This has been an unusually happening week in the arts world, technologically speaking, so I’m including a lot of video today. Happy Friday!
- 20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web: A rather delightful crash course in geek-speak (and a not-so-subtle plea to update your browser). Recommended as a follow-up to Teach Parents Tech.
- Sovereign Grace Sale: Great discounts on CDs, sheet music, and books for the month of February.
- New York Philharmonic Digital Archives: So, yesterday I was looking for a copy of a score for Bartok’s Concerto for Orchestra. Turns out I can look at Leonard Bernstein’s marked copy, thanks to this fancy new project.
- Google Art Project: If you haven’t heard about this yet, well . . .
- Musical subway map: Clever audio representation of New York public transportation.
- Creative Stopmotion: After slaving away to make a very short and not too good stopmotion project for a class, I really appreciate and admire examples like this:
February 4, 2011 No Comments
We all get a lot of “Thanks for spending your money with us” pitches at this time of the year. I have to say, this personalized Google AdWords thank-you gets points for originality. (Unfortunately, they disabled embedding so you’ll have to click through for this one.)
December 15, 2010 2 Comments