When I made 4,800 kakuro puzzles for this website, it never occurred to me that some of you would run out. But apparently, it’s happened, or at least that’s what the emails tell me. So here’s 1,600 more. Big ones too. Enjoy :)
Archive for February, 2007
If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll know I’m a bit obsessed with radial symmetry. Flickr’s prolific Leo Reynolds (LeoL30) made this lovely movie out of (what else?) those round things I like so much.
The Pipes Picayune & Daily Tube is one of several mashed-up news tickers I am working on that use the new Pipes service from Yahoo! to deliver up-to-date data in a dated style. Headlines from a BBC RSS feed are feed, via Y! Pipes, to my news ticker, which is implemented in Flash. Click on […]
My latest circular mash-up, The Wheel of Lunch, was suggested by a paper-version created by my friend & former coworker, Geoff Ombao. The ostensible purpose of the Wheel is to prevent wearisome discussions about where to eat lunch with your coworkers or family, but it’s also a good way to discover new places to eat. […]
How does art go postal?, you ask? 1. Make or collect some art. 2. Put a stamp on it. 3. Drop it in the mail. 4. Send it to the Envelope Collective. What is Envelope Collective? It is an online art gallery of everything sent to the collective by mail. All submissions are summarily photographed […]