Thursday, October 26, 2006

create with the world
The Global Mosaic is made of 1,000 colorful tiles. When you drag a tile, everyone else visiting TheBroth can see it immediately. The built-in chat makes it easy to collaborate with others to create a masterpiece!


or - The Global Dialog Platform.

au revoir

Suicide notes collected by a coroner and put up on the net. A bit morbid, I know. But so real.

i still believe
I Used To Believe is a funny and bizarre collection of ideas that adults thought were true when they were children. It will remind you what itwas like to be a child, fascinated and horrified by the world in equal parts. The following pages will reassure you that the things you used to believe weren't so strange after all...

Our Fathers in Heaven

Aztec Gods. Mesopotamian Gods. Mayan, Norse and Roman. They're all huddling together on this site (wondering what to do with us next, I assume).

and we lived happily ever after

All em fairytales, myths, fables, sleepy time tales. They're all here.

get myth it

there are 31 ways to tie shoe laces

which means for one whole month you'll have something different to stare at for those early-morning-meetings.

Wednesday, October 25, 2006


This is so cute. The entire Bible's been created complete with visuals made of bricks. The picture here is the Garden of Eden (and it's just what i pictured it to be).

handy dandy and fits right into your wallet

Click. Download. Print. Get all excited putting it together. And then stuff it right into your wallet. Here's a handy organiser that Kavs and I-oh-so-desperately need.

tweet tweet

sit n ride

What do you do with that bike once you've realised it's too hot (or too rainy) to ride it round town?
Sit on it, i guess.


That's Kim Jong II. As seen in Oct 23's Time magazine by artist Hanoch Piven. Piven specialises in this kind of witty simplicity. Where he uses actual objects taken out of the subject's life and he puts them together with a few dabs of colour and makes the world snigger.
Check out his work on


mix em. gulp em. puke em. toast em.

but for gods sake, let it be for something worth it.

Photograph one kid from every country on Earth. The only criteria is that they should currently be in New York. New York's children.
p.s - the project needs funding right now, but that doesn't stop it from being a beautiful thought.

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

other announcements
Or break the news of a miscarriage: “I’m not fat. Unfortunately, I’m not pregnant anymore either.”
And other such announcements.

The website finds the closest happy hour location when you need to drown your sorrows.

Sign up for Kizmeet (from 'kismet, duh) , a new website that helps you track down that hottie you spotted across a crowded room.

Jeez, the things you can do on the net nowadays, eh? Just wish you were on the right side of the globe.

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Scribbler lets you make a simple line drawing and then generates a more complex drawing by applying a set of algorithms. The Scribbler Bot moves the drawing into the physical world.

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Mom was always such a good sport. She wore your macaroni necklaces; listened to your shoe-box guitar ballads; and drank from your leaky, lopsided clay mugs.

And, hey, just because you’ve grown up doesn’t mean you can’t remind her of those good ol’ days with handmade wares from Little Flower Designs. The crafty yet pretty tabletop items are made from slabs of clay and painted with whimsical designs in cheerful colors.

(Great place if you're into pottery. Learn from it)

t on Fairfax

u drool over the menu. u feel like opening your own li'l place. u stare at the 't' for ages. u feel like applying for a job there.