Still Spring (and not yet Summer) where I live. But soon… soon…
And now it’s link time!
“In the early 20th century, following the development of the entertainment industry, hundreds of theaters were built across North America. Major entertainment firms and movie studios commissioned specialized architects to build grandiose and extravagant auditoriums.”
“Now, many are reused as churches, retail spaces, flea markets, bingo halls, discos, supermarkets or warehouses. Some are waiting for a restoration and some others just sit abandoned.”
Beautifully shot, heartbreakingly modified.
There are some gems in here. “Funeral Kazoo“?! Hooo boy!
“Earth’s CO2 Home Page”
This site comprehensively tracks the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere via sensors at the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii.
They also have a Twitter account you can follow.
“Sports Car Challenge is a cool racing simulation game in which you can try out a sports car and test its capabilities. You can explore the vast 3D city and drive wherever you wish. “
It feels floaty in a way that reminds me of Grand Theft Auto. It’s pretty fun, and pretty challenging. (And renders in your browser. Crazy)
“Selfies” taken by the Google Streetview camera in a variety of interior locations.
This has been your Friday Links for Friday, May 3rd, 2019.
See you next week everybody!