September « 2004 « Rise Industries | Interdisciplinary projects since 1999

posted by on 2004.09.30, under Uncategorized

City Museum: This place is incredible.. I want to move to St. Louis so I can live there (there are luxury lofts on the fifth floor). Has this guy been reading my thesis? See the cave grotto area down there. Holy crap, I am astounded.. ++++

posted by on 2004.09.30, under Uncategorized

Sweet. Coudal Partner’s Lowercase Tee – political statements from someone you know won’t lie to you about it – kids. I’m gonna go make some kids now so I can buy a shirt.+++

posted by on 2004.09.29, under Uncategorized

Feel like a drone, working away all day? ++++

posted by on 2004.09.28, under Uncategorized

Also, some or our most recent Projects have been posted to the, well, Project section. Take a look.

posted by on 2004.09.28, under Uncategorized

Software from Keyhole draws image information from a database covering the entire world, in resolutions from 15 to 1 foot, to create a navigable virtual world. You can create a fly-by from outer space to your front door, then map the quickest route to a dunkin donuts in India. Its staggering, and actually affordable. +++

posted by on 2004.09.28, under Uncategorized

Post your images and text to Urballoon and it will be projected on the pavement in NYC’s City Hall Park. linky seen at K10K

posted by on 2004.09.23, under Uncategorized

Ahh, new Ringworld novel eh – for all you engineering sci-fi dorks, uh, like I sometimes am. ++++

Someone modelled it a bit. ++++

Technical specs: ++++

posted by on 2004.09.22, under Uncategorized

By the way, there are some updates over in our Reviews section. Yeah, we have been getting out of the house. Take the peek.

posted by on 2004.09.22, under Uncategorized

This is my new favorite web page. The God FAQ. Sometimes the truth is just really simple. ++++

posted by on 2004.09.13, under Uncategorized

I also added a music/audio section to consolidate all the sound stuff I have been doing lately – click on the new music button to your left…

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