Get it? Nudge, nudge. Worth watching for the last tire.
Cute, but James Brown was better.
What could I possibly add to the greatest TV commercial ever made?
Actually, I can add one thing: I launched a new blog, Puttering About, over the weekend. It will be a place for me to write articles and tutorials about various technology topics. Take a look!
I’ve been playing with my camera again, and Mondays will be photos from now on.
Here’s my derpy dog, Freya.
Click to get a ginormous version.
The New York Public Library has installed a “book train” system for delivering books to patrons.
This replaces an older system in the Stephen A. Schwarzman building (the one with the lions) that consisted of boxes placed on a conveyor belt.
I have a ticket for a event in October where they will unveil the new reading room. Hopefully I get to see this in action too!
There are few things writers and readers love more than libraries.I have fond memories of bicycling to and from the library when I was growing up in Ridgewood, NJ, and I also have spent plenty of quality time at events and doing research at the New York Public Library.
But feast your eyes on this amazing place in Yangzhou, China.
The image above is the entrance, which uses a black mirrored finish on the floor and distinct rounded shelving to create a stunning effect.
Here’s another shot of it.
The first thing of thought of when I saw this was the sets of 2001: A Space Odyssey.
This may be the best reason to visit China I’ve seen so far.
All images © Shao Feng.
Still catching up after visitors last week, so the post for today is not ready. Enjoy this instead.
This is 24 hours late. Apologies.
It’s time for National Geographic’s Nature Photographer of the Year Contest for 2016. They started accepting entries in August, and will until November 4.
National Geographics is making all of the entries available for viewing online as they are submitted. There are already some amazing shots in there. Here’s a few that caught my eye. Check out the contest for more.
Careful, this one has a lot of feels.
Do you wish your town had a Bruno? I’d be worried about the traffic, our town has a busy main street that’s treacherous enough for people.
Happy Labor Day!