- One of the coolest ideas i've heard of in a long time is
Banana Ply Paper
being made by Papyrus
Australia - and strangely enough, the legendary
Mitra is doing the biz dev.
- If i ever decide to pick up a musical instrument, a
Harmos Steel Guitar would be a
very cool one - carbon fiber, Bucky-inspired geometry, and just plain
- How much pollution do you cause? Buy some
- Flags of the World
- I'm Changing The
Climate! Ask Me How!
- Is managing programmer like herding cats or
- Read about
Personal Rapid Transit (PRT). I want it.
History: The African Diaspora, Ethiopianism, and Rastafari
- Visit the Rainforest Information
- Iron Chef
is about the only TV show i've found worth watching
- Join the Viridian Design
- Math or Art? KnotPlot
- Most of Buckminster Fuller's incredible
Synergetics is online now
- I encourage you to
Know & Enjoy Tropical Fruit
- Cool work at NYU
Media Research Lab
Pad++, a "zooming interface" that shares some of
on spatial web metaphors
- Cool architecture:
- Finally a church i like: the
Church of Euthanasia. If you think they were just trying to be
offensive or funny - well, you're correct - but read
this interview - it makes a lot of sense.
- bn.com for books & music (you should
still boycott Amazon!)
- The easiest way to
Find a Person.
- A group called Circle of Fire took over the
Their story sounds good:
- "The Web is a solitary place. People from
around the world can have the same interests, visit the same 2D web
page at the same time and have no idea anyone else is there. Circle
of Fire is committed to fixing this problem. We are bringing people
together with technology and building the 3D Internet. Using our
2D/3D software individuals can collaborate and form communities
- I used to get most of my news from the
- Kyoko Date, a
fascinating virtual idoru (Japanese "idol" celebrity) in 1995, mentioned
interview with Gibson.
- Discover the SF Cacophony Society.
- Read the interesting history of
- Weirdness & Anti-Weirdness:
Stones- Stars and Gold & The
- I worked for 5 years at a virtual reality software company called
Sense8, which was merged into engineering firm EAI in 1998..
- Archie McPhee is a good source of
- Knowledge Revolution's products are
fun and educational physics simulation software.