Entry: www tweedling Monday, November 17, 2008



Surprisingly there is this one girl who recently commented on an entry I posted 4 years ago. Haha. Wala lang. Some of them random hoppers probably.

O Internet! Blessed be the day mankind invented and mass-marketed you! Recently I've been site jumping all over the www. It's amazing how much information really is available to everyone, even to the swivel-chair-desktop-potato population which includes myself. A glass of iced tea, a round of favourite tunes playing on the background plus heaps of eye energy and I'm good to go. From acid rain, fuel cells and mega ice cracks to coffee addiction, these 2 are the most outstanding sites so far:

1 The National Geographic Society (
www.nationalgeographic.com)
Well this is actually a staple-slash-favorite. It's been in my bookmarks folder since my mom canceled our magazine subscription. If only to browse through amazing photos or read about something entirely mundane that just excites one's curiosity, NatGeo would replace volumes upon volumes and cds upon cds of encyclopedias. An economic alternative for its delivered printed counterpart.

2. NotCot.Org
For your ideas + aesthetics + amusement. Ito ang pinakapanalo, especially if you're into all that design stuff (present!). From photography to illustration to package design and animation to green architecture (!), this is the design fan's ultimate website. From here you could jump to:

www.iloveyoubut.com
This is a picture book about the moment in a relationship when you realise you don't love someone completely, because there is one little thing that keeps bothering you. When it bothers you so much it actually makes you physically cringe, you know it's time to say; "I love you but..."
A series of nice editorial-ish illustrations and funny captions by Ross Neil and Alex Holder, some verging on the absurd as I love you but you put ketchup on everything or I love you but you have no vices or even I love you but you tell stories over and over again, this site is worth all the "open in new tab" clicks you'd have to do because the photos can't be viewed with a prev/next option.


50 Amazing Examples of Tilt-Shift Photography

Tilt-shift photography is a creative and unique type of photography in which the camera is manipulated so that a life-sized location or subject looks like a miniature-scale model.
Only you need a tilt-shift lens to do this, I'm not sure if this effect could also be achieved using an ordinary lens. All you need anyway is a shallow depth of field.. Hmm I guess not.


Oldelaf's Le Cafe Animation


As one of the comments said, you don't need to understand French to know how coffee is so addicting! Astig na animation. Ang hirap maging adik sa kape. :D






Hay marami pa.
Ang sarap ng may unlimited na DSL kahit hindi masyadong mabilis!




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