Here’s some of the cool webpages and online stuff that I’ve found whilst roaming around the Internet recently and decided to add them to my online Delicious bookmarks between 30th September 2010 and 25th October 2010:
- Masters of Media » Your City, My City, Our Crowdsourced Social Cities – A well researched article on how the growth of the various location-based social networks is creating an increasing importance on your geographic location when using the Internet – it will be interesting to see how the web that was once very global orientated in terms of connections, is now also connecting people and services on a local level.
- 7 Colossal Monuments Around the World – How is that I’ve never heard of any of these amazing huge monuments/statues located around the world…well obviously I’d heard of the giant Gundam statue in Japan, but not any of the others – it would be great to visit any or preferably all of these don’t you think?
- The LaCie XtremKey Destructathon – Bring it on! – LaCie Xtremkey usb memory stick says it can survive 200 degrees celcius? Best test it out by baking a cake then!
- Why Teleportation is EVIL – How exactly do they ever get past the fact that people are being disintegrated in Star Trek? Once you start thinking about it, surely it can't be good?
- BBC – Jake Humphrey: What it’s like being an F1 presenter and producer – A great insight into how the BBC team actually work together to produce the live F1 coverage – you definitely realise just how complicated a job this must be to present on TV and keep with what's going on!