The Telegraph has an article on the phenomenon of “faceblocking” (an excellent, made up term). It seems an increasing number of companies are banning Facebook,
Nicholas Manion has carefully sculpted a series of horizon views into various international currencies.
Thousands more photos from the streets of Japan at Flickr.
Sebastian Wrong’s Font Clock – a timepiece for typophiles. It’s jolly nice, but a little on the expensive side at Ã‚Â£195 up to an eye-watering
HOW2WORK have launched a new figure in their eclectic collection – behold the fully-poseable Lenin! Their Scarface figures are also very cool. You can see
The acclaimed Selfridges building is arguably Birmingham’s most famous landmark after the much maligned (though much loved!) Rotunda. As a former resident of Park Street
Anthony Clark at nedroid.com has drawn 200 bad comics following a challenge from a rival illustrator. OK, some of them are genuinely bad (no surprise
Hollywood legend Steve McQueen‘s 1963 Ferrari 250 GT is up for auction by Christie’s. The estimated Ã‚Â£400,000 – Ã‚Â£600,000 value is sure to put off
Harrods will be selling a Ã‚Â£100,000 saucepan later this year. The princely pan features more than 1kg of solid gold, and is studded with an
Basic Hip has a great selection of stills from Hitchcock’s Vertigo accompanied by photos of the San Francisco scenes as they were in 2003. It’s
The MySpace Mexico website is set to launch following a lengthy beta phase. The site joins over a dozen regional MySpace sites scattered across the
Life is full of bad ideas that should never see the light of day. Unfortunately, 3D Mailbox, the self-proclaimed “world’s coolest email program” has pooped
Students at Oxford are receiving fines via email after University staff discovered evidence of campus rules being broken on Facebook. The misdemeanors in question are
Most people would consider tea spillage of any kind to be a disaster of Titanic proportions, but the intrepid artists of the Tea Sketches Flickr
The ever colourful ColorWare have added the iPhone to their roster of rainbow products. If you can’t deal with the prospect of owning an iPhone
The Twisted Fifties online store has launched, offering deviant art prints for the masses.
There’s a new Flex tutorial for beginners over at onlamp.com. They rarely cover Flash/Flex (which is fair enough given that it’s a LAMP-based site), but
The Moller M200G hover car by Moller International is supposedly coming to market in the no-too-distant future. Priced between Ã‚Â£45,000 and Ã‚Â£62,000, the car will
Once upon a time, consumers viewed Sony as a desirable brand. The company was renowned for innovation: the legendary Walkman, the groundbreaking PlayStation, Aibo, the
Poo: love it or hate it, you’re sure to release it now and then. If you’re a big fan of poo you’re sure to enjoy
Behold the wonder that is the Slovak Broadcasting Building in Bratislava: Via anArchitecture.
The PHP development team have officially announced that support for PHP4 will cease at the end of 2007. With PHP6 on the way this news
I must confess, I’d never heard of UK car manufacturer Noble until this week. Given the sorry state of car manufacturing in the UK it’s
smbclient, a command-line client for accessing SMB/CIFS servers, is a great tool for shunting large quantities of data between servers on a local network. Unfortunately,
After having his body sliced in two by a lorry over 10 years ago, Peng Shulin assumed he’d never walk again. However, doctors in Beijing
Following the appearance of thousands of Google Maps mashups, Google have introduced a new technology to encourage further user interaction. The “mapplets” (mini-webpages inside an
Tom Dickson unleashes his mighty Blendtec blender yet again, and the results ain’t pretty.
PicFindr is a search engine aimed squarely at sourcing royalty free stock photography. It searches several stock image and photo community websites (including dreamstime and
The Chinwag Big Summer 2007 party held in South Kensington last night was far and away the worst new media industry event of all time.