Our summer theme this year is GO! Since the warmer months are a great time for people to take off on car trips, or even off to more lofty destinations, I thought you might like to know about a great new way to chronicle your trip.
Tripographer combines our love of vacation photos with our obsession to share with our friends.
Even if you just have a “staycation”, this is a fun way to make your photos stand out. Once you upload and edit, connect the photos as a slideshow, add a Google Street View option and share with your friends on all your favourite social media sites!
For our Frivolous Friday post, a story in pictures. One of our favourite things at the library is Google Street View. Some of us use it to see the places we read about in books. Some of us just want to know where that French bookstore is located. And we’ve probably all dropped in on our homes to see what was going on the day the Google trucks went by.
But what about those unexpected images that get captured just because the cameras are pointed somewhere at the exact moment something interesting or terrifying happens? Well, artist Jon Rafman has started the Nine Eyes of Google Streetview, a project that has him putting together all the unexpected images shot by the nine cameras on the Google trucks.
These photos are amazing, heartbreaking, funny, shocking and frustrating, but they’re all interesting.
Be warned, some of the images feature nudity and some can be disturbing, but take a few moments to scroll through the site. You’ll be amazed and it’ll make you think about Google Street View a little differently the next time you log on.