Saturday, April 12, 2008

Infogram Weekend Edition: Firefoxes of the Universe, Tank, The Amazing Lorenzo

Space Browsers

Wired's Gadget Lab blog has discovered (by way of the Hubble telescope) that there are browser logos in space. I would say something snide about IE and what its nebula looks like, but it's the weekend, so I'm in a very friendly mood.

Also at Wired Gadget Lab, be the first on your block to present a threat to world peace, or at least scare the heck out of the neighbors, by building your own 1/2 scale diesel Tiger 1 tank that fires paintballs.

Lorenzo the Flying Frenchman

A lot of performers call themselves the 'amazing this' or the 'astounding that', but Lorenzo, who calls himself the flying Frenchman, really is quite amazing in both his abilities and the affinity he has with his horses. You can see him here. Thanks to my dear friend Basri in Sinop, Turkey who sent in the link.

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