Are perpetually done.
Earlier this month something unbelievable happened, StumbleUpon closed down. I didn’t know it was founded in 2002. I started using it in 2005, or 2006 I think. I can’t remember exactly, I’m pretty sure that I started using the site well before that blog post, but who knows. Endless hours, nay, days were spent stumbling … Continued
How could we go all year without the reminder of this classic? I didn’t think so, did you?
Seriously, who knew that the lonely faucet had so many new ways to operate? If you don’t believe me, search for “faucet” on Yanko Design, (or just click that link). At the time of this writing, there’s 13 pages worth. Sure, some of them are stupid crazy things, but some are actually pretty neat. This … Continued
That’s pretty neat, that’s what that is. This is what I’m doing this week now, watching Nature, and all the neat things that make it up. You should really watch the rest of the videos on the channel, they are really well done. Don’t really take anything he says to heart though, it’s a parody … Continued
I know this video is almost 3 years old, but sometimes it’s nice to revisit some old things, and show how times have changed, and technology improved. In this case, the video quality is still amazing, as is the production quality. You know what has changed, the ability to do something like this and not … Continued
Europe is full of old stuff. So many old things are so old that it’s not a surprise to people when records are misplaced, and memories lost to time. That just so happens to have been the case under the floor of St. Mary’s Church in London. While renovating the church in order to turn … Continued
You know the words. If that’s not your thing, then take a gander at this trailer for the documentary of the events from 28 years ago.
Fries https://youtu.be/QFQyib5ZQZY Because it’s a Christmas Tradition!
James McNabb is a furniture maker, he uses a bandsaw to make these intricate city skylines out of discarded, and unusable scraps of wood. I really like the above table. Especially using the taller buildings as the legs. It’s not practical for sitting around, or putting stuff under, but it does look cool. While these … Continued