The skills developed making RGB and Sphere have been honed by developer ‘neutral’ to create VISION, the single best Myst clone I’ve played since, well, a Myst game. The twist? It’s all done in your web browser.
Scott Aaronson‘s brilliant essay on the upper limits of discrete enumeration is funny, accessible, and well worth thinking about.
PBS raises the bar on the internet-distribution of journalism, with its outstanding and masterfully produced analysis of the Bush administration’s war on terror, primarily with respect to Iraq and the rivalries of political insiders. Already incredibly comprehensive, the site also includes over 400 extended interviews for anyone who wants more information.
A free-for-any-application open source 3D engine, designed as a library for Python development (with a little C++ on the side)
Creativity – Pragmatism = Some Very Strange Vehicles.
Celemony, creators of the powerful Melodyne software package, claim to have a new polyphonic chord editor that will be rolled out later this year. What does this mean? “Direct Note Access” will very possibly do to music what Photoshop did to photography. Never trust your ears again.
If you listen to one new album a week, the Guardian recommends you set aside just over 19 years before kicking the bucket.
Whether you’re making stained glass or figuring out where to set up your ice cream stand, Voronoi diagrams have something for you!