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Tuesday, September 15, 2009


Fantastic Journal's post on Raise the Titanic pointed us to the Encyclopedia Titanica / also referenced by Earth Capitol, a weblog / Nice Stuf, a tumblr / C-monster, a weblog / Into the Loop, a weblog / Ludic Interface, a weblog.

Glen Mullaly's image-strewn photostream / The Realist, an archive of the American counter-cultural magazine / After a Frantic Pace for Building, a Nervous Pause, contemplating the sudden glut of starchitect real estate available in Chelsea (NY) / a year has passed since the resurgent textism plunged back into inactivity / i feel it too, a weblog by artist Isabel Samaras (via scrubbles).

Tom's North American Trolley Bus Pictures / Emphemeral New York, a fine urban history weblog / the architectural photography of Maynard Parker (via me-fi). Rich pickings here for aficionados of hyper-stylised mid-century interiors.

Penguin Science Fiction - wow! Pretty impressive stuff / related, Cover Browser / Pension Office, 1918 at Shorpy, via Martin Hayes. The building in Washington DC is now the National Building Museum.

How Scribblenaut recognises 10,000 different words: 'The company had five employees who spent six months reading everything they could get their hands on. Their daily job was to comb through various dictionaries, encyclopedias and Wikipedia to find words to add to the game'.

Folding is a distributed computing project / Bill Guffey paints quasi-naive views of places he's visited on Google (via me-fi) / UK Freecycle breaks free. Seems like classic mismanagement to us - we've used the service several times to offload items and will happily pursue other options like RealCycle. Fighting for Freecycling has more information. As timely compound words go, 'freecycling' is a pretty good one. In a brand-obsessed world, it's hard to disagree with the idea that it has 'value', and that someone somewhere wants to be paid.

Gin and Crumpets, a food blog / Mustard Plaster, more food / Old Chum, a Curtis-esque tumblr / the V&A has expanded its online collection (via fed by birds) / svpply is a blend of tumblr and shopping site, picking eye candy from virtual shelves and stacking it up as a clickable rack of things to buy /

Mockitecture has an eye for the architecturally absurd (and there's a lot of it about), with a link to the 'freakiest building on Earth' and a musing on trends in architectural visualisation: 'a refreshing departure from the technologically dominated field of realistic night time renderings that have us all wondering if buildings are simply being designed for that "one view" or for specific night time lighting conditions.'

Glad to see someone's keeping track of this: The (New) Daily Mail Oncological Ontology Project (via Liz Male) / Why Can't She Walk to School? Related, How children lost the right to roam in four generations, with an interesting, if not entirely scientific map of curtailed freedoms.

A Rare Important Photograph / new Bugatti concept. Old school / the Sketchbook Project / Pattie Maes and Pranav Mistry demo SixthSense, a form of augmented reality that projects information (via a little self-mounted projector) onto things like walls and rolls of kitchen paper and frontispieces. Intriguing; no-one has coined an all-purpose term to describe augmented reality just yet - anything 'aug'd' feels a bit too Scientologist.

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