It’s Friday again! Which I love. Which you love!
We love Friday!
And so here are some links…
“Old Toronto is an open-source map tool created by Sidewalk Labs that provides block-by-block browsing of historic Toronto photographs. The tool maps more than 30,000 (and growing!) historic city photographs from the City of Toronto Archives, which holds more than 1.7 million photographs dating back to 1856.”
This is great. There are some examples (e.g.: this one ) that show quite a progression across a really long time period. Really well done.
And so refreshing to see a thing like this that is finally NOT only made for New York City. 🙂
h/t CBC MetroMorning
A site that tracks Elon Musk’s “Starman” Tesla Roadster’s orbit in real time.
Check back in eight months. It’ll be interesting to see what they add to this site (if they do.)
“Stanley Kubrick memorabilia from the collection of his assistant Emilio D’Alessandro up for auction, including Jack Torrance’s jacket in The Shining and the Eyes Wide Shut clapperboard.”
The goal is to shoot a projectile into a somewhat stable orbit.
Also: you can fire multiple times, so the projectiles also react to each others’ mass and velocity.
It’s tricky. I like it.
And this is the end of today’s Friday Links, the first of Spring 2018 in the Northern Hemisphere.
Have a great, great weekend everybody. See you next week.