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Montage-a-Google is a cool little project that lets you create montages using Google’s image search. It’s fun and interesting and also can be used to create posters and pictures. It’s fun and easy to use!
NASA satellites capture amazing pictures of Australian floods
The top image shows the flooded rivers in the Fitzroy Basin on Tuesday.
The bottom image shows the same rivers on December 14, before severe flooding occurred.
What it is: Tag Galaxy is a neat little tool that helps students to explore relationships between words and ideas as well as view pictures related to that word. Type in a word to search and immediately you are transferred to a galaxy with the original word at the center and the associated ideas orbiting around it. When you click on the word in the center, a globe populates with pictures from Flickr that are tagged with that word. Click on one of the orbiting words and tags related to that word start to orbit. Tag Galaxy is a very neat way to view information!
Pummelvision is a new tool that takes photographs you have uploaded to your Tumblr, Facebook or Flickr accounts and turns them into a rapid slideshow of your (digital) life. The Atlantic’s Tumblr launched in August of this year and, when plugged into the Pummelvision interface, already shows more than 230 images for the service to choose from.
Amanda Mooney, a social media strategist for Edelman, recently posted a Pummelvision video of her two years on Tumblr to the blog for Ruby Pseudo, a London-based agency. In her post, Mooney noted that Pummelvision reminds her of Rick Webb’s summary of Tumblr: It’s “the only place you can talk serious business mixed in with badass shark photos.”
Check out our first five months on Tumblr above, or try out Pummelvision with your own Tumblr. We know you want to.
From Dayna Watland, a former graduate student of California State University emerita professor Joan Wink.
These 24”x36” original Star Wars trilogy prints by Olly Moss will be on sale at Mondo Monday 12/20. If you miss out on the sale, Olly himself will be selling signed copies Wednesday 12/23. Keep an eye out!
The Great Gatsby: poster created using the entire text of the book.
The Electro-Plasmic Hydrocephalic Genre-Fiction Generator 2000
Batman Riding Robot Unicorn - by Rosewine
Based on Jacques-Louis David’s Napoleon Crossing the Alps
via Kurt White:ilovecharts
I’m enjoying this, it’s probably my favorite option in the keep calm meme.
via Joe Newton