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Category Archives: funny
TweetCoasters have gone 4D according to Six Flags as the latest addition to the thrill rides at Six Flag in Texas comes via Batman the Ride… Woohoo, buckle in!
TweetHold on tight!! Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), the global leader in satellite navigation, and Schlitterbahn Waterparks & Resorts, today released a video for the highly-anticipated opening of Verrückt, the tallest water slide in the … Continue reading
TweetSo awesome from Google… something for our furry friends!
TweetNow here’s something clever and yummy from Nokia… this Spring Nokia took to cool 3D printing technology to print up some tasty chocolate treats. Very cool indeed… I can just imaging them also printing up a chocolate Lumia smartphone or … Continue reading
TweetA little holiday cheer and some lighthearted fun in this fun rendition of the popular “All I want for Christmas”… enjoy and have a happy holidays and very Merry Christmas to everyone from Glenn and the GISuser gang…
TweetA fun map for us football fans as this NCAA season winds down and we ramp up for another BCS and Bowl season (and as usual I’m hoping for anyone but the Buckeyes to win the BCS!).
TweetGISDay is here once again and for a little GISDay fun the cool team at BlueRaster has mashed up a very cool map that shares all the photos on Instagram tagged with the #GISDay hashtag. Have a look around the … Continue reading
TweetLoads of hype and fluff floating around the Interweb regarding this week’s planned event from Apple… many are pretty sure it will go something like the following… enjoy!
TweetEver wondered about that “imaginary” fence that exists for about 5000 KM separating Canada and the USA? Well, perhaps this new video will help explain things a little better… enjoy (Source of inspiration) The video makes light of the border, … Continue reading
TweetHere’s a cool, eco-friendly online learning experience from National Geographic, GE and a few friends – Plan it Green. This interactive, eco friendly, online game is designed to introduce kids (and grown up kids) to city planning solutions that are … Continue reading
TweetHow cool is it to see that the sport of Geocaching is now boasting almost 2 million hidden geocaches… wow! The crew at Geocaching.com has a real time (almost) count tracking the number of registered geocaches and it’s rapidly approaching … Continue reading
TweetAh yes, another Valentine’s Day is here and that can only mean one thing… another great excuse to make cheezy maps and apps – enter the Canada Kiss Map! Well, actually it’s not just for Canada as you can drop … Continue reading