Great Migrations

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If you are tuning in tonight to watch The Great Migrations series, National Geographics’ largest programming event, you might want to watch the “Making National Geographic’s Great Migrations” on NatGeo News which discusses the five years and hundreds of people involved in its production or check out the educators’s resources. National Geographic also offers a […]

Spooky 3D buildings

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Although this post is a little late for Halloween, I’d like to think of it as a project to start now for next October. Ray Keim of Paper Model Purgatory at Haunted Dimensions creates printable 3D papercraft models of spooky buildings he has crafted including New Orleans Square and the Bates House. If you are […]

Virtual test-drive

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According to MarketWatch, Mitsubishi will be offering the world’s first online test drive of an Outlander Sport Nov.1 – Nov.10, 2010 on their website. The advertising concept was created by 180 LA and B-Reel, a hybrid production company. B-Reel has created an evocative, interactive, music video for Arcade Fire, The Wilderness Downtown personalizing the video […]

Visualizing The Mid-term Elections

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Mashable.com has a great writeup on four ways to visually follow the mid-term elections.  There are some of the standards on there, like the New York Times and the Washington Post, but there appear to be some new visualizations on some of those same standards.  If you’re a political junkie like me, it will be […]

Haunted Apps

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Haunted places, there’s an app for that, really. When I went searching for haunted places apps for Halloween, I thought that there might be one or two apps out there. Instead I found several categories of haunted apps. First there are the local area apps such as the WeirdNJ which is a guide to NJ […]