Happy Friday! Found this earlier in the week and decided it’d be perfect for my current fascination with iPad music apps. Four musicians playing amplified iPads as a quartet. Quite nice! The iPad Orchestra from Alex Shpil on Vimeo. Oh, and the app they’re playing is Seline HD — I’ve not checked it out yet, […]
This video made the rounds earlier this week but was (I thought) cool enough to hang out here too. Remake of Survivor’s classic Eye of the Tiger, with all the instruments replaced by their digital counterparts living within the Apple iPad App ecosystem. ipad + “Eye of the Tiger” from Jordan Hollender on Vimeo.
It looks like someone tired of playing Pac Man and decided to try and calculate how many hours of lost time could be attributed to that ’80s arcade classic reimagined by Google: This weekend, we took a hard look at Pac-Man D‑Day and compared it with previous Fridays (before and After Google’s recent redesign) and […]
Earlier today Google decided to see how much it could influence the economy and productivity of first and second world nations by unleashing a viral online attack against Internet-connected office workers world wide. Ostensibly promoted as a 30 year anniversary of a classic video game, Google is, in reality, bringing workplace activity to a crawl. In […]
A friend showed me this video today and the first thought that popped to mind was Yoga Mat. Then I watched it and was suitably impressed. WANT!
Ok, so it’s not an Olympic poster, it sums up the sentiment. I grabbed this shot while touring the museum display area at the Citadel overlooking Quebec city and the Plains of Abraham this past summer.
Earlier this week NASA release the first series of images from the WISE (Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer) project…and they are hot! Since WISE began its scan of the entire sky in infrared light on Jan. 14, the space telescope has beamed back more than a quarter of a million raw, infrared images. Four new, processed […]