Tag: cool links

  • Dear Blank

    This brilliant zinger and more await you at Dear Blank, Please Blank.

  • Europe at Night

    This amazing composite image hosted by NASA and other cool images are hosted over at Thought Bubbles, a running archive of occasional wallpaper images and quotes I’ve been curating since 2005.

  • More LinkedIn Visualizations

    A couple more visualizations that use the LinkedIn API that I missed on the previous post. LinkedIn Maps announced yesterday creates a poster-ready view of your LinkedIn network complete with color-coding showing how everyone is related. This type of visualization can reveal interesting things about your career. In my case, it looks like my colleagues […]

  • Dipity Lifestream Visualization

    Just re-discovered Dipity which was a cool tool for creating timelines. They now have jumped onto the lifestreaming bandwagon and provide a way to publish and share a portion of your lifestream in a visual way.

  • Warner Brothers gives us a peek at upcoming Speed Racer movie

    Larry and Andy Wachowski made their name with The Matrix trilogy of movies. In their first release since that series of movies, Speed Racer (due out in May 2008) is an on screen adoption of the popular Japanese cartoon from the Sixties. Today Warner Brothers released a few stills from the movie and it’s looking […]

  • Chart your course with runningmap.com

    Just to see if I could do it, I went way beyond my normal running course and took the long way home. When I got home I used runningmap.com to measure the distance. Very cool tool.

  • Found with Davy Rothbart

    While my normal commute hour is filled with podcasts from the usual tech talk shows and NPR highlights, every now and then I dip into the vast archive of talks over on itconversations.com and pick a few interesting lectures. Today I found a gem! Davy Rothbart runs Found magazine and speaks at Pop Tech about […]

  • Surfing One Huge Wave

    The site that hosts this video tries to pawn this off as a shot of someone surfing Hurricane Ivan but the comments seem to agree that this 70 foot plus monster was off the coast of Hawaii at a place called Jaws and that the guy did make it after all. Still, the video has […]

  • Wonderful Web World

    Wonderful Web World

    As I look for the cross-section of schools and interesting-but-reasonably-priced places to exist (does such a thing exist in the Bay Area?) I found myself wanting for a school district map overlayed on top of a map showing available placed to live. I’ve found pieces of the puzzle: SF School District Map greatschools.org SF Zip […]

  • ugoff.com

    Boing Boing points to another mini-site put up by the Miami-based ad agency behind Subservient Chicken. These guys are re-writing the rules of Western advertising with their deconstructionalist, tongue-in-cheek dig at stereotypes and creative use of new and old media to position their clients’ products. I’ve been the bemused recipient of some of their other […]

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