Tag: art

Study Of Time Clock Uses Shadows To Tell Time [video]

Study Of Time Clock Uses Shadows To Tell Time [video]

| November 1, 2011 | Reply

Sundials were a way for people to use shadows to tell time way back before a clock was invented. More or less you could place an object outside and as the sun would move across the sky the shadow the object produced could be used to tell you what time of day it was. In […]

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Steve Jobs Has Died (1955-2011). Some quick thoughts….

Steve Jobs Has Died (1955-2011). Some quick thoughts….

| October 5, 2011 | Reply

Just a day after the first Keynote he had missed in a long time announcing a new product, Steve Jobs has passed away. There isn’t a lot of information right now but it isn’t a troll this time spreading a rumor. Whether you love or hate Apple there is no denying that Steve Jobs was […]

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The MP3 Experiment Eight is Pretty Neat [video]

The MP3 Experiment Eight is Pretty Neat [video]

| July 27, 2011 | Reply

Coming from a political background I like reading about sociology and seeing how social experiments work. Being in the creative arts industry now I am a big fan of collective art projects. The MP3 experiment kind of mashes them both together. In this installment, there are two groups of people that meet in two locations […]

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There is still one handwritten newspaper in the world. One

There is still one handwritten newspaper in the world. One

| May 23, 2011 | Reply

Penmanship and Calligraphy is a dying art. For the most part people 35 and under have crap handwriting. The reason is because we simply don’t need to be able to write well or nicely. Newspapers stopped using handwritten print long ago. This single paper is still trying to make it with handwritten writing. The paper […]

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If you have about 250 hours free, you can make a paper Audi

If you have about 250 hours free, you can make a paper Audi

| April 20, 2011 | Reply

When I was young, I went to the school library and rented an origami book. I took some construction paper out of art class and made every little plane, animal, and shape in the book. then I sold them to kids on lunch for $1 a piece.  I was pretty proud of that achievement until […]

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Andy gets a Tat : WJD Loves the Look

Andy gets a Tat : WJD Loves the Look

| October 21, 2010 | Reply

It’s about time he man’ed up and got a tattoo and we are lucky he wanted our logo on his chest. I have seen all his buddies getting tattoos as you see in the collectible Andy figurines but to see the Android bot himself getting inked is awesome. Thanks to our close buddy and professional […]

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Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’ and Flash run like butter on Nexus One (video)

Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’ and Flash run like butter on Nexus One (video)

| May 11, 2010 | Reply

While Adobe evangelist Ryan Stewart wants us to focus on Flash 10.1 performance — admittedly impressive — running on his Nexus One, we can’t help but be distracted by the Android 2.2 “Froyo” build apparently supporting his device. Can you blame us? It’s not like we’re alone with waning interest in Flash, especially for video […]

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Photo Editing Software Radical Draw fills a long awaited void!

Photo Editing Software Radical Draw fills a long awaited void!

| March 5, 2010 | Reply

As many people have noticed, there has been a bit of a long lost feature that Blackberry’s haven’t even begun to shed the least bit of light on. The painting and photo editing area. A new company called Radical Photography and Graphical Arts created an app that hopes to pull out the giant flashlight on […]

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