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It's kind of a hobby... seeing how deep I can
dive into the sea of information we
are all sinking in. Woosh

nasa space concept Wednesday, March 12, 2008 |

Even NASA didn't know when this one was produced (how do you miss a date on something internally produced?) but it still triggered a fondness for old space-art. Although, the shape is all wrong. They'll never spread through the galaxy with that shape.

And don't miss these guys dancing up here on the space-station ship thing. What are they doing? I can't think of any logical reason. They must be space-nuts. Speaking of which, this "cross section" view thing really does make it look like the space thing has sustained heavy damages in battle, don't you think?

cedar key map Saturday, March 1, 2008 |

A very detailed map made in about 1884, showing a "bird's eye" perspective of a small town "Cedar Key" that all but burned to the ground a few years later. The town was rebuilt, but not in this style of course. The detail on this map is wonderful, so many little details.
For example, on this zoomed-in clip, you can even see the smoke coming from the train running along the tracks to the dock. Kind of brings the picture to life. Although, I can't help but wonder why the smoke from the train is blowing in a different way than the smoke from the boats?