Top Five Friday November 22, 2013

Well,  you’ve done it.  You’ve made it to Friday and your favorite part of the week, the Top Five. Before getting started, I think it is necessary to state the obvious.  Today is a day that many people remember very vividly.  50 years ago today President John F. Kennedy was shot in Dallas, TX.  …read more…

Top Five Friday November 8th, 2013

spreder

Hello again!   I hope that you have had a nice relaxing first full week of November.  It certainly has been getting cooler and the colors of fall are showing most everywhere now. With only 8 weeks left in 2013, a lot of end of the year projects are starting to crank up.  This means…read more…

Top Five Friday October 4th, 2013

There are a lot of cool technologies coming out now.  We have the new iPhone, Galaxy Gear, and just take a look around kickstarter to see the things that people are coming up with. Some of you may be seeing these new technologies and wondering, “How can I do that?”   Well, there is something…read more…

Top Five Friday August 30th 2013

Here we are again!   It seems like every week we have a Friday…  Wait… This Friday, the Top Five has found a lot of cool things on the interwebs.   We’ll shake up the way that you think you should count, look at foods and flags, see a really cool trick, have a new…read more…

Top 5 Friday: June 14th

Well, here we are again.  I know, it seems like just yesterday you were reading about accents, the Simpsons, and cell phone usage.   Now its that time again.  Here is your Top 5 Friday. 1.) Here is number 1.  Or should I say 0?  The number 0 has some really weird properties.    Numbers have…read more…

Finding Paul Miller : A Year Without the Internet

The Verge technology writer Paul Miller made the brave decision to disconnect from the internet for an entire year in hopes of finding out who he was without it. His goals included reading more, learning more, traveling more, the essentials that we all want to accomplish when time seems to be in abundance and eagerly…read more…

Top 5 Friday : April 26, 2013

Alain Delorme

1. Australian artist Jeremy Geddes creates astounding photo-realistic oil paintings of figures free-falling or bursting through mid-air. It takes Geddes about one to six months to complete a single painting. Some people are just born with talent. It kills you, right? 2. Draw animals with the help of an iPhone or iPad and the newest…read more…

Top 5 Friday : March 8, 2013

Cecilia Paredes

1. Brazilian design studio 18bis visualizes Pablo Neruda’s poem The Me Bird using the strata stencil technique. What results is a hypnotic, mystical journey of a ballerina reaching her ultimate freedom. 2. Designed by Sunhan Kwon, Take Weather combines traditional weather apps with photosharing to produce personal updates on Mother Nature. You can download it…read more…

Top 5 Friday : November 30, 2012

Box

1. Photographer Robert Burley has been chronicling the inevitable shift from analog to digital photography for the last decade. By capturing the empty, derelict buildings that once were massive manufacturing facilities for Kodak, Agfa, and Polaroid, Burley is able to tell a story that puts the constant change of technology in a stark, nostalgic light.…read more…

Top 5 Friday : October 5, 2012

Arrested Development

1. Artist and photographer David Allen Reeves loves paper cut-outs. His work is intricate and eerily haunting. Can you imagine the amount of time it takes to create one piece? 2. The Arrested Development gang is back and about to reboot the critically acclaimed, beloved television series on Netflix. Now all we need to do…read more…