Unobtainable but brutally lovely.
R51 spotted in Greece.
Open source hardware. How much storage for how little cash? Just in
case you have a yen to start up a cloud storage company. Or own a
truly awe inspiring porn collection.
Opening up the Kindle. In this case running Linux on it. I’m not sure
why you’d do this but it’s cool.
The newest Manhattan Project allows you to look at what your favorite
little chunk of NYC looked like in 1609. It’s hard to think of bears
in central park. But they’re here/there.
Ross Racine draws imaginary suburbs. Clean black and white aerial
images that either live in your dreams or will give the 3am
Zoetica Ebb write in Coilhouse about another one of her favorite books
from childhood. Town in a Snuffbox. Once again the artwork in a
Russian children’s books astounds.
Ray-Mel Cornelius paints roosters (among other things.) Every bit as
regal as the uniformed pigeons.
Little Red Ridinghood as animated statistical illustrations. Or some
such. Just watch it. (And turn the volume down if you’re in a cube.)