What a cool idea. It's software art, so instead of framing the art, the
Whitney Museum fronts the code.
That is some top-notch art, too.
It really belongs in a museum. Click on it. Be persistent. Trust the
Are you young, vigorous, free-spirited? Well, have a close look at this. When
you are old and feeble and senile and distracted, your children are
going to hook you up with these GPS trackers.
It'll be "for your own good," you know.
Yes indeedy. The paranormal website here's got me all tingly and psychical.
Especially that weird glowing teddy bear.
Are you an American corporate criminal? Check out this handy Forbes magazine
slideshow guide to softball federal prisons.
On the other hand, if you are an attractive female Indian gangster, Bollywood
may star you in a movie of your own life.
JTrack3D from NASA is the coolest Java webtoy I have ever seen. Look at that vast
weird cloud of satellites around our planet. And you can click on them and
it names them and shows you their orbits. And the whole thing rotates in
3-D and it refreshes in realtime. It takes a while to load, but really,
look at that thing. Thank you, taxpayer dollars!
Wannabe an astronaut? Become a boy scout and learn some handicrafts.
Bruce Sterling writes books like Darwin watched animals. Find out more about him,
and read tattered electronic copies of Cheap Truth, at the
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He lives with his wife Nancy and their two daughters in Austin, Texas.