|Lovers of transcendental numbers will love these visualizations of pi and more.|
Read this. Learn. How clothes should fit.
An interesting list of 100 life tips supposedly from someone's high school teacher. It ranges from the very practical (#45 Invest in great luggage.) to the philosophical (#90 Make the little things count).
|Comrade, enjoy these pages from a 3rd grade English textbook from Soviet Russia in 1953.|
Speaking of physics, know yer forces.
How old is the average country? Guess first before clicking through to see the map. Two hints: Japan is the oldest at 2,673 years and South Sudan is the youngest at 2.
World map of day/night usage of teh interwebs.
How healthy is your county? Check for yourself on this map. (Tarrant county is ranked 37th in Texas.)
If you enjoy this video about the sounds of coffee you have a serious coffee problem and should seek help.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art hosts the Rauschenberg Research Project with more info about the artist and his works than you can shake a stick at. (For one particular friend I offer this essay on his Untitled [glossy black painting].)
|You may scoff, but there's something about Ellsworth Kelly's installations that are quite wonderful. (I know a wall that's ready-made for one.) If you're in NYC, be sure to check out Ellsworth Kelly at Ninety.|
Odd food combinations. Bananas and mayo sandwich? Ewww. Bad ideas for automobiles. Pop-up headlights? C'mon man.
Beer geeks: What happens when you try to brew a 5,000 year old beer recipe? Nothing, cuz it sucks. But maybe you could swim in it.
Science is paving the way to the future. With pig poo. Or as they call it, PiGrid, a "durable construction adhesive" for road construction that's made from swine manure. Watch the video.
See how much of a pest Shamu can be.
...is in knowing you know nothing. ~Socrates