It’s May and the sun is shining in NYC. There are also lots of cool things happening on the internet this week. In this edition of Links You Should Give a S#*t About, we’ve got WTC News, the intersection of TV and digital, 3D Printing, Saatchi event news and atom-sized film-making. Happy browsing!
WTC 1 GETS A SPIRE
The wait has been long, but WTC 1 is finally nearing completion. This week they hoisted the top of the building’s spire 100+ stories and put it into place. Gizmodo has a fantastic photo recap and some video of the occasion.
BEYOND THE SCREEN
With every season television shows are pushing further and further outside the traditional boundaries of your TV set. In this post, Michelle Reed from 360i explores some of the best examples of how TV shows are extending their stories into the digital world. It’s a really good read.
LOVE AT FIRST INSTABOT
The advertising industry has been lusting after 3D Printing since the technology started popping up at industry conferences several years ago. This Fast Company piece explores what 3D printing means to the future of the industry.
7×7 – SEVENTH EDITION
Consider this our self-promotional link of the week. We’re hosting an awesome event next Tuesday and you should come. 82 Mercer Street. 5 PM. Tuesday, May 7th. All of the details are available here.
THE WORLDS TINIEST MOVIE
The future is now. IBM and Ogilvy joined forces to make this amazing stop motion short film using Atoms. Yes, you read that correctly – a film starring the building blocks of life. Pretty amazing stuff.