The Treehouse + The Cave


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Sunday, June 26, 2005

Mirror

Blogger Smelly Danielly thought:

the wallpaper is especially hot

June 26, 2005 at 4:08 PM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous Timothy Enright thought:

hey and, you're mad hot. im sending you a cd with a ton of music on it. enjoy. (p.s. e-mail me your adress, cause i dont have it)

June 28, 2005 at 2:10 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Paige thought:

I totally love/need that wallpaper!

June 28, 2005 at 11:28 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Krista thought:

nuts to the wallpaper, gimme that shirt!!

June 29, 2005 at 12:06 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Paige,

You do have "refined" taste. I took this shot in the restroom of the Caledonia Golf and Fish Club in Pawleys Island, SC. A world-class golf course built on a colonial plantation. It's stunningly beautiful, though sadly full of ghosts from the days of slavery. Interesting, any way you look at it.

The "wallpaper' is actually a faux-finished wall with hand decoupage. The kind of thing I usually hate; but it somehow felt right within that context. I'm sure they hired the best craft lady in the low country.

Krista,

The shirt is a little easier to come by. Kenneth Cole, I think. I picked it up, deeply discounted, at Century 21 (the Saks Fifth Avenue of the TJ Maxx/Marshalls scene).

A.

June 29, 2005 at 1:27 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Mick thought:

Who'da thot ya' culd pick up hot young women with wallpaper?

June 29, 2005 at 2:55 PM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous Timothy Enright thought:

I think Mick wins the award for best comment ever.

June 29, 2005 at 5:43 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger TIBOR thought:

i concur. also, you are a linking maniac! shit man...

June 30, 2005 at 2:42 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Tiff thought:

Awesome picture ~ hot wallpaper

July 4, 2005 at 11:32 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger London thought:

Excellent site, keep up the good work my colleagues would love this. I read a lot of blogs on a daily basis and for the most part, people lack substance but, I just wanted to make a quick comment to say I’m glad I found your blog. Thanks

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Saturday, June 25, 2005

Exit

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Friday, June 24, 2005

Burning Trees

Filtered Trees

Blogger Krista thought:

Very nice, were they taken at different times in the day?

How'd you get a picture of the sun without it glaring all over the place? I can't ever seem to get a good shot like you can.

June 25, 2005 at 12:21 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Krista,

Thanx.

All 4 images were shot within minutes of eachother, through my Ray-Bans, with my camera set to fully automatic. So no fancy filter or F-Stop tricks here.

I think the difference between them is simply that some are shot into the sun, some away. The rest is just the magic of summer light.

A.

June 28, 2005 at 2:33 PM - Comment Permalink  

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Humidity

Humidity

Anonymous Maeko thought:

I particularly like the bottom right hand corner picture with the light diffusing softly through the trees, though masking everything else in shadow.

I really adore it.

I wish I could take pictures like this. What do you shoot on?

June 24, 2005 at 2:16 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Maeko,

Thanx.

Here's a higher res. If you look closely you'll see why I'm ready to ditch my LC40. I've loved that camera and still swear by its Leica lens, but I'm ready for an SLR. I'm thinking I'll start saving for a Nikon D70s.

I also adjust levels and color balance in Photoshop, so the images aren't entirely all that.

A.

June 24, 2005 at 8:11 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Krista thought:

The bottom two are my favourite, the heat just seeps right out of these photos. Good work. :)

June 25, 2005 at 12:19 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger tony thought:

beautiful. these really capture suburbia.

June 25, 2005 at 6:06 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Mick thought:

Interesting perception from tony...there is no urbia to which these houses are subordinate...what are they then?

July 6, 2005 at 10:55 PM - Comment Permalink  

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The Smoke Pot

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Throughout the summer of 2003, Heather and I were apart. I was unemployed and she was about to begin grad school, so we opted to avoid city rent for a few months. We retreated to our respective families' homes; I summered in a New Jersey basement, she in the conservative hills surrounding the University of Virginia.

Each of us took advantage of the months, spending time with our younger siblings before they went off to first-year. I kept my brother busy pirating music by the gig, helping me retouch magazine work, and setting up a home network for my parents. Heather and her sister made The Smoke Pot.

House rules dictated that they smoke outside, and as two sisters (and smokers) will do when they haven't been together in a while, they burned through cartons on the stoop and in the garage. After complaints of errant butts from their mother grew tiring, they resolved to craft a solution.

