Melih Bilgil, who’s been working on the PICOL project, released a new video earlier this month. PICOL is “a project for providing free and open icons for electronic devices. The aim is to find a common pictorial language for electronic communication.”
The wonders of the internet. You’re about to watch a film made by a Turk in Germany linked to by an Indian in the UK. And you are what and where?
Which brings me to the real reason for this post. “History of the Internet.”. Click here to watch.
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And I am an Indian from India.
Not as much color in that perhaps but wonderful to link virtually anyway! :)
Very nice video.
re. pictorial communications, I think you might find interesting this work by my friends Gualtiero and Roberto Carraro http://www.codexart.net/codex.html
They have much more in terms of pictorials for computers and a sort of “esperanto” for techology which they called “euro”; checkout this
Mahesh, Stefano, welcome to the conversation. Stefano, you’re right, codexart is fascinating. Thanks. I had heard about euro, but that hasn’t quite grabbed me so far. BTW I think you said you blog about food as well? Where?
No, I said I love italian food.
the only thing I wrote about food you can find here: http://tinyurl.com/d8n7hw
Larry Lessig stated “this article is brilliant”…
Stefano, the url doesn’t lead anywhere, would love to read it.
the website is changing provider . need to wait for relocation and DNS propagation.. I’ll let you know
here you have it