Fed by Birds has some tongue-in-cheek suggestions for modern gardens, including growing strawberries on a fairground slide, installing a “swimming trench” with adjoining strawberry beds, and camping for tower block dwellers.
In February each year they stage a mountain bike race through the town of Valparaíso (Chile). The bikers have race down narrow steps, over jumps and take tight corners by riding up walls on the outside of the curves. Crowd … Continue reading
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You can opt out of being shown internet ads by Microsoft’s business partners here: http://choice.live.com/advertisementchoice/ and http://www.aboutads.info/choices/ The process for the last link is not exactly user-friendly as Microsoft runs a lengthly cookie test in your browser before allowing you … Continue reading
Impressive act by Charlie Caper and Erik Rosales using 7 iPads to promote Stockholm.
The above is a “must watch” video. It shows in 30 minutes why we are almost certainly going to be grappling with huge problems in the very near future due to the ongoing exponential growth (in use of resources, in … Continue reading
The first thing that went through my mind, when I read this article in The Independent, was that “Dementiaville” must be just like the village (Portmeirion) which the British cult TV series “The Prisoner” was set in. The Prisoner, an … Continue reading
I think this is something I don’t really need to experience first hand! … Continue reading
Google is running a series of puzzles at agoogleaday.com over the next months, which can be solved if you know how to use Google to help you. If you get stuck, you can click on “Show Answer” below the puzzle, … Continue reading
Paul Nicholls in Christchurch, New Zealand, has produced a continuously updating map showing the location and depth of the quakes which have struck Japan since the magnitude 9.0 quake on the 11th March 2011. Today (17th March), there were 34 … Continue reading