It started with repurposed terra cotta, and continued through several runs to big-box craft stores. They picked up acrylics and dyed sand, drawing the project out over weeks for the sake of it.

The pot lived for years in Charlottesville, and has now retired to the South Carolina shore; the magically damp and slow land from which we just returned.

Blogger heather thought:

actually, i think the smoke pot was made in a single afternoon. but the cleaning and replacing of the sand has become a longterm project in and of itself. mom makes sure we have fresh bags every time we're home, and we use pieces of cardboard to vertically divide the pot, filling each partition with a different color, so it comes out striped.

June 24, 2005 at 3:36 PM - Comment Permalink  

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Thursday, June 23, 2005

Swag/Schwag

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Destroyer of Destruction

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Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Heart

Blogger Krista thought:

Very cute, looks like confetti. :)

June 23, 2005 at 5:00 PM - Comment Permalink  

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Sunday, June 19, 2005

Country Summer

Blogger mr. tomas ubik thought:

wherever the hell peter has been going keep me away, beautiful shots, scary spots....did you have a dream with a butterfly in it or something...or is it like the japanese year of the catepillar of something?

June 20, 2005 at 4:01 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Eano,

He's likely been going to Colorado; according to his bio that's where he grew up.

And no, no dreams (I rarely have them). I guess I've just been crossing paths with a lot of moths/butterfly's lately. Or perhaps vice versa.

It kinda makes sense to be discussing Peter Sutherland and lepidoptera in the same breath though. His bother Andrew is known for his depictions of the insects.

A.

June 21, 2005 at 8:38 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Krista thought:

I just stumbled across this journal, all the photos are excellent especially this one. Beautiful work here, I'll be linking from my journal. :)

June 22, 2005 at 8:19 AM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous maeko thought:

Wow, I'm quite delighted and honoured that you've linked me, even though I've never spoken/comment bantered w/ you.

Your pictures are rather pleasing. I think I'll frequent this page, too.

Thank you for the visual sugar.

June 23, 2005 at 3:01 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Krista,

Thanx for the praise.
Thanx for the link.
I haven't had much time to explore Oceanaria yet.
But it's bringing good karma already.

A.

June 23, 2005 at 8:54 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Maeko,

Sometimes there's no need to chit-chat to know that you're on the same page with someone you've only seen. I've been a regular of maeko.org for a while, finding it obviously, through the virtual friends we share.

So thank you,

A.

June 23, 2005 at 9:01 AM - Comment Permalink  

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Butterfly

Fake Butterfly

Image by Anne's Eye

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Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Torn Moth

Torn Moth

The first of few posts from South Carolina.

Blogger mr. tomas ubik thought:

hey,

is that a filter used to create the red ashphalt or is that not asphalt and naturally some red mineral like that?

June 16, 2005 at 5:08 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Eano,

It's normal asphalt illuminated by a standard low-pressure sodium vapor street lamp.

I was on the porch smoking a cigarette with Heather, we heard the loud flapping of an enormous distressed moth, walked over and took some shots. No lighting tricks, no filters, no Photoshop.

A.

June 17, 2005 at 8:23 AM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous maeko thought:

The checkerboard pattern of the darker lit versus the more illuminateds is amusing.

June 24, 2005 at 2:20 PM - Comment Permalink  

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Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Swag/Schwag

At the risk of becoming the William Safire of stoners, I feel as though I should point out a transposition posted to FlickrBlog yesterday. The author inadvertently, or perhaps naively used the word Schwag in place of the word Swag. Figuring that the two words are frequently mistaken for one another, and a public clarification would be productive, I've defined each below:

Swag (swăg) n.
1. Complimentary promotional merchandise: I scored some killer swag at CMJ last night.
Schwag (SHwăg) n.
1. Low quality marijuana: My god, how can you smoke this schwag?

Blogger mr. tomas ubik thought:

i hope you pointed that out to him directly...we canadians use skunk and or skank to describe the ladder, why? well because we love nature and dirty women of course, and though both smell funny, we still love and care for them, and of course will still smoke it come burn time.


i know a guy name justin shwag who unfortunately was just killed at a bar in kingston. sad story...

June 9, 2005 at 11:32 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger TIBOR thought:

oh but the chirping community sooo needs a william safire.

June 9, 2005 at 3:33 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Tibor,

Perhaps I haven't quite earned my title.

Chirping?

