A social media photo-mosaic portrait of the earth, zoom into to reveal more photographs.
Big Brother is watching. Statebook spoofs Facebook, detailing some of the information the UK Government holds on it's citizens.
Just noticed David Holmes has compiled a Celebrity Playlist on iTunes. Regardless that he's the only named DJ I would consider paying to listen to, his selection isn't really much like his live sets – but you can see it's influence on his recent, and very reflective, album The Holy Pictures.
Actually the playlist may have been more obscure but of course the choice is limited to what's available on iTunes already – i.e. none of that rare and forgotten vinyl much loved by the DJ.
Anyway, there doesn't seem to be a way to link directly to a playlist on iTunes, so you'll have to search for his artist page and then click Celebrity Playlist.
A Flickr set of photos from 1960s & 70s of
strippers trying out for dancing jobs at a So. Cal club. On display are just a handful from a collection of over 400 Polaroid shots.
I don't really worry about tan lines, as I understand you need to be out in the sun to get them, but here's a novel idea of turning tan lines into art….
iCloud provides online cloud computing, not just storage, but a desktop and applications – so in theory you don't need anything on your computer except a web browser (and a fast internet connection).
The desktop looks good and has pre-installed the common applications most users will need. It's kind of odd setting up an email client on a cloud desktop, especially I'm connecting to GMail anyway, so I could just open another browser window to use it. However for locked down computers where iCloud is the only thing running this makes more sense.
Your given 3Gb of storage to begin with, and it certainly looks nice that Google Docs – but it runs slower and I'm not sure if it's something I'd seriously consider using yet.
This website reminds us of the fantastic ways people have boosted calorie intakes. Some look gross, however the Kebab Pizza (aka “Viking Pizza”) has been a bit of a favorite of mine when in Sweden.
A giant Jimmy Dean Maple Sausage filled with bacon, cream cheese, mushrooms, jalapeños and Colby cheese.
I thought my scrambled eggs were pretty good, but here's a slightly different way to do them – I never thought of not whisking them first…
Not going to check back, but does Chef Ramsay get through this with out swearing once, even when he burns the toast…
Robyn Hitchcock Dreams of Oslo, Synesthesia, Snow…