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Short links for November 8th, 2007

Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on November 8th, 2007:

How to Win at Monopoly
Temperature map showing how quickly you get your incremental investment back
  • Build a xylophone out of almost anything – How-tos on building xylophones from everything from pipes, bottles, wood, wrenches, even stone.
  • Fran Holland’s Balloon Organ – Uses a bunch of standard plumbing fittings, tuned with sliders and balloons to produce weird, eerie, bagpipe-style music. A large inflated balloon to one side provides the steady air pressure for the drone.
  • The ‘Winners’ of the Wired News Saddest-Cubicle Contest – David Gunnells, an IT guy at the University of Alabama at Birmingham has his desk penned in by heavily used filing cabinets in a windowless conference room, near a poorly ventilated bathroom and a microwave.
  • Julian Wolkenstein – Lovely photography from Australia’s most branded photographer.
  • Get 10% discount on Image-Line products – Use this link and get a 10% discount on FL Studio, Deckadance, Maximus, Morphine, Sytrus, Toxic 3 DirectWave, and more (someone recently use my promo code to buy an item at the Image-Line store, thanks David!, so I figured I’d plug my code once more in order to gain enough credits to actually be able to purchase something through the IL affiliate program).
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Short links for November 4th, 2007

Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on November 4th, 2007:

  • Strictly No Photography – A website dedicated to photos taken inside places you’re not supposed to take photos. Art galleries, government buildings, religious sites, science and technology exhibits, all user-submitted.
Strictly No Photography
Strictly No Photography
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Short links for October 30th, 2007

Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on October 30th, 2007:

  • Phottle blog: Houses with a View – From the densely populated regions appear, the skyscrapers of the city behind you! In this 2008 show GEO-Kalender GEO-Fotografen houses in great nature, the dream of living and freedom symbolizing.
granite rock of rose in the Brittany coast
Granite rock of rose in the Brittany coast (Erich Spiegelhalter/Agentur Focus)
  • VectorMagic – This site traces bitmap images, turning them into beautiful vector art. Simply upload your bitmap image and you’ll get a converted version in EPS/SVG format.
  • Matt Stuart – Wonderful photograhpy. Stuart writes: I don’t know which came first, being nosey or an interest in ‘street photography’, but a fascination with people and the way they live their lives is why I enjoy the business so much.
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Short links for October 22nd, 2007

Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on October 22nd, 2007:

  • Ultimate Guitar Hero case mod – Rocker/Case Modder Kneivel put together this ingenious home arcade cabinet by taking a stack of Marshall amp cases and transforming them into a Guitar Hero themed gaming system.
  • Graphite Sequencer (2006) – Caleb Coppock’s graphite sequencer.
Graphite Sequencer by Caleb Coppock
  • breakfast by Jon Huck – A photo series of people and their breakfasts.
  • Rising seas threaten 21 mega-cities – Cities around the world are facing the danger of rising seas and other disasters related to climate change.
  • Iconfactory Skelanimals – Icons based on Mitchell Bernal’s cute and creepy Skelanimals
  • Drum Buddy – a unique percussion synthesizer made with oscillators, photoresistors, a light, a motor and a perforated number 10 can.
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Short links for October 17th, 2007

Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on October 17th, 2007:

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Short links for October 10th, 2007

Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on October 10th, 2007:

  • Mona Lisa from recycled train tickets – Employees at the Takashimaya department store in Osaka have created four reproductions of world-famous paintings using 320,000 old train tickets obtained from the nearby Nankai Namba station.
Mona Lisa made with old train tickets
  • Graffiti Archaeology – a project devoted to the study of graffiti-covered walls as they change over time. The core of the project is a timelapse collage, made of photos of graffiti taken at the same location by many different photographers over a span of several years.
  • Dragonfly or Insect Spy? – Robobugs on the loose!
  • Smashing Magazine Best of September 2007 – Some of the most interesting web-development-related web-sites, references, tutorials, services, tools, techniques and articles.
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Short links for October 9th, 2007

Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on October 9th, 2007:

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