View Larger Map I was cruising through the north side of Chicago via Google Maps and I was shocked to see that the Google Maps car/truck/van/whatever possibly ran through a red light at Sheridan Road and Irving Park Road. Judging from the location of the map, the Google Maps vehicle is traveling either northbound or […]
Archive | July, 2009
View Larger Map Just travel a few feet north from yesterday’s mapping of CA-190 and you can get an exclusive glimpse at the Google Maps Street View driver! Or it might just be the navigator.
View Larger Map Continuing my drive through Death Valley via Google Maps Street View, I was quite surprised that highway CA-190 seems to go through a Chevron gas station. Go figure. Those Google Maps guys!
View Larger Map So I was cruising through Death Valley on Google Maps Street View because I can. The scenery is actually quite interesting. Yet besides that I did come across an interesting site. A large white van was stopped at a small side road. The only sign at the entrance to this road is […]
Let’s continue the desert theme. Meet the Moloch Horridus. I’m not giving his common name because I don’t want to receive weird spam messages from spambots. It lives in the Outback of Australia. My first reaction was that he looked just like a Decepticon from Transformers. It turns out that the Moloch Horridus is one […]
Curious what results would pop up on Google Image for a search on “rocks” resulted in my confrontation with the sliding rocks of Racetrack Playa in Death Valley National Park. Geology.com has a great write-up of this phenomenon (also of which the image above can be attributed). Rocks weighing several hundred pounds slide across the […]
Last week before the MLB All Star Game, the official White House photographer snapped this photo of President Barack Obama warming up for the ceremonial first pitch of the game. I really need a new pair of gym shoes and I want to purchase the same pair that Pres. Obama wears. However, I can’t pinpoint […]
About two weeks ago was John Calvin’s 500th birthday (July 10, 1509). blog.logos.com has a blog post celebrating this and accompanying the post is the image shown above. I love it. More info on John Calvin can be found at calvin500.com.
“If Edison had a needle to find in a haystack, he would proceed at once with the diligence of the bee to examine straw after straw until he found the object of his search I was a sorry witness of such doings, knowing that a little theory and calculation would have saved him ninety per […]
Vadim Kibardin’s Black & White clock is really slick. He’s looking for a manufacturer now. It’d be great to see something like this in Target, meaning that it will be affordable for the masses, instead of some snobby design shop, meaning that it will be overpriced and seen only in the homes of Madam Moneybags. […]