Monthly Archives: September 2007
This stuff is wild! Do you normally think of graffiti as subversive art spray-painted illegally on the walls of a city? Some artists, including Edgar Mueller, Julian Beever and Kurt Wenner, defy that stereotype, painting and chalking openly on city streets and sidewalks. Check out these brief bios with 20 amazing images of their work from around the world!
Search giant Google is offering a $30m prize pot to private firms that land a robot rover on the Moon. This ought to be quite a creative exercise. Can someone do it for less than 30 million dollars? These kinds of competitions seem to spur creativity, so this should be interesting.
With the lowest rating yet issued to an iPod, this massive, truly complete review of the iPod touch leaves no stone unturned: comparative screen quality, battery, audio, and video tests with photographs and videos will help you decide whether your money’s better spent on another iPod – or saved for a better model next year.
A good Gizmodo review of the new iPod. When looking at the it, you have a choice: you can either see it as an evolutionary leap for iPod, or a slight downgrade from iPhone. I think overall it may be a third option… a downgrade for iPod. You gain a thinner shell, up to 16GB of storage, and you get the touch functionality…but you lose a bunch of apps, the phone, and some other surprising things. A nice summary of features missing or changes made.