"Spreadsheets was created to approach sex in a way that is both light-hearted and improvement oriented," says Danny Wax, Co-founder of the app.
"We wanted to create an app that entices users to have some fun with their partner and share in that afterglow experience, while encouraging open dialog and feedback."
Whereas some couples might have problems approaching topics like the frequency or quality of their sex lives, fun visual and logical feedback, including 30 earned “achievements” (like Seven in Heaven for a seven-minute rendezvous and Quick Spread for three-minute trysts), feels like a low-pressure way of checking in.
Why is Oklahoma so Republican? Why is Maine so white? And why is Pennsylvania so haunted?
Read more. [Image: Amazing Maps]
sounds about right
Can’t wait to go again
One Look At The United States-Canada Border Reveals Some Ridiculous Things
Let’s just invade Canada already.
Or vice-versa. I don’t care
Read the captions if you suck at geography.
I’m proud of where Oregon came in
These are great
So Minar’s map isn’t especially new, but the good bit is that Minar posted a tutorial and his code on github, so that you can see how such a map is made.
US rivers in the contiguous 48 (by Nelson Minar)
Smart *and* cool.
Hyperlapse photography involves shooting a series of photographs over large distances and then stringing the photos together into a time-lapse video that zooms the viewer through the locations. Creating a real hyperlapse involves quite a bit of work, so the folks over at Teehan+Lax Labs decided to go virtual by turning to Google Street View to source the necessary photos.
The gorgeous hyperlapse video above was created entirely using Google Street View photos, and shows the locations visited by the Street View camera van in a way that’s very different from what you see through your browser.
That’s not all, though. In addition to creating the video above, the team actually developed a web app that can let you easily make your own!
It’s called Google Street View Hyperlapse. All you need to do is pick two points on a map using an “A” and “B” marker.
Some day I’m going to ride my bike around that mother
Why do they have to make it so complicated for us simple yanks??
h/t uncle RyRy