I’m very pleased to report that, at last, I have an acoustic guitar that is playable; debates may rage for years about whether I can actually play it, but it’s undeniable that someone more competent than me could probably bash out a good tune.
Google Calendar has now entered it’s public beta testing phase. The interface will be familiar to anyone who’s used GMail and any other calendar application before – it’s basically a hybrid of the two.
BoingBoing just featured the smiley-face crater that can be seen on Mars (or if you can’t see that far, on the ESA Mars Express website). Yes, it’s got two eyes, a little nose and a smile, but this looks too much like the Millennium Falcon to ignore.
I fondly remember a time when I was somewhat shorter than I am today, when a summer afternoon seemed like a lifetime and a five minute cartoon was the pinnacle of non-confectionary based treats. During this time, Bod was one of my favourite cartoons.
Just to make sure there are no confused people out there, the giant iPod space advert is actually a tailings storage facility; part of an active goldmine in Paddington, West Australia.
I think this may be an exclusive! It’s Apple’s 30th birthday next month; and they’re planning something big to mark the occasion. Today I learned from a trusted source that Apple is poised to make history next Saturday when it unveils the worlds first advertisement that can be seen from space.