Check out a modified record player that reads growth rings from a tree like musical notes. Created by German artist Bartholomäus Traubeck, Years takes the annual rings that you find in cross-sections of trees and converts them into piano music. He describes the process on his website:
Anyone notice the party that is going on at Google's website today? In case you forgot, September 27th is the date Google chose for their birthday.
Remember the bill that makes illegal streaming a felony? It cleared its first hurdle and was approved by the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee today.
Grab your sneakers and get ready for a city-wide game of tag. The San Francisco game is an organized event called Journey to the End of The Night. It started in 2006 and has taken place in different cities for five years.
A woman finds herself at a shooting gallery. She wants to shoot. If she hits the target, a picture of her will be taken. She hits. That was 1936. She did the same thing almost every year after that.
The legend started with the mighty Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress, and ends—for now—in the B-52 Stratofortress. 50 Years of beautiful destruction on two wings flying together in a rare picture. [FlightGlobal]