A.

June 12, 2005 at 5:10 PM - Comment Permalink  

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Monday, June 06, 2005

Corpse

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Yesterday on the way upstairs to do laundry, I saw a large pink balloon on the landing. It was fairly plump, hadn't been tied off too long beforehand. I noted it, helped Heather get 3 loads running, and returned to the first floor.

I figured I'd bring my camera up the flights in 30 minutes or so, when it was time to cycle. I'd capture it's volume then. Snag a little content later. That was the casual approach, I knew that if I really wanted that image, unchanged, I couldn't dick around (I teach myself this lesson weekly at least).

Sure enough, upon returning to 2, the breath had been crushed from it; lost under the weight of an anonymous neighbor. Only a damp shell left.

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420 Friendly

In keeping up with recent search terms, I've noticed a lot of folks hitting TTH+TC looking for the same things. Things sadly, that I haven't really written about. Things that people want to know and are not learning here. Not learning even though they arrive en masse.

Chief amongst their unanswered queries: What does "420 Friendly" mean?

So, in service to all Google searchers going forward and the web at large, let me do my best to explain:

The descriptive phrase "420 friendly" is most often seen on online message boards, particularly Craig's List, particularly in the roommate/sublet section. People use the term to politely explain that they are seeking/maintain a household that is comfortable with open recreational use of marijuana. It's a way for people who enjoy weed to avoid awkward incompatibilities with new roommates. A way to find like-minded peers. A head's up.

The origin of the numeric portion is debatable, and honestly not worth going into. No one knows the exact etymology, and no one will. I can tell you however, what the numeral 420 means to tokers worldwide. April 20th, of every year is a day on which cannabis enthusiasts light up early and often, a holiday of sorts. It's a day of hazy solidarity. 4:20, both AM and PM, is the favored time on 4/20 to pack a bowl, and consequently is the favored time to pack a bowl on just about any day.

Saying "I'm 420 friendly" is synonymous with the statement "I'm familiar and comfortable with smoking pot." Most people will also take it to mean "I smoke weed."

Blogger Paige thought:

I should have used that when I was listing my house's empty room for rent. (Instead we chose to introduce the concept to potential roommates by inadvertently just finishing huge sessions before giving tours. Oh my!)

June 7, 2005 at 3:39 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Paige,

The term is total genius. It's so simple and efficient. There's nothing better than allowing applicants to narrow the pool on themselves.

Plus, a couple of hours after submitting that Craig's List ad, you end up with a parade of interesting characters at your door, what could be better?

Of course, it doesn't really eliminate the desire to pregame. If you know a bunch of stoners are coming over to nose around your pad, there's not much to stop you from blunting yourself beforehand...

A.

P.S. Warning: One ex-roommate of ours took "420 friendly" to mean "we'd love to share a home with a junkie". Watch out for Hungarian hackers with a taste for horse.

June 7, 2005 at 5:01 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

A reader got in touch to offer another perspective on the term:

hi
i am from pakistan. i read this explanation of '420-friendly'. just to let you know that in india and paskitan and some other asian countries, 420 means 'deceptive' or fradulent. for example if a person is always deceiving others, people call him a 420. it comes from the clause #420 of british law implemented in those countries that deals with those who decieve public with thier tricks...

irfan

June 21, 2005 at 8:42 AM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous Anonymous thought:

thanks for this.

ive been wondering what it means eversince ive been searching for a place on craigs list

May 4, 2006 at 5:23 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Hellenbach thought:

Thank you so fuckin-weed-tokin'-fuckin'-Cheech-and-Chong-watching-fuckin' much!! Broseph.

June 17, 2006 at 1:12 PM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous Anonymous thought:

Thank you so much for the explanation. I, too, had seen this over and over on Craigslist and had "no idea." Talk about a sign of the times! :) Smile.

I also really enjoyed the explanation of "420" from Pakistan, where it described a person who "deceives the public with their tricks." Hmmmm.

June 19, 2006 at 8:34 AM - Comment Permalink  

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Oblique Strategies

Oblique Strategies Widget

Some ideas are meant to meet; meant to become more because of it. Guy Drieghe D. saw Widgets and Oblique Strategies as just such a pair.

Released just a few days ago, his Oblique Strategies Widget marries the quick information access of Tiger's Dashboard with Eno and Schmidt's classic conceptual multiple.

