“Hello to all friends and lovers of rare and vintage musical electronic toys. This is the first museum of lost organs, damned keyboards, childish synthesizers, dusty voice transformers and singing calculators. Most of them are from the 70ies and 80ies.”
A very nice picture site (lay-out and pictures) with one of my former passions as a subject: Scuba!
EepyBird.com is taking the “throw some mentos in a diet-coke bottle” thing to a whole new level.
Experiment #4 and #137.
The iPod is a newbie; the mobile phone celebrates it’s 60th birthday.
“What was possibly the first real mobile phone, in the sense that it was connected to the telephone network, was tested by the Swedish police in 1946 for use in police cruisers”.
Hip hip hurray. The white (yes much more colours, i know) musicbox of Apple turns 5 this week.
A little history.
“Gregory Colbert’s Ashes and Snow is an ongoing project that weaves together photographic works, 35mm films, art installations and a novel in letters.”
“A light-hearted, occasionally politically-incorrect, pictorial look at the gravesites of OVER 1,000 famous, infamous, and unusual personalities from around the world.”
“Timeline of all skycrapers holding the title of tallest building in the world from 1890 to present”.
Another page with the current top 10 of tallest buildings.
And another (i agree that should be the last on this subject!): top 200 of current tall buildings.
What would happen to our planet if mankind would immediately dissapear from earth?
Click on image.
The history of Holland (The Netherlands) in 50 steps/icons. From megalithic tombs to Europe and from William of Orange to Anne Frank.