I played quake for years and I love it. I'm a huge fan of the Simpsons. And I just realized that I can have the best of the two worlds, by playing quake 3 arena in Springfield! The level of detail is jaw dropping! Take a peek at the following video:
You can download the map (17.5 MB) by clicking one of the following links:
A few months ago, my graphical CV was found by the spanish blogosphere, which boosted this blog access statistics. Today, I found in Cooking For Engineers a all new form of recipe description, a graphical one:
It takes a while to understand it, but it makes perfect sense afterwards.
Due to the increase prices in food, the italian government has build and delivered a break-through service, the SMS consumatori, a service where one can send the name of a product through a SMS and receive the average price for it across Italy. Is this sufficient to stop speculation?
What if a website knew your way of thinking and adapt accordingly? Do you prefer clean facts on a clean page, or a lot of charts and graphics? Forget user profiles, stored cookies, or long questionnaires, this new system will work by watching the first clicks you do, and adapting the next pages to your style of thinking. Interested? Read the paper.