This week in the magazine, Nick Paumgarten writes about the lives of elevators, and tells the story of Nicholas White, who was trapped in an elevator in New York City’s McGraw-Hill building for forty-one hours. Here is a condensed look at White’s ordeal, as captured by the building’s security camer (+1) (-)
18.04.2008 | tags | comments | permalink 

Blade Runner

A long article on the final Revision of Blade Runner from Wired.
In are quotes from a variety of futurists, directors, scientists and an architect..... (+1) (-)
30.09.2007 | tags | comments | permalink 


engineers are looking to take wind turbines to new heights—15,000-30,000 feet in the air! Harvesting just 1% of the energy from jet-stream winds could produce enough power for everybody on the planet! (+1) (-)
22.07.2007 | tags | comments | permalink 

makes you look kool

Once brushed off as merely a myth in the video game world, the long rumored, much talked about NES Buckle is now available to grace your pants. Yes, it's a real Nintendo controller, yes, its a real belt buckle, and yes, it will actually hold up your trousers. (+1) (-1)
02.08.2006 | tags | comments | permalink 

jumping sleeping bags

hihi they look so cute (+1) (-)
16.06.2006 | tags | comments | permalink 


worlds first hydrogen city (+) (-)
06.06.2006 | tags | comments | permalink 


articulating the contemporary european city, looks tight (+1) (-)
30.05.2006 | tags | comments | permalink 

CCTV channel beamed to your home

Big Brother, the reality television show that attracts up to seven million viewers, is old hat.

In the world of boundary-pushing television, it was surpassed yesterday by a group of Eastenders who have become the first to monitor their own neighbourhood via a home CCTV channel. (+1) (-)
15.05.2006 | tags | comments | permalink 

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