These projects are supposed to show some elements of photo/audio slideshows, though I strayed a bit.
But the best part is “The Story” section (below). While you can choose a scrollable text page, you can flip through the pages just like a book or magazine. One of my favorite journalism pieces I’ve read/seen/watched/clicked all year.
Next I decided to compare and contrast two graffiti projects I found. In my opinion, while they’re both great ideas, one definitely works a lot better than the other.
1. This is from back in May of 2008, but it’s a panorama of some graffiti underneath the Las Vegas Strip. It’s from The Las Vegas Sun, which produces some great interactive projects (like this one other one I found, on the history of The Strip). However, this panorama doesn’t work for me. It gets boring fast and the images aren’t striking enough.
2. On the other hand, this thing is amazing. From cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York, you can see graffiti over several of years (the layering is such a great idea). I could easily spend hours just looking through it all.
And lastly, this interactive map from The L.A. Times shows chronology of gay marriage in the United States. Easy to use and it’s really nice how you can roll over states and see information.
Dull and all his friends: Aqualung’s extremely disappointing sixth studio album, Magnetic North.
Also, last week three writers (including myself) weighed in on Conan O’Brien’s move to TBS.
I went home for Easter and recorded some sounds while up at the barn feeding the horses and donkey (listen below). By the way, it didn’t snow or anything, this picture is a few years old.
“Boy Lilikoi,” the standout from Go, is streaming below (just click play).http://stereogum.com/mp3/J%C3%B3nsi%20-%20Boy%20Lilikoi.mp3%20