Delectable blog scanwiches.com has a simple premise: Cross section scans of sandwiches.
The only information listed is the place of creation (store or homemade) and what the ingredients were. This keeps the blog nicely succinct and lets the striking images do the majority of the talking.
I’d love to frame some of these for my kitchen.
Quite possibly the most beautiful Google logo I’ve ever seen is the one online today marking what would have been Jules Verne’s 183rd birthday.
Not only pretty to look at, the logo is interactive – use the lever on the right to maneuver the Nautilus and explore the ocean through the portholes. It made me smile to see the great underwater creatures featured, especially the Jellyfish and Narwhals which are both perennial favorites of mine.
I’m sure you all can find the Google homepage, but if you’re lazy like me here’s a link to help you on your way. It looks as though Google archives all their special logos here so those of you reading this after the 8th Feb can enjoy it also.
“If I only scrape a living, at least it’s a living worth scraping.
If there’s no future in it, this is a present worth remembering”
Well said, mate.
And on that note, I leave you in the capable hands of my co-contributors as I head overseas on my honeymoon.
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