Nice online browser/atlas with Landsat global mosaic @ 14.5 meters (?).
Cool tool which enables one to convert almost anything, SVG to image, Image to SVG, Music formats, …. Great!
Data visualization tools grow steep in numbers. Difficult to catch up with all developments. Datavisualization.ch has a nice overview over some of these.
Interesting & informative data portal on environmental and climate change/vulnerability stuff. Well presented.
Nice little plugin, which avoids searching on the Net for the right HTML code for characters like “ö”, “Ü”, “è”… for Coda developers.
Looking for a place to upload a screenshot in order to share it within a forum? And no interest in creating a (free) account? Or downloading a software to achieve it? Here is a simple website (in german) which does it.
Die Brockhaus Encyclopedia Infografiken. Im neuen Brockhaus sind ein paar Dutzend Infografiken integriert. Sehr schön gemacht, so sieht’s aus.
Interesting, interactive map of the world from NASA to show global/local temperature changes.”The heat is on for the planet as a whole, but what has been happening where you live? Click a place on the map to find out, or enter a location in the search box in the top right-hand corner.”
A clickable guide to the world’s energy use. Nice animation from Nature.
Since a couple of days, my german permaculture blog is now available in English as well – www.living-permaculture.com. Check it out, enjoy, and leave your comments if you like. I’ll post something in general every two days on the wide range of interesting subjects of permaculture, such as agriculture, urban agriculture, ecovillages, living together, smart low-cost technologies, presentations etc.
Nice chart creation by Hewlett for their grant program. Really interesting and well done!
Interesting application: Bringing the mindmap to the web. Interactive. Very smooth. But not sure if I would use it; if I would have the patience to click through the different items.
Nice tutorial with a few interesting ideas about how to display distributions.
Interesting idea to use a “panel chart” instead of a broken chart.
Sometimes, the font size in incoming mails is really small. And I don’t get it changed by the Pref settings. But this one seems to work:
defaults write com.apple.mail MinimumHTMLFontSize 18