And I’m back. And we’re back. And everything is back!
“Cinetrii analyses reviews to infer possible inspirations behind a film. Enter a title to find other works that may have inspired (or been inspired by) it, along with the quotes that determine the connection.”
This is a great, great little tool!
Underwater Sculpture by Jason deCaires Taylor
These are just beautiful.
They’re located in a few different
Ben Ashton: Empire
Weirdly glitch portraits of British Empire figures.
Interesting work. Kind of whimsical.
Click to swing from one or more anchor points to break through a wall.
Starts super simple but rapidly gets quite challenging.
And there we go! Friday is again alllll linked up!
Thanks for following along at home everybody. I hope you’re safe and healthy and well.
See you next week!
For a change I have to take a break this week. I was having a hard time finding new sites to feature, and as time ran out I decided: This week will be a hiatus.
I’ll be back at it next week. Apologies for the absence of Friday Links this week.
Stay safe! We’re gonna make it through this year. One foot in front of the other.
See you next week.
It’s finally Friday again!
Also, I know: “What is time?”
I’ll tell you what time it is! It’s Friday Links time!
My Physics Lab
“Click on one of the physics simulations below… you’ll see them animating in real time, and be able to interact with them by dragging objects or changing parameters like gravity.”
Super interesting! Well done.
“Near Real-Time Satellite Images”
Really fascinating, especially when severe weather is on the approach.
Sent along by Lisa R.
“Audiotool is a collaborative online music production studio right in your browser.”
The results are pretty impressive. I wonder how long this took to develop. Crazy!
Microsoft Flight Simulator, from 1982 – 1989, rendered in your browser.
It works! This is a bit of a trip. Super difficult to control in my opinion. A very, very light touch is required.
And so there we go! Friday alllll linked up!
I hope you’re all staying safe and healthy. We’re going to get through this year.
See you next week everybody.
Hey Friday people!
Press Play To Pause Your Thoughts
A lovely, random little site that I feel like we definitely need in 2020.
“Transform any hands-drawn design into a HTML code with AI.”
Wow it really works!
Sound Of Colleagues
For all of us in lockdown, this site plays the ambient sounds of a typical workplace environment.
It was created by Swedish Advertising agency
Familjen STHLM as a reaction
to this spring’s strict work from home policies in Sweden. Enjoy!
In which you play a skateboarding raccoon.
Beautiful looking game! Super fun.
Friday Links! Success!
Have a great (long?) weekend!