Mar. 28th, 2014

Hello again.

Are you ready to say good bye to March 2014? I sure am.

And while we’re at it: some links!

» Michael Paul Smith: Elgin Park

The main link is really just a description of this photographic project. But take a look instead at this story from the UK’s Daily Mail, and then dive into his Flickr Pool. The amount of detail this guy puts into his photographs is inspiring.
Sent along by Cassie P., among many, many others. Thank you.

» If Pixar Ruled The Oscars

A few weeks late but still good. 🙂
Sent in by Bonnie P.

» Where The Streets Have Your Name

Enter your first name. Click the button. See either a Google maps or a Google Earth representation of how many locations in the US have streets with that name.
A great data visualization experiment.

» Home Sheep Home 2: Lost In London

I spent an inordinate amount of time playing this. It’s nicely designed.
Great find, Heather D.!

Bonus Link!

» Movie DNA

“Unique movie memorabilia. Every frame of your favourite movie, stitched into one incredible art print. Find out what your favourite movie’s made of. 130,000 frames compressed into One frame.”
It’s a bit odd, but I like it.

Happy Friday everybody. Stay safe out there.

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