Remember the fun you had at school making words on your calculator screen from numbers? Like 80085? Ok well I guess it wasn’t THAT much fun but it did beat listening to the maths teacher going on about tangents and hypotenuses and all that eh?
This page is dedicated to those calculator words…
Archives of Cracked.com’s photoshop competitions.
Taken from the ‘If Sarcasm Ruled The World’ competition
From the NASA site this page features a new picture every day and lists archives going back to 1995..
Today’s offering is Annapurna star trails
Video of an experiment that clearly demonstrates the principles that would be used in constructing such a machine. This is pretty cool.
High-res pictures of various insects. If these things were any bigger than they really are they’d be extremely scary.
“Illustrator Marc Johns has been drawing and painting his entire life. His work is often sparse, whimsical and obscure. He describes himself
as a traditionalist and a minimalist, often drawing on post-it notes or as seen here, in a Starbucks bathroom.”
“Tire recycling is on a roll. Only a few decades ago, the world had little or no idea what to do with the hundreds of millions of scrap
tires littering the planet – hogging landfill space, collecting stagnant water for disease-carrying moquitos to breed in, and causing epic flagrations that can burn for years.
Now we live in eco-friendlier times. Recycled tires are (somewhat fittingly) being used to line roads, to make playgrounds safe, to prop up houses…and as these six examples show, to add quirky style to our homes.”
Right so this elderly woman was blind so surgeons removed one of her teeth, implanted a small lens in it then subsequently implanted the whole lot into her eye. After a while the procedure was successful and she could read newspapers again!
I’m not sure whether to laugh or cry…
As seen on the Daily Telegraph website read this article about a newly invented kind of burger.
“The recipe is simple: take one burger dripping in its own fat, garnish with two juicy strips of streaky bacon and a generous wedge of melted, oozing cheese. Then stick the lot inside a glazed and buttered doughnut.”
Only in America!
Mouse-over the centre of one of the balls and it splits the one into 4. Do it again and it will do it again. And so on…
These monitors appear to be completely transparent but they still manage to have icons on their desktops!
Find the herb to ease your ailment.
“Ever since the dawn of the ancient cultures, herbs have played an important role
in healing. They still form the basis for scientific research into medical cures. And thanks to the work of progressive traditional medical doctors, alternative natural remedies have become increasing accepted by mainstream medicine. Even major HMO’s have recognized the need for natural remedies and may cover alternative natural healing methods.”
“To help you learn more about widely accepted natural remedies and healing herbs, we’ve compiled a fully searchable database organized by application and herb names for both the common and Latin names.”
Black Cohosh is used to treat panic attacks, feelings of impending doom; palpitations
Looks like most of these pictures were taken in developing countries and mostly Asia by the looks of it.
When the highway laws aren’t really enforced too strictly then some people’s ingenuities get a little out of hand. By the way, those pics of the Indian trains are just outrageous, but I’m betting your average Indian person would not bat an eyelid at those kind of scenes…
Oh the fun to be had with Photoshop these days…although I suspect that not all of these have been ‘shopped…
Translation, Sex Appeal and Innuendo…
“American advertising today has lost some of its edge—not Schick, of course. But a look back at the 40s, 50s, and early 60s shows an innocence and boldness that brings about a good laugh today. I wonder what references in today’s ads will play out in 2030? From sexual innuendos to brash examples of tomfoolery, the following ads are just a sample of the misplaced pun today.”
Griffin Microsheen (1957)
Using what looks like the Google Maps API this site shows you pictures and where they have been uploaded from to the Flickr website.
Also check out the 3D version