Monday, April 21, 2008

Crayola's box of 64 crayons turns 50 this year, and they're celebrating by adding new colors which...um...make no sense, really. "Famous" is a color? At any rate, there are quizzes and trivia relating to the iconic box of crayons.

For the mathematically inclined musicians: you can now compose music based on the first 10,000 digits of pi. What will they think of next?

It's the 21st century, and graffiti is created with laser pointers. Woot!

Remember when airports were meant to be futuristic and amazing? Some architects are getting back to that idea.

And finally....when you dance, you don't think about how old you are.

3 comments:

Cassandra said...

Nope, I don't think about how old I am while dancing.

It's the next day. The next morning, I not only think about my age, I feel my age, plus some!(teeheeeteeeheeee)

Anonymous said...

Composing music based on pi...indeed, Xenakis would be proud.

SK

Reine Marie said...

My love affair with colour and colour names definitely began with my first Crayolas! Thanks ;)