Norwegian designer Veronica Falsen Hiis constructed a n’ice typeface out of snow back in December 2008. It’s very apropos for this particularly snowy winter we’ve been having in the tri-state area this year. [Via]
December 2010 Blizzard Timelapse from Michael Black on Vimeo. As the headline at Reddit goes, watch 30 inches of snow in 30 seconds in this timelapse video of the bodacious blizzard that hit the tri-state area this week. I admire his dedication for clearing away the snow from the clock during the storm.
[scattered flurries] from felt soul media on Vimeo. I have just returned from London, where it is snowing! Even though it is not snowing here in Manhattan, it has indeed gotten colder here in New York. I wore my parka to work today. This chilling of the air is getting me all anxious for winter…
With the 2010 Winter Olympic Games opening on Friday in Vancouver, the warmer than usual weather of an El Nino winter is causing headaches for Olympic organizers.
Recycled bridges, “road trains,” and baby poop power… this week’s green tech finds!
Electric cars: an answer for climate change… right? According to Britain’s Environmental Transport Association, that may be a flawed assumption if the electric grid remains largely c0al-powered. (via AutoBlog Green)
The push-powered snow mover: If you think the available options available for shoveling snow are bad (either shoveling, or snow blowing), check out the Snow Wovel. (via Green Tech Pastures)
In this video blog post, Erik talks to Moby [www.moby.com] about his website, MobyGratis.com [www.mobygratis.com], which gives free music to independent filmmakers. An impromptu chat with the head of Panavision’s New Filmmaker Program [www.panavision.com], and much, much more! ” For more info on Indy Mogul, check out the original post in the festival updates blog.