At Path, above all we believe in empowering simple design, quality craftsmanship, and creative freedom.
To that tune we host hackathons once a month where we hack on anything we want. The only rule is: don’t work on what you normally work on. This practice was pioneered at Facebook. We borrowed…
cleaning on a snowy saturday.
Orwell Prize winning hack Johann Hari has some explaining to do. After reading a recent blog post detailing how he seems to have plagiarised large parts of his interview with Antonio Negri I thought I’d have a closer look at his work.
As a test I picked a recent interview of Hari’s at random and went through his quotes, doing a basic check for plagiarism. The results are pretty damning.
Phar Lap’s heart installed in its new showcase in Landmarks.
The opening of Yalangbara: Art of the Djang’kawu, December 2010 in the Gallery of First Australians, National Museum of Australia.
Detail of the Great Hall Tapestry (1984–88). Artist: Arthur Boyd (1920–1999). Interpretation and execution: Victorian Tapestry Workshop (est. 1976). Courtesy of Parliament House Art Collection, Department of Parliamentary Services, Canberra, ACT. This image is copyright.