Monthly Archives: May 2008
Road safety films have never really improved on this gem http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOfo2d4N16U
Ubergizmo – It’s the Bible for early adopters and technophiles, but sometimes they hit upon something with a retro feel about it. Stepford wives anyone? AI Robotics could have stumbled upon a gold mine here by developing a robot which is … Continue reading
Greensource.construction.com is the US site run by McGraw-Hill who publish Greensource magazine. It has been added to the Links in the sidebar.
Mr Toledano, a photographer who sees the world in a very different way from most mortals, has done a series of pictures called “Bankrupt.” The signs of recent life in these deserted spaces is unnerving.
Studio Pei-Zhu is a young practice of under 20 employees based in Beijing. This stunning art gallery project is showcased by the Architectural site Archinect.
Wave power generation comes of age: BioPower Systems is a renewable energy technology company based in Sydney Australia, developing systems for both wave and tidal power conversion.
An interesting way to visualise the connections between words; the thesaurus database gives a preliminary grouping of words, which can be dragged around the screen and explored graphically.Visual Thesaurus can be bought as a stand alone program or used … Continue reading
Go and see the movie Sharkwater. Don’t ask why, just see it.
An Australian Government site for environmental and energy efficient housing . It’s been added to our permanent links in the sidebar: Your Home – Design for lifestyle and the future Your Home is a suite of consumer and technical guide … Continue reading
A mathematical chest by Takeshi Miyakawa Design for you to sort all your different sized socks into