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Moodstream is a fantastically powerful “brainstorming tool” from Getty Images that is “designed to help take you in inspiring, unexpected directions”.
By tweaking the sliders, you can choose between images, footage, audio, or just a stream of fresh ideas that will bring a whole new creative palette straight to you.
The concept is actually pretty interesting, and the end result is inspiring and interesting in an advanced screensaver sort of way, so it’s definitely worth a look.
On Zombie Daily, Rob Sacchetto draws a new zombie each day, because, as he says on his site, “The dead shall rise…one at a time”.
Supercook is a fab little search engine that hits up numerous recipe sites. The interface works well, allowing you to add and remove ingredients to your search easily.
Lala allows you to trade CDs that you no longer want with the one your heart desires. Once you are trade enabled simply list the CDs you own in your Have List and the CDs you’d like to receive in your Want List. When lala finds another member who is interested in one of your CDs, you will see a “Ship It” button next to the requested CD in your Have List. By clicking this button you will begin the process of agreeing to ship your CD to another Lala member. When Lala finds another member who is willing to send you a CD you want, you will be notified as soon as it’s on its way to you. How ingenious is this?
Last week, the all new Firefox 3 browser was downloaded more than 8 million times in 24 hours. That’s more Firefox downloads than ever had in a single day. At the moment, the people of Guinness review this World Record attempt.
If you downloaded Firefox 3, try this. Type about:robots in the address bar to see this Easter Egg.
I am completely fascinated by finnish photographer Markku Lahdesmaki’s work.
Word Time a flickr group for those who love sharing videos of themselves reading a list of words and hearing how others pronounce them too. Highly entertaining. (it’s not possible to embedd flickr movies?)
Create your own word clouds. Have you written anything?
Is it copy and pastable? Have you read something you really like?
Can you copy and past it? If so you can create a word cloud. Have fun. wordle.net
This is pretty cool!
Getty Images has recently launched an interactive “brainstorming tool” called Moodstream. The site cycles through photos, videos and music using their huge cache of media as source material. Getty has created a tool for creative professionals (or everyone else) to find fresh inspiration. The control panel has sliders to adjust the mood and tone of the media; happy to sad, warm to cool.
Turn your speakres on – play around with!
If you have a del.icio.us account, you can use Bookmark InSuggest. Bookmark InSuggest will analyze your online bookmarks and recommend other bookmarks that matches your taste.
Now, from the same creator, Austrian developer Franz Enzenhofer, comes FaceSaerch (yes, that’s the way it’s written). It has the same features but this time it only looks for faces.
LiveNewsCameras.com is a collection of live video streams from television networks from all around the world. At the moment they have about 150 live streams.
BRUSHster is an online painting machine for all ages. This shockwave interactive includes more than forty brushes and customizable size, transparency, texture, and stroke options. A rainbow palette, along with a toolbox of special effects that blur, ripple, smudge, blend, and fragment your designs help make BRUSHster a full-feature painting program.
Abstract painting is like visual music. It lets you share your mood or express an idea without painting a recognizable picture of something in the real world. BRUSHster is programmed to paint ABSTRACT art, but the tools can be used to create realistic pictures, too.
Click one of the green AUTO buttons and let the computer generate some paintings for you.
If you are feeling bored, I mean damn bored, head to this site: ColorFlip.com. It is a site by Rafael Rozendaal, a site where you can flip the color page as many times as you want like the flash e-book.
Loads of interesting work done by Laundry featuring clients like The Strokes, SvSv, Blood Arm and many more. Really worth a visit.
Here is a cool addition to the land of Flickr – very nice application to explore Flickr photos via virtual planetary systems.
You enter a tag, and the related galaxy appears on screen. Each planet contains the pictures of a certain tag, and when you click on them, the images are placed on a 3D rotating globe.
A neat photographic journey: Tag Galaxy
Spectra merges the news spectrum and the color spectrum into an expansive news viewing experience. With comprehensive live news coverage, striking design, complete customization, dynamic browsing, human body interaction and many other unique features, Spectra brings A Fuller Spectrum of News to life in our most immersive extension yet.
Sergei Danyushevskiy has an amazing ability to capture atmospheres and moods.
It doesn’t matter if he’s shooting landscapes in the Canadian Rockies, the run-down buildings in Havana or the Padaung “giraffe” women of Myanmar.
His exceptional skills and wanderlust combine on this website filled with truly inspirational images from around the world.
Make sure to go through ALL of his sets, highly recommended.
Theo Jemison Photography – Los Angeles based, Music, Fashion, Lifestyle, Time Lapse, Stop Motion, Photographer, Film Maker.
With Radionomy, you can create your own radio station on the Internet. You can tap into the contents of vast music libraries. You can integrate your own musical creations. You can add your own audio content, sequences, reports and podcasts. And it’s free.
Radionomy will broadcast these radio stations around the world and take care of all costs, including royalties. Radionomy even shares its revenue with radio station creators, based on the size of their audience.
With Html2pdf you can convert your webpage to a PDF document. Suitable for printing or to save a page.
The new Walt Disney Studios “Tower of Terror” web site is great!
For the launch of its latest attraction Disneyland Paris invites you to visit a virtual hotel hit by the fourth dimension curse.
Tower Of Terror – a rich online experience!
Before you click on the different sections to explore them: Stay there! Stay on the “lobby” page, without doing anything … wait, and watch what happens … Huuuuh!
As you can see from my photo below, visiting the 4th Dimension can have quite an effect on your looks.
Just upload your photo for a ride in their elevator … or step into the 4th Dimension to “play with your nerves” …
At the National Geographic website there is an Jigsaw Puzzle Generator with more than 1600 pictures of their collection which you can select to create your puzzle.
Via options you can select the size of the puzzle pieces (small, medium and large). The smaller the jigsaw pieces the more difficult the puzzle. Enjoy these beautiful online jigsaw puzzles!
It’s a German site – but how cares!
They have more than 10’000 impressive photos.
From clouds, rainbows, lightning, storms, sunset skies and much more:
Sober and very elegant saver of screen produced by tha ltd. A clock in real time when each minute which is passed is represented by 4 digits in Helvetica falling into water in slow fox trot-motion.