Links: May 2004

  • Bruce Lee remixer 27 May 2004, 15:24

    A little old, but still funky. Remix Bruce Lee visual and audio elements using your keyboard. (Note: Flash)

  • Wired does Pixar 26 May 2004, 17:21

    Ahead of the release of The Incredibles, Wired has a great article on where Pixar's been, where they're at, and where they're going. They just moved Google to second place on my "Places to Work" list.

  • David Stephenson 20 May 2004, 17:38

    This Australian resident's photography brings a new dimension to the domes of classic architecture from around the world.

  • Legogineering 19 May 2004, 14:37

    Automated Rubik's cube solver? Motion sensor-enabled rotary cannon!? ... and I thought my Lego monster truck was good.

  • Nokia N-Gage 13 May 2004, 15:03

    One thing most Flash sites get wrong is the scrollbar – thin, hard to click and counter-intuitive. The thing about this site is that Joshua Davis gives you a nice chunky one that you can use.

  • Scalable pages without SVG 13 May 2004, 12:29

    Someone actually used one of my experiments to do something useful! Adam Howell creates a Web page that scales with browser width (my bit), including the graphics (his bit).

  • Aerial photographs 12 May 2004, 16:23

    Vincent Laforet's aerial photographs have a way of making you feel wonderfully miniscule.

  • Lovecraft fonts 07 May 2004, 12:13

    Where Cthulu and fonts meet, you get a nice selection of 1920's, eerie to occult typefaces which subtly evoke the spooky moods of H.P.'s storytelling.

  • Paperclip art 07 May 2004, 11:57

    An icosahedron made of 210 paper clips? Justin Schlecter likes doing that; and helices as well.

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