If you wasted any time playing the Theseus puzzle mentioned in this space a few days ago, take a look at this beautiful double maze puzzle on the Sega site. It’s not as tricky, but it sure is easy on the eyes. I’m a sucker for the old medieval-map stars and parchment look. It’s sort of a Peter Greenaway’s Prospero’s Books kind of look.
This is old news, but Noodle is a very entertaining way to make music graphically. Definitely worth the time it takes to download and install, if only to sort out the odd user interface.
Before I got sucked into the software world, I was seriously considering grad school in robotics. Biomorphic robots, that is to say robots whose systems are modeled in one way or another on biological systems, have always fascinated me. The folks at Iguana Robotics have put together the world’s coolest biomorphic robot links.
Weblog to watch: genehack. Interesting to see what life is like on the inside of the bioinformatics world.
I hadn’t realized you can find the entire A.E. Waite tarot deck online at the sacred-texts.com site.
Consider an exotic vacation to a hotel entirely made of ice.