A new form of animation
This is just wonderfully nuts.
Making Future Magic: iPad light painting from Dentsu London on Vimeo.
(Click the four small arrows to view full-screen.)
Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish bohemian and ne'er-do-well.
Or: the trolley problem. Article.
I'm very envious that Americans can get that amazing deal with Netflix, tons of streaming content just included in the price.
Laptops Look Like Racecars — and Not in a Good Way, David Pogue article.
(I didn't notice the error in the title either.)
[Oops, I posted this on the wrong blog... the full post is here.]
I wanted to buy a tee-shirt, and found one from a UK company quickly, and was pleased to see they take Paypal, so I don't have to give cc details to yet one more company.
Here in the UK, it seems apartments are usually grouped into "housing associations", whatever the heck they are or do. I suspect they are the real owners of the flats. The problem is, the tenants, even though we have "bought" the apartment, we really don't have any power outside the apartment, so if the street door need fixing and they don't care, we're just f***ed.
I think I've been wanting something like this for a long time.
I hope that search technology will evolve to include synonyms (as optional).
For a while, I've been wanting some toys to photograph. I want some classic toys like they did it 100 years ago, made of wood or metal, not plastic. And with nice colors, not just bright colors. (The clashing neon colors on modern toys make me puke.)
Android Is As Open As The Clenched Fist I’d Like To Punch The Carriers With, article.
Nicola pointed to these NYC Gnosis chocolates.
I just got* Adam Hughes' art book Cover Run. I would recommend it, except there is probably no need, since it's a monster hit already and everybody is talking about it.
Ray heard that ants in total outweigh humans, amazing but seems it true.
Ian found this animated spider which reacts to your cursor. Very life-like.
A failure of ethics in journalism, article.
Fine line art on Lego.
When I mentioned build-up of Stuff, my friend Marc said:
There are some shots of beautiful steampunk designs in this video. (It's in German, but the text explains some of it.)
I now got the two-lamp version of the Mighty Bright portable lights. And it's everything I said about the normal version plus very impressive light output. I would say that it would work for anything I imagine one might do within arm's reach.
New blog: E-reader Joy.
It's absurd that all decent domain names are taken, and the great bulk of them aren't used. I wish they'd make a rule that you have to use a domain, or you can't sit on it.