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February 01, 2005

Learning Samskritam


"Ambition is a dream with a V8 engine” - Elvis, and 20,000+ other One-Liners

Dish Washer Safe: Artists were sent 4 round pieces of paper that they could only use markers on, the pieces of paper were then processed into a 1 of a kind set of 4 plastic plates… Other projects from Portland-based “Wurst Gallery” - Vintage Vandals and the previously-blogged Russian Nesting Dolls

High Altitude Glider Project. A small, self-guided glider, designed to fly at very high altitudes. The glider is carried up by its tail with a helium weather balloon to altitudes of up to 85,000 feet above sea level, and then released to fly back to the launch point. During the flight, it transmits down navigation data, some sense data, and low-res digital photos. It can also carry a 35mm film camera, or other instruments

The iRobot Swarm project

The Deliberately Concealed Garments Project

Re-post: A photo project: one photo a day for “scene from my life”

Camera mail. On the 22nd of December 2004, Kyle Van Horn taped a disposable camera to a piece of black foamcore and inscribed upon it the following message: "ATTENTION POSTAL WORKERS! Please help us with our project. As this camera travels across the country we want photos of all whom it encounters. Please take a photo before you pass it along. Thank you!"

Must_blog_now_3 Google in Sanskrit! (From Angelo Mercado’s ”Savage Noble”). Likewise: मुखपृष्ठं in Sanskrit

Was making the rounds: The Thought Project by Simon Hogsberg

Today’s “Blog Of The Day” is by World History Blog, by historian Miland Brown. If you wish to have your blog considered as “Blog Of The Day”, or if you know of a blog that should get same recognition, please email me at realhanan (at) yahoo (dot) com, or post a comment at the bottom of this post.

Many Other Unusual Projects Here

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Posted by: Danny at Nov 12, 2006 6:57:21 AM