Storm chasers combined forces this afternoon to pay tribute to a man who put them on the map by literally putting his initials on their maps. Hundreds of professionals and enthusiasts are checking in to form the letters “BP” with their GPS coordinates.
David Bowie will live on forever in the outer reaches of our solar system. Since last year, a rock in the main asteroid belt has borne his name—a fitting tribute to the mad, crazy, and wonderful artist.
Author Octavia Butler was a national treasure — but she lived in Seattle for the final years of her life. And now, the Seattle Parks Department is seeking input on what to name a new park, and her name is one of the leading contenders. You can vote in the Parks Department Survey here.
For the past two weeks, Apple has been collecting messages to and about Steve Jobs at email@example.com. The most moving of those can now be seen on a simple, scrolling page at apple.com/stevejobs. You can still send a message if you haven't already, or read through the rest of the world's farewells. [Apple…
Most 9/11 tributes don't involve a toy you last played with as a kid, but artist Rob Surette wanted to stand out from the crowd. Enter the Lite-Brite pegs, and a canvas measuring 20 x 10 feet and weighing 1,750lbs.
Anna Marinenko, a designer from the Ukraine, wanted to create a tribute to the people of Japan, and from her mind sprung this simple clock: