is a blog dedicated to portable timepieces, spotlighting the spectacularly beautiful
(and spectacularly expensive
), among the rare handcrafted artifacts such as this watch made from wood
, or this one made from bone
posted by jonson
on Mar 15, 2007 -
We Feel Fine
is an art project that finds
sentences from blogs and stitches together a real-time picture of how the web community
is feeling. The default visualization uses a particle system to show the most recent thousand feelings. You can also build your own set based on criteria, such as gender, age, or location. Click the heart menu and go to Mobs to watch the particles organize
in impressive ways
. The gestalt
of the visualization is compelling,
but the details are the best part.
Some sample montages.
Also see a related project, Love Lines
, which uses the same API
posted by spigoat
on May 8, 2006 -
is "an interactive online visualization that attempts to depict a slice through the romantic lives of American teenagers. Using real postings extracted from millions of online blogs, visitors to the project can surf through tens of thousands of specific romantic relationships in which one person has "dumped" another." Launched yesterday at the Whitney
. Frenetic social data browser with voyeuristic blog-sniffer available here
posted by jessamyn
on Feb 15, 2006 -
-- A web site republishing the best blog posts on art, technology and culture from around the web. Brought to you by Eyebeam,
a multimedia atelier here in NYC, and run by a rotating cast of reBloggers.
posted by amberglow
on Feb 29, 2004 -
Vanessa Tiegs uses her livejournal and her own, uh "natural" paint supply to make some pretty cool paintings. (via fullofnothing
My intention in making paintings using my menstrual blood is to create beauty from something that most people would rather avoid. I consider my paintings as personal and political images presenting a positive and celebratory attitude toward menstruation.
posted by Ufez Jones
on Nov 8, 2002 -