Wednesday, August 18, 2010
This is something you have to mentally be prepared for, you don't just blow in here on a whim. Eating in thin or thick air seems quite intense to me...I love it. Apparently this is something that the Belguins (you know...the people who make the waffles [I'm just kidding]) have indulged in and now it appears to be coming to Vegas at the top of the year. I hate to see it rain or either have to fight with an eagle or hawk for a plate of corn.
The point is i would eat here everyday.
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Sunday, August 15, 2010
Anyone who keeps track of me and my musical endeavors knows that i was really impressed by Mr. Hudson's (G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam) last album Straight No Chaser. This is a novel song pegged to be on the Caspa & Mr. Hudson EP, Back for the First Time (releasing in a few hours), the visuals are heart-warming but the music is nothing shy of magical. I couldn't resist sharing.
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
I don't even completely know what this is, but it's so amazing and makes my creativity abound so i'm posting it. It's a pencil sculpture and that's about all i can provide. Oh, i also know it can take the creator [Dalton Ghetti] up to 2 1/2 years to complete one of these puppies. Observe please.
There is a lot of history and legend behind the Onitsuka Tiger brand, even down through the Olympics, so when they do collaborations and make custom pieces we should take notice. The details of this shoe are incredibly tailored. Here's some small insight.
Very nice idea via the Chinese braintrust. What you are viewing is an innovation the Chinese plan on constructing next year. The rail bus is designed to go over traffic and essentially help travelers arrive at locations a lot faster than if they were competing in regular traffic. The questions I immediately thought of were, "what about cars that switch lanes -- or would like to for that matter". Perhaps there are kinks to be worked out.
My compadre KT brought out some familiar thoughts in a recent discussion about technology in America as a whole. We have so many capable individuals and resources and we have very few life-changing advancements. Most of the technological advancements come in small implementations and are generally for leisurely purposes, not the enhancement of life. For instance why do we still channel and utilize electricity the same way we did back in the 60's? Why haven't we updated irrigation systems or our transit? I understand things cost money but raising money has never been much of a problem in America. They attempt to appease us with iPhones and 3D televisions...we should be utilizing underwater boats to travel or moving holograms in the air with our fingers for our computers like Tony Starks in IronMan. There is so much more that can be done and they only give us the crumbs. And now my opining has come to an end, don't want my computer keys to jam...