Cellular graveyard (at Symond St.)
at Ponsonby Social Club
Awesome moon over Auckland. (at Auckland, New Zealand)
glasstastic (at Cloud House)
A fascinating and beautiful hydrozoa.
The Portuguese man-of-war is infamous for its painful sting, but one photographer finds the beauty inside this animal’s dangerous embrace.
By Jane J. Lee
Photographs & video: Aaron Ansarov
A Portrait of the Portuguese Man-of-War (National Geographic)
CRM Video meetings are free to participants but subscribers to the service are charged per minute of data and provided a Dropbox-type arrangement for any recordings. A gig of data provides for four hours of HD video, Meek says.
The call initiator can also import documents into a video call, which applications like Skype and FaceTime don’t allow. After being given access, the other party can then pinch, zoom and scroll through the document. (via Virtual Spectator founder takes on big boys of video conferencing :: Idealog :: the magazine and website of New Zealand creative business, ideas and innovation)
Lego Ms PacMan (at Sheinkin Cafe)
Signage bitches!! (at Cloud House)
The Silk Leaf project uses chloroplasts from real plants suspended in silk proteins to create a hardy vehicle for photosynthesis (via 'World's first man-made leaves' could use photosynthesis to help astronauts breathe - Gadgets and Tech - Life and Style - The Independent)
at Craven ‘A’