Posts Tagged ‘decorating’
The following are links I’ve either happened or StumbledUpon during the week of Feb. 8th – 15th
amazing photographic renditions of mathematical equations/calculations depicting everything from double stars to handwoven lace
“In the United States, doing good has come to be, like patriotism, a favorite device of persons with something to sell.”
video lectures on many a topic from many a level: from elementary to advanced
interesting tips and ideas for decorating — albeit mostly high-end decor — I’ve found it a good starting place to get ideas and change ‘em up a little to reflect both your taste and your budget
watch full length episodes of Frontline on your computer
“In tvscormv ivre pene omnis italia fverat”
Nearly the whole of Italy was under Etruscan rule.
–Cato, second century BCE
3,000 years of world history online including 480 biographical lifelines and numerous colorful maps
Check ‘em out. Check ‘em all out!
I wouldn’t have put them up there if they were not the most interesting sources of their kind on the net.
And, since I’m rather interesting cat myself, you can be sure that are just as interesting–if not more.
Written by Tuzz
February 15, 2009 at 1:38 pm
Tagged with academia, ancient history, art, art history, awesome, biographies, decorating, documentaries, etruscan history, etrusia, fractals, frontline, history, maps, pbs, photography, timelines, world history