Posts filed under “Weekend”

George Carlin: The Ten Commandments

Category: Humor, Weekend

Alpine Aquaculture, Austrian Style

Check out the long film at — It is part of the DVD “Sepp Holzer´s Permaculture” which you can purchase there. A film about the sustainable use of water by Austrian farmer Sepp Holzer. Fishponds on a mountain farm: an unusual sight at these altitudes. On an Austrian mountain, permaculture farmer Sepp Holzer created…Read More

Category: Weekend

Winston the Bulldog vs Patrol Car

I’ve met some Bulldogs and Pits — they are incredibly powerful creatures: A Chattanooga Police officer, while running radar at 1410 Workman Road on Sunday night, had his patrol car attacked by a ferocious bulldog. Officer Clayton Holmes said he had stopped to work on a report when he felt his car shaking. He got…Read More

Category: Humor, Weekend

Adobe Photoshop “Content Aware”

This is incredible new technology — In the not too distant future, doctored photos are going to be increasingly difficult to detect . . Adobe: One of the biggest requests we get of Photoshop is to make adding, removing, moving or repairing items faster and more seamless. From retouching to completely reimagining an image, heres…Read More

Category: Web/Tech, Weekend

1955 Ferrari 375 Mille Miglia

Another gorgeous car from Classic Driver: Sport Speciale by Pinin Farina

Category: Weekend

Interactive Climate Data Map

Cool map from Vizworld: >

Category: Science, Weekend

iPad Magazine Demos

VIVmag VIV Mag Interactive Feature Spread – iPad Demo from Alexx Henry on Vimeo. Hat tip Bits The Wired Tablet App: A Video Demonstration VIVmag

Category: Web/Tech, Weekend

Sonar by Renaud Hallée: What Music Should Look Like

Fascinating musical info-driven animation called Sonar from Renaud Hallée. I found it both mesmerizing and relaxing . . . You can see a tool similar to how this was made — insane stuff — here > Hat tip Fast Company

Category: Weekend

Health Care Expenses vs. Life Expectancy

via Columbia / Sam Cook

Category: Weekend

Charles Johnson: Why I Parted Ways with the Right

Dangerous Minds: It was the blog post heard ‘round the world. When Charles Johnson wrote Why I Parted Ways With The Right in the space of a few minutes and posted it on his popular Little Green Footballs blog, he had no idea the firestorm it would set off. Nasty denunciations, death threats and a…Read More

Category: Politics, Weekend