Today's Cool Site of the Day is a beautiful and scary depiction of what is going on around the planet. Founded in 2007 by James Balog, the Extreme Ice Survey (EIS) is an innovative, long-term photography project that merges art and science to give a “visual voice” to the planet’s changing ecosystems. EIS imagery preserves a visual legacy, providing a unique baseline—useful in years, decades and even centuries to come—for revealing how climate change and other human activity impacts the planet. Please hit the Facebook 'Like' button below then view and rate it here on the day of this Post. After 11/17/12, click here. Finally, have a cool site?
Today's Cool Site of the Day is RedShip.com, a cool, easy way to send a care package to a college student, boarding school student, summer camper, or anyone you want to make smile. Please hit the Facebook 'Like' button below. View and rate it here on the day of this Post. After 11/13/12, click here. Finally, have a cool site? Please submit it. Mike
Well, after an absurdly long, unnecessary (media driven) presidential campaigning process where too many millions of dollars were spent, it's time this whole country starts demanding public funding of campaigns and a constitutional amendment to reverse the vile Supreme Court decision, Citizens United. Two things will happen: 1) politicians will have more time to govern because they will spend less time making ridiculous ads
Design dude, paul elkins, develops mobile units and other small scale vehicles. His latest development is a mobile homeless shelter which he designed as part of a competition asking folks to meet the demands of the rapidly growing homeless society -- a kind of substitute for the grocery cart situation. Elkins wanted his design construction to be a simple, light weight, water tight insulated box on wheels, built with an area for displaying and selling handmade wares. Depending on who wins today's presidential election, these may see a spike in sales in the next 12-24 months ;) Rate it here on the day of this Post. Finally, have a cool site?
This free app will show you any doodle ever created (over 1,000) for Google homepages around the world. The app launched on Wednesday and is not affiliated with Google, but archives the more than 1,000 doodles featured worldwide over the years. You can filter the doodles based on year and country, read details about the doodle and add it to a favorites list. Rate it here on the day of this Post. Finally, have a cool site? Please submit it here. Mike