This goosebumping rendition of a song about hope, sung by the future of hope, made me smile today.
FROM THE SOURCE: A CHOCOLATE fan has taken the biscuit after finding an image of Jesus in a KitKat.
The astonishing vision emerged on Good Friday after a website called for oddball religious discoveries.
The finder told Dutch news site NU.nl: â€œI was amazed. I just took a bite and then I saw the face of Christ in it.”
Other witnesses were less impressed. â€œIt looks more like Darth Vader,â€ said one.
FROM THE SOURCE: If we told you that the formula race car of the future is powered by chocolate, features a body made from potatoes, and a steering wheel made from carrots, you might say weâ€™ve been reading too many childrenâ€™s books. However just such a vehicle exists, and itâ€™s capable of carving through corners at 125mph while actually cleaning the air! The WorldFirst F3 race car is the brainchild of the Warwick Innovative Manufacturing Research Centre and features a bevy of green features that are set to shape the future of motor sport racing.
The vehicle recicles CO2 as part of its fuel efficiency, so yeah, it also cleans the air as it runs, sort of.
I wonder what the biodegradable half-life is on this beast?
FROM THE SITE: Supporters of this strike have pledged not to donate to any federal candidate unless they support the Fair Elections Now Act. Under the Act, congressional elections could be funded by a hybrid of small-dollar donors and public financing–so representatives could spend less time fundraising and more time doing the job they were elected to do.
The plugin works alongside AdBlock Plus, which blocks online ads, and simply replaces that blank space with art images. AdBlock Plus is the most popular of the thousands of available add-ons for Firefox with 18 million total downloads (as of May 2008) and over 250,000 downloads per week.
For many, replacing ads with blank space would be enough. AddArt attempts to do something more interesting than just blocking ads – it turns your browser into an art gallery. Every time you visit the New York Times online or check the weather youâ€™ll also see a spattering of images by a young contemporary artist.
Seen enough? DOWNLOAD HERE.
You make love more lovely.
Brought to you by folks who put stuff together and make noise. DISCLAIMER: This already happened two years ago, but still, its one of my favorite uncategorizable things ever.
Chicago is lucky to host resident artist NICK CAVE, creator of the full body “soundsuits” which are brillianty assembled from layers of metal, plastic, fabric, hair, found objects, and other things.
The RECIPE: Assemble + Rub together = make noise.
Although I’m hoping to find Nick’s work a permanent home in my personal wardrobe, the exhibition was held at the Chicago Cultural Center.
It’s easier to prescribe than to describe why I LOVE San Francisco. Go to events Like BYOBW (Bring Your Own Big Wheel) and you’ll get my point.
We didn’t have our camera, so these photos are plucked from Laughing Squid’s Flikr stream, hope Scott don’t mind us pushing the good.
And for the sake of goodness, visit our favorite Bay Area event listings @ The Squid List to find more events like this!
Framing the growing green movement among corporate and even religious players + Greening EASTER + Watching OUT! for untested chemicals in consumer products + Aternative Autos + Jessica Williamson