Category Archives: explore

snow fall

Norsk Word Of The Day: “Snørås”, Meaning: (Snow) Avalanche

We know the rules, momentum is equal to mass multiplied by speed (p=mv), heh.  Apparently it’s a myth that shouting can trigger a “snørås” but I wouldn’t tempt fate. Freaky events avalanches are, Canada has a whole site dedicated to them, which you can find here, &  they’ve been spotted on Mars too now, by NASA.

“You’re my big distraction, my favorite attraction, I’m falling fast, like an avalanche…” – No Doubt

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SSA

www.startseeingart.com

a semi-blog-format website dedicated to public pieces of art in Minnesota’s “Twin Cities”; Minneapolis & St. Paul, here in the U.S.A., put together by Kevin D. Hendricks & Jeffrey Martin

“Too often public art is ignored or forgotten. Sometimes you can’t even find basic details like what the work is called or who created it. The goal of Start Seeing Art is to map and identify that artwork so it can be appreciated and enjoyed.”


A Is For Apple

http://www.aisforapple.net/

a web art collage that truly forms a net of interconnectedness, really cool


Church Of Virus

“a neo-cybernetic philosophy for the 21st century”

 http://www.churchofvirus.org


A Really Long Domain Name…

http://www.thelongestdomainnameintheworldandthensomeandthensomemoreandmore.com/

… but there isn’t a whole lot to the site itself (at least not for the immediate general public)