Inside Google Pittsburgh, New York, Mountain View, Amsterdam, Moscow

February 8, 2011 – 12:11 pm

Complement your own office digs today and check out Google’s:

via Flavorwire.

Recording noise duo Toxoplasmosis with the Soundcloud iPhone app

February 8, 2011 – 11:05 am

Toxoplasmosis at Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, 12/28/10 by divvied

Put my iPhone on the table at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art, fired up the SoundCloud app and recorded this Toxoplasmosis performance.

To describe the duo badly: experimental noise.

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Timelapse of Missouri blizzard 2/1/11

February 4, 2011 – 6:03 pm

As my description of this on YouTube says:

Hastily assembled time lapse of the blizzard in Missouri. Shot with iPhone 4 from morning until sundown on 2/1/2011.

Music: “Dance of the Stars” by Beauclerk ( )

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Using Google App Engine & Github repository ‘DryDrop’ to host static sites for free

January 26, 2011 – 2:26 pm

We all hate paying for hosting and the nagging maintenance that come with.

A lot of web stuff does require near constant attention, but what about tossing up those pages that aren’t ever going to change?

Well for the true nerds and github goobers out there “you can host your static content with zero cost, zero maintenance and very little real tech knowledge (just git), a bit of rake) and some gigantic internet nuts).”

Here’s how to host static sites for free on Google App Engine via the github “bucket” tool DryDrop.

(/via Tim of

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3 Links — 1-24-2011

January 24, 2011 – 8:08 am


How-to install the Mac OS X operating system on a thumb drive and then boot from most Intel-based computers. In other words: a thumbdrive Hackintosh.



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Each chapter of The Awesome Foundation has 10 members. Chapters are organized geographically or by topic. Every month chapters pony up a $1,000 grant to one crazy brilliant idea.  No strings attached. The foundation doesn’t own the idea or wish repayment.


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Doc Pop’s “Daily App Experiment” created with iPhone image apps

January 18, 2011 – 12:05 pm

Doc Pop wears many digital hats: iPad musician,  visual experimenter of mobile apps, blogger, yo-yo madman, game developer/designer, painter, illustrator, etc. etc.

He’s was also my first follower on the (primarily) iPhone (only) social photo app

The good doctor does a Daily App Experiment where he takes an images and applies manipulations using different iPhone apps.  He used a photo I shot and posted to yesterday to make #48 in the series.

Daily App Experiment #48: “Nettled Birds” – Saw this pic in @dippold’s instagram and asked if I could play with it. Using TypeDrawing, I added one trillion birds to his original image. I’m really happy folks are willing to let me alter their images. (Taken with Instagram at Daily App Experiment) ~Doc Pop

Make the jump to see my original image and read more about Doc Pop and

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Makeshift macro camera lens from a CD drive laser lens

January 18, 2011 – 1:14 am

A CD laser lens scrapped from a CD drive of an aged laptop


Quick and nastily taped onto a iPhone 3GS


iPhone macro lens

Close up of an Arduino board

Close up of the back side of a one hundred dollar bill

After the jump, a write up about this hacked-up/modded iPhone camera rig and a gallery of some shots taken with it.

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Gallery of 200+ Polish posters since 1940

January 11, 2011 – 5:54 pm

There’s a great poster gallery at that “mostly consists of Polish posters designed since 1940 (with the exception of some posters by Czech and Cuban designers as well as US born, Saul Bass).”

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Minimalist Music Genre Posters

December 13, 2010 – 5:16 pm



Limited edition posters of musical genres designed minimalistically.

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Models of skylines made from old computer parts

December 7, 2010 – 5:57 pm

Central Park

[via BuzzFeed]