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This week's Featured Website is The Wooden Periodic Table is a real wooden table and a starting point for the collecting and describing of the elements. This is a fun site to visit and a surprisingly informative look at the elements. The photo album puts a "face" on the elements.

Archive below...

The Helmet Project has illustrations of football helmets from almost every college, professional and semi-pro team including most every period in the history of each team from 1960 to the present. And they're looking for more.

Forgotten Detroit - Detroit is known for one of the most stunning collections of pre-depression architecture in the world. The past two decades have seen several of these treasures sit vacant, waiting for economic revival. On these pages you will find information about the past, present, and future situations of a few of these landmarks.

Digital Globe - DigitalGlobe is building a constellation of high-resolution earth imaging satellites and a comprehensive geo-information product store -- DigitalGlobe.com -- that allows you to quickly access and order a wide variety of imagery and derivative information products, including our 70-centimeter panchromatic and 2.8-meter multispectral imagery--the highest resolution satellite imagery available commercially. All together, our data sources will represent the market's most robust collection of up-to-date spatial information. View before and after images of the tsunami disaster here.

McRorie Tait - McRorie Tait is a one man rock band. His site contains video, downloads, newspaper articles and, of course, the CD. We wouldn't list him here is the music wasn't good.

The Facebook - Thefacebook is an online directory that connects people through social networks at colleges. You can use Thefacebook to:
   Search for people at your school
   Find out who is in your classes
   Look up your friends' friends
   See a visualization of your social network

The Oyez Project. The Oyez Project, working in conjunction with the Creative Commons organization is releasing the first of several sets of Supreme Court oral audio in MP3 format. This audio is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License. This license allows listeners to download, share, and create derivative works using these audio files.

The Internet Underground Music Archive Iuma.com, is a website started by unknown artists looking to find an audience. Using the site is easy. Go to the home page, find a genre of music you like, and start listening to new music. You can sample it in Real Audio and then pull the MP3s when you find something you like. You can also visit Artist's IUMA web site and interact with the artist through email and message boards. If you've got work to do, we suggest you launch IUMA Radio and let your favorite genre play in the background while you work.

Japan for the Uninvited It's impossible to describe the surprise Jack Herbert felt on April 2nd 2003, when he woke up in Nagoya, Japan. Hours before, he had been happily frolicing in the meadows of England, when he was brutally coshed over the back of the head and bundled onto JAL flight 342: The Eikawa Teacher Express. He wandered Japan's streets in disbelief for a few months, but gradually realised that nothing was different in Japan anyway, apart from him. In Japan for the Uninvited, Jack shares his insights into the culture and quirks of Japanese society.

10 x 10. Every hour, 10x10 collects the 100 words and pictures that matter most on a global scale, and presents them as a single image, taken to encapsulate that moment in time. Over the course of days, months, and years, 10x10 leaves a trail of these hourly statements which, stitched together side by side, form a continuous patchwork tapestry of human life. 

World Wide Panorama - On Saturday, March 20, more than 180 photographers in 40 countries around the world celebrated the Equinox by creating VR panoramas. This site showcases the results of their efforts.The event was sponsored by the Geography Computing Facility at the University of California Berkeley. This site is hosted by The Geo-Images Project. This is a non-commercial project, done simply to create enthusiasm for VR photography, and provide an outlet for our collective creativity.

 

 
 

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