Saturday, October 9, 2010

10.10.10 - Perfection is coming

10:10 Campaign

Cutting our carbon 10% a year, starting in 2010.

What is it?

10:10 is helping to coordinate 10:10:10, the biggest-ever day of positive action on climate change, on Sunday 10 October, 2010. From sumo wrestlers cycling to training in Japan to 10,000 schools planting trees in Croatia and Russia, from a carbon-cutting telethon on national TV in the Netherlands, to hundreds of people in the UK sitting down to low-carbon Sunday lunches, this is going to be a really inspirational day. What are you doing for 10:10:10?

What can I do?

Across the world, thousands of people will take simple steps to reduce their emissions, cutting carbon and sending a powerful message to world leaders that people everywhere are ready to tackle climate change.

You could mark 10:10:10 with a low-carbon Sunday lunch, make your home or workplace more efficient, or maybe try something extra-ambitious.


10:10 Campaign - London Tube Sign Up from Andy Moore on Vimeo.

10:10:10 Global Day of Doing from Andy Moore on Vimeo.

10:10 - The Launch Film from Andy Moore on Vimeo.

TenxTenxTen in LONDON

10:10:10 is a live exploration of 10

10 October 2010

10hrs 10mins 10secs

@Design Museum this Sunday

TenxTenxTen from Lee Cavaliere on Vimeo.

Ten-month periods of ten relationships, randomly selected from my 10-year Relationship Map.
Good friends, one-night stands, acquaintances, sex and work logged via Excel spreadsheets and hexadecimal colour coding.

To be shown as part of 10:10:10, a live study of 10 by Lee Cavaliere and Studio Condition, at the Design Museum, London, 10/10/2010.

Music provided for this animation by FORMULA.
More, as ever, at

10/10/10 - Sunday October 10, 2010 : a milestone on the design thinking calendar

Excerpt from " How to Apply Eames's Legendary "Powers of 10" to Real-life Problems " by Jamer Hunt

This Sunday is 10/10/10, a perfect time to celebrate the storied Eames Office film.

This October 10, 2010 is Powers of Ten day -- 10/10/10, a milestone on the design thinking calendar. It's named for the film Powers of Ten, made by Charles and Ray Eames in 1968. And for designers, it's an opportunity to both celebrate the Eames Office's groundbreaking film as well as a chance to recognize the power of scale in shaping our understanding of the world around us. There will be festivities around the world. Check out the Powers of Ten website, as well as the powersof10 blog that lists some events.

Powers of Ten is arguably more relevant now than it was the year it was released. The simple idea executed in the film has become a powerful construct for thinking through design problems today.

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10/10/10; Sunday, October 10, 2010: Mathematics, Fractals and Chaos Theory

Excerpt from "How to Interpret 10/10/10 aka 10-10-10; Sunday, October 10, 2010. And a Metaphysics Experiment"
101010 (base two (binary)) equals 42 (base ten).
Oddly enough, this is evenly divisible by the number of days in a week (7 (lucky)); and equally oddly, is also evenly divisible by the number 6 (which is generally designated as being unlucky). Both a Ying and Yang situation seem to be incorporated into this date.
10 (base ten) = 1010 (base two)
(base ten): 10 x 10 = 100
(base two): 10 x 10 = 100
The binary attributes of 101010 lends itself to use by the sciences of fractals (recursive geometric shapes) and chaos theory (the butterfly effect).

To understand more please watch this fascinating film and you will look at the world around us in a completely different way.

Hunting the hidden dimension

NASA deep space photo demonstrating fractals and chaos theory.


My BIG 10

I had the privilege to be greeted by Big Ben right in the first second of 101010 ...
It was a special moment because I arrived there exactly when the famous chimes have started to ring out across London.
For me it was like the New Year's Eve Happy New 10 everybody ! Make it BIG TEN :)