The combination is genius. This little pile of code will expose more people to the cards than any prior edition; it has the potential to become an invaluable practical tool to any number of creative Mac users (electronic musicians in particular). While staying true to the original work's intent this widget succeeds in ways I know the authors couldn't have imagined, ways they would find very appropriate.

While I have a few personal issues with the aesthetics/interface of the widget's current version, I have to loudly applaud Guy for the obvious care he took in respecting the Strategies; all four editions are included, complete with accurate and thorough credits.

All-in-all quite a contribution to the commons. Conceptual complication is now permanently one keystroke away.

Other Widgets Pictured (clockwise from upper-left):

DashPhoon
WikityWidget
Weather: New York City
Weather: Pawleys Island
gotMailG
Oblique Strategies
Global Consciousness Project Index
Flip a Coin

Blogger mr. tomas ubik thought:

oh to be brian eno, spare time is made up of competitive products for trivial pursuit and balderdash...


hold on..pause the rawk...i have funny little cards to write.

June 7, 2005 at 12:10 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger slomoquithi thought:

Nice of you to link to the other widgets (and my coin widget).
Thanks :)

June 24, 2005 at 5:12 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Slomoquithi,

No problem. Thank you for making the coin; I use it all the time.

A.

June 24, 2005 at 8:42 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger slomoquithi thought:

that's nice to hear :)

June 28, 2005 at 5:08 PM - Comment Permalink  

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Sunday, June 05, 2005

Dispatches From The Cave: An Open Letter to Marc Jacobs

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Dear Mr. Jacobs,

It is with a heavy (and yes, self-loathing) heart that I write this note to you, but the time has come. I simply no longer have any choice if I wish to retain what feeble grasp I still have on my mind. I am hoping that in composing these lines I will somehow exorcise the demons for which we are both responsible and that I will be able to return to a life of normalcy.

At first, I simply admired your work from afar. I would encounter one of those perfectly cropped denim jackets, trimmed in the fabrics of my girlhood (oh, how endlessly clever you are at this!) and I would respond, predictably, with the interest of Pavlov's canine subjects. You knew this, of course, knew precisely what those articles would do to me. But I remained strong, and was able, in those early years at least, to move on to other outposts. Slowly, though, I began to see the flash of your presence in more religious terms. An epaulet secured with those oversize buttons, a delicate floral pattern on the lining of a twill trench coat--these pedestrian sightings on the train, on the sidewalk, became episodes not of pleasure, but of obsession. Like the children of Fatima, I saw you again and again, and with each episode I became more and more unhinged. In time I found myself going directly to the MJ section at Bloomingdale's, eschewing all others. (What need could I possibly have for imitators and charlatans, for false icons?) I would load my arms with a dozen items or more, try them on in the private, confessional space of the dressing room, and imagine the life I might lead if only I could afford these blouses, these skirts, these patchworks of ingeniously updated nostalgia.

Let me be clear: I am not, nor have I ever been, one of those girls. I was punk rock! I took my father's Wranglers for my own; I mail-ordered hand silkscreened t-shirts from the bands of southern California. Even when I grew old enough to have to look presentable, I never built my life around such concerns. But this, Mr. Jacobs, this is true covetousness! I want those shoes with the hearts all over them, those two-hundred-and-eighteen-dollar tops. I want them all, and I hate you for it. I hate you for having made (or at least envisioned) them, for sourcing those prints, for putting them in concert on the same skirt, for turning me into such a freakshow of consumptive desire. And while I know the bankruptcy of soul is mine alone, surely you bear some culpability for toying with the emotions of young women everywhere, knowing, as you must, that when we see your work, we see summers at the beach, and our mothers at their best, and the smocked jumpers and corduroy pants and terrycloth cover-ups and rainbow-striped sweaters of our youth. We see friendship bracelets and hear "Dreamboat Annie" and remember the barrettes and fairisles lost along the way. I know you're perfectly aware of this, and my, how good you are at it, at conjuring these moments for us under the fluorescent lights of better department stores nationwide.

What eludes me, though, is just how you do this. And that is why I will return, why we will all return, salmon-like, to the racks of your label, again and again. I know you can't help yourself, and neither can we, so I suppose I will have to accept it all. But with God as my witness, I will try to start thinking about other things. Perhaps you will consider doing the same.

In confusion and heartbreak,

Heather L. Samples

Blogger xlucyxcalledx thought:

ya she took those words straight from my head.. i spedn all my money on Mj clothes.. i just cant stop myself........

