The World is Full of Interesting Things…

A note­wor­thy men­tion: The World is Full of Inter­est­ing Things packs togeth­er 106 works from the “cre­ative inter­net” into one Google slideshow. It’s a visu­al grab bag of images, videos, mashups, apps and oth­er items that have cap­tured the col­lec­tive online imag­i­na­tion. The diverse col­lec­tion is more eas­i­ly expe­ri­enced than explained. So start flip­ping through and see what we mean here.

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  • Steve says:

    Like the post, this is more eas­i­ly expe­ri­enced than explained, but the Dundee (Scot­land) rap­per (hon­est!) Saint Andrew got there some time ago with the won­der­ful IMHO “This World is Phuhl o’ a Num­ber o’ Things”. Watch on YouTube — [I vol­un­teer no trans­la­tion or glos­sary].
    Aid­ed and abet­ted by Michael Mar­ra, the only song­writer I know who can fit Fri­da Kahlo & Diego Rivera into a Dundee pub…

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