1. Don’t let life pass you by.

    On his 30th birthday, Cesar Kuriyama started recording one second of his life every day. 

    His new Kickstarter project, 1 Second Everyday, will fund a simple mobile app that makes it easy for you to do the same, turning a phone into a portable documentary of your own existence. It’s your story — and our Project of the Day.

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  2. When good tech goes bad.

    GLI.TC/H is about what happens when technologies begin to break. 

    A free, open festival of tinkerers, hackers, artists, writers, and coders based in Chicago but active worldwide, GLI.TC/H brings curiosity and humor to the search for truth in failure. Inspired by the unintentional absurdity of digital hiccups, the artists behind the festival hacked their Kickstarter project page, transforming it into an appropriately glitchy mess.

    The team’s current Kickstarter project will help fund this year’s festival, from Dec. 6-9. Do not adjust your screen — GLI.TC/H is our Project of the Day.

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  3. Do not adjust your screen.
GLI.TC/H is about what happens when technologies begin to break. 
A free, open festival of tinkerers, hackers, artists, writers, and coders based in Chicagoland but active worldwide, GLI.TC/H brings curiosity and humor to the search for truth in failure. Inspired by the unintentional absurdity of digital hiccups, the artists behind the festival hacked their Kickstarter project page, transforming it into an appropriately glitchy mess.
This year’s US festival runs from Dec. 6-9 in Chicago.

    Do not adjust your screen.

    GLI.TC/H is about what happens when technologies begin to break. 

    A free, open festival of tinkerers, hackers, artists, writers, and coders based in Chicagoland but active worldwide, GLI.TC/H brings curiosity and humor to the search for truth in failure. Inspired by the unintentional absurdity of digital hiccups, the artists behind the festival hacked their Kickstarter project page, transforming it into an appropriately glitchy mess.

    This year’s US festival runs from Dec. 6-9 in Chicago.