I love movies, and today’s infographic is excitingly nerdy. One of my favorite card-games, Chrononauts, explores what happens if you could go back in time and change historical events, the paradoxes that creates, and how to plug the holes ripped in the time-space continuum. So while you’re playing a game like that, a fan-girl like me has wondered… Could Marty Mcfly met up...
DSHA TECHNOLOGY CLUB!
Girls interested in joining technology club should contact Mrs. GMueller!
Break Until School Starts!
I’ll be taking a break until school starts…until then! Countdownr
Not Hot Pockets...
Bippity-boppity-bacon! (Thanks Mrs. Metz)
Build Rome in a Day? Done.
Researches from the Community Photo Collections project at the University of Washington used the search term “Rome” on flickr to build a 3D model of Rome in one day. Source: Boingboing
Thanks to Gizmodo, I was directed to one of my new favorite sites: Information is Beautiful. Their work is fabulous! I really enjoyed the way they put Twitter into perspective… if Twitter was a community of 100 people: Source/Image: Information Is Beautiful
More Options for Google Image Search
Google Images has added more search options.These options were available in the advanced image search, but now you have access to them while doing a direct search. Search for kittens and choose “Show Options” and you can sort by face, photo, clip art, and line drawing, along with the size and color options. Source: TechCrunch
Bobby McFerrin Hacks Your Brain
Bobby McFerrin attended the World Science Festival this year to help demonstrate proof of common within difference. Amazingly simple, watch the awesome power of the pentatonic scale. Source: BoingBoing