High quality giclée prints available at etsy. Distilling literary quotes from a handful of the masters down to a single graphic representation, Evan captures the raw concept of the sentence and makes it damn purty to look at as well.
Baby otter squeaks when introduced to water! Footage from the feature film Otter 501:
Meet the playful heroine of the feature film Otter 501! She was rescued on the central coast of California after being separated from her mother, and with a little help from the Monterey Bay Aquarium she’ll hopefully become a wild otter again.
How a Group of Spam-Fighting Kittens Are Saving the Web
Even spammers probably don’t much care for spam. Unsolicited advertising is the bane of the Internet; humans have been fighting it in our email, on our message boards, even in our instant messaging chats for decades. And in our never-ending struggle to fight against the rising tide of spam, we’ve unleashed another of the Internet’s most hated creatures: CAPTCHAs. You know, those annoying squiggly words that some web sites force you to decipher to prove you’re not a robot. We hate those almost as much as the spam.
But in an attempt to rid the world of both spam and CAPTCHAs, a new force has arisen: cats. Calling themselves the “Catchas,” this elite squadron of spam-fighting kitties has taken to the web in an effort to thwart spam bots and save us from the evils of distorted text. The concept is simple, in place of a CAPTCHA, web sites can now deploy the Catcha kitten force. Users will no longer be asked to decipher unreadable blocks of letters, instead they’ll be shown a series of images and asked a simple question, “Which one is the cat?”