Sunday, October 30, 2005

I want to ...

A page of utilities that help you do stuff you want to!

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Saturday, October 29, 2005

Google flight search takes off

Users can type in two different cities, or airport codes, in the Google search box to bring up two boxes for entering departing and returning flight dates. Below those are links to several travel Web sites including Expedia, Hotwire and Orbitz. Clicking on one of those links leads directly to flight options on that site.

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Friday, October 28, 2005

Illustration of New York - What's Underground

A well mapped out illustration showing exactly what is beneath you and how far down it is in the city of New York (including the subway).

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Amazing Fractal Cabbage

This is so visually stunning an object that on first encounter it's hard to imagine you're looking at a garden vegetable rather than an alien artefact created with molecular nanotechnology. Then you realise that vegetables are created with molecular nanotechnology, albeit the product of earthly evolution, not extraterrestrial engineering.

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Photos from undeveloped film in antique cameras

Here is a gallery of prints made from unprocessed film found in vintage cameras. Since the film was never developed, the photographer of these shots never saw them. This photo came from a bakelite Rolls camera, circa 1939, found in a Chicago junk shop.

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Every File Format in the world

This site lists just about every file format you can think of and what its associated with.

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Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Awesome Archive of the Amazing/Paradoxical M.C. Escher Paintings

Due to the huge amount of M.C. Escher's work, we have split up our Gallery in several chronological periods and a general one about his symmetry drawings. Depending on your connection speed it might still take a few minutes to load all the images.

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Sunday, October 16, 2005

Video: Steve Jobs interview on CBNC about video iPod

In an exclusive interview, Steve Jobs sits down with CNBC to discuss the new iPod, their strategy for video, and the recent Apple stock plummet, based on, what he says, was Wall Street expectations that were "a little nutso".

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Sunday, October 09, 2005

The Pyramids Posted by Picasa

Chancho Posted by Picasa

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Charley y Amigo Posted by Picasa

Diablos Posted by Picasa

Charley Posted by Picasa

Casa de Leo Posted by Picasa

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