latimes:

Weird Al Yankovic asks for permission from musicians before including his parodies on an album, but are they always happy with the end results? Our Entertainment section put together this interactive that lets you watch Weird Al videos and explore the original artists’ reactions. (While we’re on the subject, our pop music critic describes Weird Al’s latest as “a stone cold masterpiece,” using criteria he explains in his review.)
Photo: Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles Times

latimes:

Weird Al Yankovic asks for permission from musicians before including his parodies on an album, but are they always happy with the end results? Our Entertainment section put together this interactive that lets you watch Weird Al videos and explore the original artists’ reactions. (While we’re on the subject, our pop music critic describes Weird Al’s latest as “a stone cold masterpiece,” using criteria he explains in his review.)

Photo: Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles Times

Win This Book! Design for Kids

http://ift.tt/1riPShP July 25, 2014

Last week, Debra Levin Gelman shared an excerpt from her new Rosenfeld Media book, Design for Kids. Today, we’re launching a contest to give away five copies. Answer the following question to enter.

What is the most remarkable thing that you’ve learned about experience design by watching or interacting with a kid?

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