This issue of Increment examines the tech industry’s relationship with programming languages, how they’ve evolved, and where they’re going.
I’m still reading through some of the articles and I can def recommend the one about COBOL.
Also, this Bloomberg article about WeWork is super interesting. A colleague and I recently started going to a co-working place in Berlin to work on a side project on the weekends and I am very interested the business model.
What was billed as the first street culture sale just took place in Paris, and it brought in a whole new crowd.
The brainchild of Artcurial, an auction house generally known for its fine art, furniture and design sales, this was “C.R.E.A.M: — Cash Rules Everything Around Me” — billed as the first street culture auction by a traditional auction house.
Titled after the Wu-Tang Clan’s 1993 single, and coming at a time when the three decade-long dialogue between New York’s underground scene and the worlds of contemporary art, fashion and design appears to have reached a fever pitch, the event on Wednesday night proved a major hit: 94 percent of the lots eventually sold, and final totals doubled the global pre-sale estimate, reaching 850,681 euros, or $1 million.