We hit 100!!!
Can you believe there’s been one hundred Saturday Sunday Shares?
This is the best gaming/controller/mobile device solution I’ve ever seen.
I would be tempted to get an Android smartphone just to do this!
Check it out:
I used to be a huge fan of the old hand written card, but it seems like more and more I’m too pressed for time to write that card. Or I forget about a friend’s birthday until 2 days before, run to Hallmark to score a semi-funny card…write all my sentimental birthday thoughts, go to the post office and buy a book of stamps even though I only need one (didn’t I just buy a book a month ago…wonder where that book is??) Then finally address the card and mail it…only to find out that the mail has already come for the day from my mailbox and it will just sit in there until tomorrow when it gets picked up at 4pm. And thus won’t make it to my friend in time.
It’s a shark attack!
…are the sharks attacking people or are people attacking sharks?
Hmmm….just be clear, let’s check:
Sometimes waiting is the toughest part of life. I had the opportunity to film Pastor Pierre Quinn and recently I was just approved for a job transfer that took two years.
That doesn’t seem like a long time but as tech people we all want things quick, fast and in a hurry. I hope this message inspires you like it did me to relish in the wait while God prepares you for something big.
I’m not sure what kind of project this could be used for, especially since it works best with browsers using webkit (could we please adopt a standard and everyone comply!?!), but this Hyperspace generated with CSS3 is a whole lot of fun.
Check this out:
I’m not actually sure if this is the longest trampoline in the world or not, but it’s got to be close.
Called Fast Track, this thing is located in Nikola-Lenivets, Russia and is 51m in length!
Look at this thing:
Child abuse is a very serious thing and educating not only the community on looking for signs on children as well as how to prevent it from happening in the first place. The tough part is, how do you inform children of child abuse when their abuser is a parent or a sibling that is sitting right beside them? You need creative advertising!
The ANAR Foundation is using technology to come up with a great way of communicating and reaching abused children.
Here is the description that comes with the video:
Photography has been around for nearly 200 years, with the first photo taken in 1826 and the first color photo in 1861. And there have been many changes along the way: camera’s have gotten better, less expensive and ultimately digital.
The explosion of mobile cameras has led to a drastic increase in the amounts of photos taken…but has also brought forth complains from ‘real’ photographers that the art of taking a good picture isn’t appreciated anymore. Photoshop and other editing possibilities have made it possible to make beautiful statements out of mediocre pictures. Continue Reading…