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Wondering what the web can show you that it would be difficult or impossible to see otherwise? Try:
- San Diego Zoo Panda Cam ... (be patient, its a video, not a photo; so realistic that its JUST like being there: "is it alive, mommy?"; contributed by Alice Longobardi Givan via Suzanne Spain, 12/16/99)
- Miniature Golf ... (a good course, a little easier than you remember, but still frustrating enough; contributed by Kyle Antoian via Jed Grobstein, 12/17/99)
- Terra Server ... (a nice spatially organized database of aerial photographs, satellite images, from Microsoft; Serendip is in the northeast wing of the building here; contributed by Paul Grobstein, 12/23/99).
- Cyberatlas ...("Begun in the spring of 1996, the Cyberatlas project is the first concerted effort to chart the cultural terrain of cyberspace"; often disorienting (perhaps sometimes necessarily so), but interesting efforts to "map" cultural relatedness, mostly though not entirely in the artistic realm, and a good place to see how artists are exploring possibilities on the web; "Best Online Exhibition" from Museums and the Web 1999, 1/9/00)
- Happy Valentine's Day - Pictures of Eros (from a NASA spacecraft which went into orbit around the near Earth asteriod today, 2/14/00)
- ... an exhibition space and resource base for the art of Keith Haring and his work involving children in art; contributed by Lucy Kerman, 2/28/2000
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