These really appeal to my inner movie geek, as part of his Friday project to “create something witty or pretty for a Friday”, British designer Stephen Wildish created minimalistic and nostalgic movie trivia quizzes.
Wordle is a fantastic typographical tool for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide, or even better links to your Blog. The clouds will then give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in your posts. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. Continue reading Wordle: Typographical Cloud Maps
As a lifelong Star Wars fan since 1977, you can at times get irritated and ‘sometimes’ elated at good old George Lucas for the changes that he makes to the Star Wars films over the years, The updated Mos Eisley scenes in the 1997 Special Edition of The New Hope were most impressive at the time, then came the DVD’s with more changes, and now with the Blu-ray set coming out with EVEN more changes, we as fans are just getting a little beside ourselves with grief at this constant tinkering. Continue reading My Grief as a Star Wars Fan
Here’s a really cool concept called The Geek Zodiac. The idea came from James Wright, and it was created by Josh Eckert. You all know how the Zodiac works. Continue reading The Geek Zodiac
This is such a cool Infographic, I have to say I’m quite a few on this chart