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Incense Process Fig. 1

Incense

I had been burning incense between the bricks in our wall for weeks, allowing the ash to dust the floor. That got old. So I built this little shelf out of a soy sauce dish, a wire coat hanger, friction and gravity.

Blogger Mick thought:

Very creative, precise, beautiful, and ultimately so practical. I have used clothes hanger wire as often as duct tape...an untapped resource!

June 7, 2005 at 11:10 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Mick,

Thanx. I totally agree. Wire coat hangers are an incredibly versatile material. I've used them to repair countless toilets, the occasional car hood, and more than one modular shelving system. My dad favors them as the solution to a dangling muffler.

The wire is ideal for impromptu tools as well, it's easily heated and hammered, easily cut, easily bent. No kit is complete without a few well-worn custom tools.

Really, I put hanger wire up there with bailing wire when it comes to the duct tape factor.

A.

June 8, 2005 at 8:24 AM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous Anonymous thought:

Sorry to be a pedant (again) but shouldn't that be baling wire?

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Saturday, June 04, 2005

The Photographs Are Us

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Bushwick Looks Like The Moon

Bushwick Looks Like The Moon

Image by Jamie Boud

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Trees

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Mirrors

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Lenses/Frames

Lenses Frames

Image by carolynhack

Via FlickrBlog

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Friday, June 03, 2005

Sales

I have a headache and it's not from last night, throwing down another dark beer and burning some trees just prior to brushing my teeth. Nor is it from the back pain that's plagued me lately (air conditioner related). I don't think it's my lack of sleep (caused by a cat that I'm tempted to break). I know it's not the stress of our recent engagement.

It's an irritation born mostly of my deep, growing dissatisfaction (resentment even) with the fact that I have to sell my time, my creative energy, my soul; for what? For food, shelter, health insurance and weekly indulgence in the vices that keep me dulled to just how much of myself I abandon each morning.

I don't hate working; I don't mind my job. What frustrates me, in fact angers me, is that I'm too busy thinking for other people to think for myself. That I'm too tired after stomping home to cultivate innovative thoughts, to create, to live up to the potential so often mentioned in my adolescent evaluations, mentioned in crits, mentioned in international magazines. That I'm too fucking busy surviving to succeed.

Which isn't to say that I'm surprised. I've prepared since junior high (earlier even) for this inevitability. Choosing the title Artist (if it's something you choose; I tend to think it's not) pretty much guarantees struggle. Many hold out hope for reviews, collectors, self-sufficiency. But they're the ones that make objects. Objects on walls. Objects with price tags, objects defined by a narrow definition of "value". I don't and won't, that's not where my talents lie.

Which isn't to say that I don't love materials, or that I haven't spent hundreds of studio hours polishing skills. I make things all the time, I can't help myself. Objects however, are not where I'll make my contributions, not where I'll truly produce. Not where I'll make the works I'm meant to.

I need time to forge concepts, space to craft critique. I'm a starving artist well fed and well paid.

Blogger Amy thought:

wow.

you nailed exactly on the head what I have been thinking for the past month.

thanks.

June 4, 2005 at 9:36 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Amy,

It's not an uncommon plight, there are many with us.

In fact, the word plight isn't really accurate. Being an artist, no matter how impoverished, how frustrated, is a privilege. One held by few. One that I am thankful for even as I vent. One that I cultivate in every spare second I have. One that we must respect and honor in every spare second we have.

Dissatisfaction sows innovation,

A.

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Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Crying Cup

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A piece made at work the other day by my coworker and friend Matt Burke.

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Google Earth

Google Earth

There's not much I can say about the recently unveiled beta of Google Earth that won't be better said by someone else within the next 48 hours or so. It's amazing (integrated Google search, texture-mapped 3-D topography; 3-D buildings in select cities; public transit maps, driving directions, and business locations grafted on top of a 3-D landscape); people won't be able to shut up about it.

Once again, Google is dragging the planet into the future with simple interface design and services that are universally valuable.

Related: Housing Maps (Google Maps meets Craig's List)

Blogger mr. tomas ubik thought:

I can see my house from there.

June 1, 2005 at 9:50 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger mr. tomas ubik thought:

actually if you want another very visually global thing check out Nasa's world wind at

http://worldwind.arc.nasa.gov/features.html

June 1, 2005 at 9:52 AM - Comment Permalink  

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