I hate, hate, hate the fact that the page resizes my browser window, but Ugly Green Shirt is a pretty nice bit of animation all the same.
Monthly Archive for March, 2005
The LA Times has a bunch of Printable trail maps. I think I need to get out there and do me some hiking.
Delivery is an animated short made by Till Nowak. It sort of reminded me of that animated short — I think it was called “Smile” — the one with the guy that invents the product that makes people happy. Same kind of dingy world view. Anyway, certainly worth the download.
Stray Matter is a nice photoblog. I really like the combination of images and stories. I’m sure there must be lots of people doing that, but this is the first one I’ve come across.
Being the vain sort, I sometimes run a vanity search on Google for “will raleigh”. “Will” being a stopper word for Google, I need to use the quotes to get the search to produce decent results, and even then most of the hits are questions with “will” as a verb like: Will Raleigh go to […]
There’s something really strange about Inc.com’s profile of Keith Ferrazzi, The 10 Secrets of a Master Networker. It’s like there’s a pendulum swinging the the story and it alternates between being incredibly interesting and potentially useful one minute followed up by sounding a lot like my own personal hell the next. It goes back and […]
This interview with FedEx logo creator, Lindon Leader is pretty interesting. I had noticed the arrow in the FedEx Logo before. Strangely though (and completely unrelated), I had never noticed the arrow in the Amazon.com logo that went from A to Z until somebody pointed it out to me. I guess it’s funny what you […]
See, a hard night of drinking might be a lot more fun if the drinking devolved into this kind of a hypothetical: How many 5 year-olds could you take on at once? I’m thinking at least 50, probably even 100 or more. The people on that thread saying it’s in single digits are crazy. via
Posted in Science and Tech on Mar 18th, 2005
I’d never heard of porphyrins until just a minute ago, and now I think they’re the coolest freaking things ever. Cool…Cool…Cool…Cool!: Shelnutt says the nanodevice could efficiently use the entire visible and ultraviolet parts of the solar spectrum absorbed by the tubes to produce hydrogen, one of the Holy Grails of chemistry. These nanotube devices […]
I think the value of getting an MBA would be in the networking and in getting back into a traditional classroom environment. Still, from a pure love of useful knowledge approach, there’s probably something to be said for the The Josh Kaufman “Personal MBA” Program. I’ve read a few of the recommended books and thought […]