this site. Amazing.
Sorry for the confusing title but, I found this link because I clicked on a link that said just that “marinetraffic.com is a fun way to burn otherwise productive time.” The whole you-could-be-spending-your-time-better thing was little too sanctimonius, Marine Traffic on the other hand is awesome. Click on a ship in the sea, and you can get pics, routes, and all other goodies. If you’re thinking about going the way of the pirate, this is a necessary resource.
The new design for Mocoloco is pretty nice, as they have incorporated some intelligent forms of navigation. I really enjoyed the ability to scroll left to right with my scroll wheel, as well as the option to change the navigation from top to bottom. Check it out. There are probably a few more tricks so explore and report.
This site is in no way safe for work.
Kudos on the design and taking our Artorialust/Hot Chicks at Art Openings concept to an entirely different level.
Internet Archaeology is a website that you’ll be able waste a majority of your day on. Welcome back to mid-90’s internet!
That is one of the many thingsI have learned so far from the terrific site, Bank Notes.
Just like Michael Jordan getting cut from his High School Basketball Team, Andy Warhol was rejected from the Moma early on. The great site Letters of Note, has said rejection letter. See it here
Before they had you, they were cool. Check out this tumblr, your parents were awesome, for a ton of trendsetting family photos.
Come on Facebook, can’t you let homie catch a break?
In other news, an ebay auction benefiting Historic Rock Hill preservation featuring a really nice, large original by Shepard Fairey ends tomorrow afternoon. The price is still low, so somebody should swoop in and get some. see that piece after the jump, and the auction here