Often called a Pop bottle rocket, or something similar. This is something else entirely. This is a true multi-stage rocket powered by water and air that reaches up to 800 feet in altitude. I particularly like the Red, White, and Blue “exhaust” I remember spending Saturday afternoons with the car compressor and a cork launching … Continued
This is one of the more famous mosaics I’ve made. Complete at it’s new permanent address too. Check it out above, don’t forget to like comment and subscribe. Check you next time!
With just days to go before the new year, the world was on it’s toes. The City of New York was already on lockdown, Streets were closed, screens were being erected, and just as many people were leaving the city as were entering it. The festivities were reaching a fever pitch as celebrities were slowly … Continued
I do love some Infrared photography. There’s something awesome and other-worldly about it that is so enticing. This time-lapse of Oregon is done completely in infrared. I will say, some of the shots are pretty lost. The nightscapes, and the meh mountainsides, those just look like filtered B&W. There are a few nice sections of … Continued
I may have posted about Naked Jakey before, or I may not have. I’m too bothered to look up my usual post history. I found him with his Halo Changed Everything video series. In the above, he goes over the under appreciated world of Video Game title screens. Seriously, how often do you pay attention … Continued
For over 150 years The New York Times has been the pre-emetitive news paper of the United States. Yes, in recent times it has started to lean more towards the left, but it still presents mostly all sides of a story. I won’t get into the politics of the paper, that’s not worth the effort. … Continued
I’m sure you’ve seen versions of this before, but never matter, I’m posting the above video because I thought it was fun to watch, and it’s short, and you can spare the time. Trust me.
Remember this ? Holy crap, that was 9 years ago? Dang, time just seems to fly by. Sadly, that heart is sitting on my shelf, not the desk of the person it was originally for, but in honor of Valentine’s Day, here’s the steps to make your own.
The most impressive part of this marble run is the fact that much of it is carved out of food. Look at the organic shapes made. It must have taken the guy ages to get all that detail in it. It doesn’t hurt that marble runs are just fun to watch.