Web Sightings for November


It’s time for another listing of Web Sightings:

Looking for a good “The End” image to use in a PowerPoint presentation or movie? If so, check out the “The End” Pool on Flickr.

Urban Sketchers is a new blogging community of artists around the world who draw the people and places of the cities where they live and travel to.

OMuRAA is an initiative of the Asia for Educators Program at Columbia University that offers links to various resources and educational materials on Asian Art available through many world-class museums.

Drop.io allows you to set up a private online space to drop any files by phone, email, web, widget or fax and then share them with whoever you want via a variety of outputs.

Twine is a new social bookmarking site that uses semantic understanding to get to know you and then make recommendations tailored to you.

Create polariod-type pictures with this free download.

Developed by Mapping Worlds, SHOW®/WORLD gives visitors a better perspective on world issues.

Jillian Tamaki answers the question every artist dreads, Where do you get your ideas?

Annu Palakunnathu Matthew explores what it means to be Indian in America as opposed to American Indian.

In Dr. Mashup; or, Why Educators Should Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Remix, Brian Lamb shows educators and policy-makers, struggling with the many cultural and logistical challenges posed by digital technologies, how mashups complicate the picture even while offering tremendous promise.