Cityscapes Built from Old 8-Bit Games, YouTube's Best Keytar Solos
There's a load of great tech news happening out there every day, and, unfortunately, we just can't cover it all. Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web.
- Flickr user Max Capacity [AM] lifts pixels from old videogames to build 8-bit cityscapes, from San Francisco to New York. [From: flickr]
- Kick your weekend off right with Urlesque's roundup of the very best in epic keytar solos (fake ivory shredding, sultry smooth jam noodling and Santana covers are all represented). [From: Urlesque]
- Joel Johnson notes the passing of LEGO 'builder extraordinaire' Nate Nielson with some of the man's most stunning creations that go far beyond any LEGO set you've ever seen. [From: Gizmodo and flickr]
- If the boss just walked by and gave you a look for the millionth time over your unkempt desk, you can still appease The Man while keeping your nerd cred. Clean up your crumbs with this R2-D2 USB vacuum cleaner. [From: OhGizmo!]