Science and Technology

Zero

Once upon a time, around the year 525 during the reign of Pope John I, a monk named Dionysius invented the idea of Anno Domini by producing a calendar which marked the time since the birth of Christ. The numbering of the years was adopted for the Julian Calendar, a...

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A very creative video

Imagine being able to speak sentences of prose in any order you choose. This site has an interactive Flash “video” of a CS Lewis passage, which is spoken to a music loop in the background. Click on a stop on a railway map, and a particular passage is read to...

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A Little Late to the Party: The B. S. Generator

Yes, Bulls**t generator technology in its many forms and guises such as this site, using a cutting-edge convergence of certain verbs, nouns, and adjectives, has assembled compelling verbal deliverables using distributed front-end generators and extensible, enterprise-level methodologies to merge words into a confluent, innovative  passage of meaningless web content. See...

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