Konstructor, from m-city.org, is a tool that lets you build your own cities to use as stencils.
I was looking at this cool photo on Flickr by Orbital Joe called Fells Point ShiftyG filter, and was curious what a ShiftyG filter was. Through Google I found this great plug-in tool for Photoshop , which I assume is what Joe has been using, called virtualPhotographer. It has a whole bunch of great color
I tried creating a playlist in Apple’s iTunes music software and sharing it through the iMix feature, which posts it online so other people can sample it. I was a little dissappointed with the results though, since iTunes just drops off the songs that it doesn’t have available for purchase. What began as a playlist
I’m just starting to get into my first ever online game, now that the “newbie” friendly World of Warcraft has finally been released in Europe. This game is huge, and seeing as I’m only a level 5 after a few hours of play I have a long way to go. I’m not actually sure where
Can anyone guess the process behind the beautiful shots in the Small World series?
This must be at the extreme end of “customer love”, although Apple customers seem to go to these extremes pretty regularly. This lego figure is designed to mimic Apples sihouette iPod ads.
Navy releases tsunami images – BBC News.
I saw this cover for the book The Island Walkers when I was at Third Place Books over the weekend. For some reason it struck a chord with me as inspiration for doing collages, particularly of macro photos mixed with architecture. Just want to remember to try something like this out with my own photos.
Google have another great service in Beta release. This time it’s a map that you can use to show local services, get directions ets. Here’s all the Starbucks around Redmond town center, for example. Click on the tags that appear and they show the address and links to related websites.