Incredible Birthday Machine
Aurora Sound Visualizer
SVG Art Gallery
World's Lightest Colored Web Site
Archives by year:
Plurib.us is an evolving collaboration by
, begun in 2002.
For some reason, The
Corpus of American Soap Operas
is a database available on the internet.
(I recommend looking at the "see lists" links in the Introduction section.)
Damn it, August!
OK, so this is great.
Two Worlds One Sun
It's time for the non-planets.
From here on out, the best pictures ever, of Pluto!
LightSail unfurls in space, and sends back a picture. Awesome!
And falling down robots!
Starting to unravel the mysteries of Pluto's moons...
Cool image (at the bottom) of various solar system bodies showing relative lightness of their surfaces.
At long last - what was old is new again.
Then she farted around a bit and... died of the plague.
Fascinating on so many levels.
The Software Developer's Sketchbook
But, what do you name your folder that you fill with python scripts?
Space is hard. Baby steps!
It's Pictures From a Comet time.
Don't know why, but I'm kind of excited about this "phone".
Inspirational, for the skeptical developer in me.
Universal Typeface Experiment
is a project to create a typeface based on an average of handwritten samples. You can contribute!
Furthermore, you can see examples and averages split by gender, country, handedness, and industry.
Not sure why a comic with stick figures suddenly seems like the best medium for conveying this somewhat complex concept.
("Heartbleed" web vulnerability conveyed)
Cartoonists Ryan North (of
) and David Malki (of
) each keep "finding" terrible books that the other has written.
World, Plurib.us has released its first phone app. We give you Date Calculator 3000.
(...for all your date arithmetic needs!)
Are you looking for a font whose glyphs discourage contemplation?
The font you want is
Sad Etsy Boyfriends
2 new cautionary tales of online account attacks. (None of these involve hacking passwords. I guess they're strong enough now that they're not the low-hanging fruit anymore.)
Mystery on Mars!
If I was trapped on an island with just one web site, this would be a contender.