhye

“Wait” by M83

“Cruel” by St. Vincent

“The Times They Are A Changin’” by The Brothers & Sisters

“Smug” by Poliça

“Weekend” by Smith Westerns

“The Workplace” by Jim O’Rourke

“Tempest” by Lucius

“Come Walk With Me” by M.I.A.

“The Ballad of the Hanging Parcel” by Tiny Ruins

“Back, Baby” by Jessica Pratt

“The Scene Between” by The Go! Team

“To Here Knows When” by My Bloody Valentine

“Gathering Stories” by Jónsi

“Very Busy People” by The Limousines

“GMF” by John Grant

“J. Cole: ‘Ain’t Enough Of Us Trying’” by Microphone Check


“Our Big Bet for the Future” by Bill and Melinda Gates


“Further” by Brian Clark


by Erika Dufour

“10 summer days spent in New York City”
by Roth and Ramberg

Street Photography
by Micaela de Freitas

“Is this the Happiest Photo Ever Made?”
by Ben Cosgrove

“Women of Steel: LIFE with Female Factory Workers in World War II”
by Ben Cosgrove and Liz Ronk


“Sawdust & Dirt” by Michael Kline


Seven Interruptions: “The average person is interrupted 7 times
an hour at work”

Flag: “Tasteful ad on back of each photo allows free delivery of prints”


“Why the Workday is So Filled with Meetings”
by Yuki Noguchi

“In China, highly educated women
are mocked as a sexless ‘third gender’”

by Lily Kuo

“How to Fix the Oscars: Abolish Nominations”
by Adam Sternbergh

“This City is the Surprising No. 1 Place to Get a Job in America”
by Laurie Kulikowski

“Is Being a Writer a Job or a Calling?”
by Benjamin Moser and Dana Stevens

“Google’s Quest to Write the Rulebook for Interactive Design”
by Kyle VanHemert

“Homeless Man Encourages Others on the Streets to ‘Get Up’”
by Pamela Fessler

“Rising Football Star: Prepare for the Worst, Pray for the Best”
by Michel Martin

“Virtual Games Try to Generate Real Empathy for Faraway Conflict”
by James Delahoussaye

“17 Ridiculous SkyMall Products that You Need
to Buy Before It Closes”

by Sophie Kleeman

“Charleston’s Food Trucks”
by Holy City Sinner

“Urban Life in The 21st century”
by NPR Cities Project

“The Test: Why are Schools are Obsessed
with Standardized Testing—but You Don’t Have to Be”

by Anya Kamenetz

“We are Studiomates. Soon we will be Friends.”
by Tina Roth Eisenberg

“Russell Brand, Amanda Palmer, and Shepard Fairey
Get Bundled as a Filmmaker Shoots for Total Disruption”

by Jennifer Miller

“The Ten Most Popular Web Fonts of 2014”
by Type Wolf

“At 90, She’s Designing Tech for Aging Boomers”
by Laura Sydell

“5 Things You Need to Know about Xiaomi”
by Adriana Lee

“As Cities Push for Their Own Broadband,
Cable Firms Say Not So Fast”

by Frank Morris

“Breaking Out of the Library Mold, in Boston and Beyond”
by Katharine Q. Seelye

“When the Disruption Hits the Fan:
Why the New Republic Has to Stop Being So Conservative”

by Reid Hoffman

“A Timeline of Ramen Development”
by Karen Leibowitz

“One of Many: Why Job Seekers Don’t Stand Out”
by Chris Arnold

“Tate’s Digital Strategy 2013–15”
by Adam Wood

“What can make audio go viral? NPR experiments
with building earworms for social media”

by Eric Athas

“What Writers Can Learn from ‘Goodnight Moon’”
by Aimee Bender

“Beyond the ‘like’: What comes next in social measurement”
by John McDermott

“Pomplamoose 2014 Tour Profits (or Lack Thereof)”
by Jack Conte

“Advice for business owners ‘pursuing their passion’
from a bleeding heart veteran”

by Lime Red Studio

“Talking to tanner woodford about the chicago design museum”
by Design Applause

“Restaurateur to Introduce Salaries, Stable Schedules,
and Health Insurance for Employees”

by Bryce Covert

“‘Play Freely at Your Own Risk’: a history of adventure playgrounds,
which offer children the opportunity for no-rules recreation”

by Amy Fusselman

“Making Peace with Music that Everyone Loves but You”
by Spencer Kornhaber

“Max Temkin, Designer & Co-Creator of Cards Against Humanity”
by Will Shandling

“Selma was snubbed because the average Oscar voter
is a 63-year-old white man”

by Todd VanDerWerff

“How Margaret Atwood and Zadie Smith Use Technology:
an Excerpt from ‘Process: the Writing Lives of Great Authors”

by Elisabeth Donnelly

“Get to Work: on the Best Advice Writers Ever Received”
by Sarah Anne Johnson

“Big Wins for ‘Transparent’ Make It Clear:
TV’s Undergoing a Revolution”

by Eric Deggans

“As Start-Up Strategies Evolve, So Does Role of a Business Plan”
by Eilene Zimmerman

“Brain Freeze” by Jeremy Gordon

“The Doctor Who Championed Hand-Washing
and Briefly Saved Lives”

by Rebecca Davis

“Haruki Murakami will take your questions
on cats, jazz, and the Nobel Prize”

by Heather Timmons

“Ellar Coltrane, Taking Notes on Life and Girls for ‘Boyhood’”
by Tamara Keith

“Exciting new ideas in space technology
are getting short-changed by Congress”

by Adam Wernick

“After a long, cold journey, NASA’s New Horizons probe
has Pluto in its sights”

by David Leveille

“Resolved: 7 creative habits for a pivotal year in design”
by Josh Clark

“How to Promote Yourself without Looking Like a Jerk”
by Dorie Clark

“Women of Woodworking”
by Katie Thompson

“Healthy Body, Unhealthy Mind” 
by Pico Iyer

“Gorgeous ‘Pillars of Creation’ Shine in New Hi-Def Hubble Photos”
by Macrina Cooper-White

“Why Your Own Intuition is the Most Powerful Force You Have”
by Nathan Furr

“Art Installation Opens Passage to a Different World”
by Steve Inskeep

“Why We Write, Why We Stop,
and How We Can Possibly Restart and Keep Going”

by Julianna Baggott

“Why are some people so good at persisting?”
by Nathan Kontny

“Different kinds of broken systems”
by Seth Godin

“The ‘Happy’ Phenomenon”
by Pharrell Williams

“Behind the Scenes: How Do I Get So Much Writing Done?”
by Gretchen Rubin

“When Life Hacks Go Too Far”
by Kristin van Ogtrop

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