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Google’s big keynote at its I/O developers conference this week wore me out.
Not because it lasted a grueling three hours and fifty minutes, but because of what was…
A little scary, but they’ve done fine by me so far so hey I can’t complain (yet)
How this scene should have gone
If you don’t get it, say it out loud
That took me 5 minutes…
I LAUGHED UNCONTROLLABLY FOR SO LONG
I dont get it???
SAY IT OUT LOUD.
Ohh, that’s punny.
Beautiful infographic that speaks to ongoing, fundamental shifts in the world economy from Western dominance to a more diverse composition that’s increasingly influenced by Asian mega-cities. The graphic’s twist at 2012 visually implies what we already know: we’re living in the midst of an era of change.
If I could ask for anything else from this graphic, it’d be bigger, bolder text. Nonetheless, the point is made.
I don’t want an XBox One, but damn do I want this game…!
US rivers in the contiguous 48 states, assembled in vector ink from public USGS data by Nelson Minar. It’s like elegant porcelain, made of digital water.
I’m amazed both that so much of the continent is covered by rivers, as well by the fact that there’s enormous regions with nothing. Fascinating. Click the link above to explore more.
Is there something like this for Canada? Can we find this please, Tumblr?
From climate-resistant neighbourhoods to dynamic parking pricing, our latest post looks at ten transformative ideas for creating more sustainable cities.
These are pretty rad ideas, and it’s nice to hear they’re being implemented in cities around the world. Hope they catch on!