Archive for May, 2008
The latest collection of uniquely designed flash drives from around the world/Internet.
Can you 'see' music? What would Beethoven's 5th Symphony look like if it was a drawing? Hows about the Macarena?
A collection of elegantly programmed computer animations using web based technologies
Alarm clocks are the nemesis to blissful sleep. Some people require more than what a normal alarm provides to yank them from dreamland.
Dorian Garson from Startty.com provides a telnet only service which scrolls text of selected information 'widgets' onto almost any connected retro device that can display text.
From animated characters to reality figures, the imagination of artists and the power of technology brings our beloved cartoons into the physical world
I'm sure the Lego company had good reason not to release a Ultrarealistic 'Glock 17' lego kit for kids 12-17. "Fool your friends and police folk alike"
Pictionary played online is a quick way to fritter away a few hours of your life trying to figure out random people's scribblings in a harried state.
Five projects displays people in various points in their lives compared to their earlier years.
One step closer to world domination, Honda's famous Asimo robot conducted Detroit Symphony as it performed The Impossible Dream.