If only W. would’ve had his own trading cards…maybe he’d been liked more?
Ya, that’s probably it. Karl Rove missed that one I guess…
This site is amazing. Really fun to play with.
Zoom in a little and center the view on the 4 snipers on the roof of the large building, then zoom in all the way, then still centered, zoom out slowly.
You can use the roller on your mouse, or use the bar on the upper left side of the page to navigate and get in really close.
What a surveillance tool this! You can actually see people over half a mile away on rooftops.
This picture was taken with the robotic camera and with 1,474 megapixel (295 times the standard 5 megapixel camera).
Can you find anybody you know?
This story is so good. It’s a short video of the story of boy named Jason McElway. By the end, you’ll be grinning from ear to ear, full of joy, glad to be alive.
Pretty interesting, knowing a little about his background. Amazing to hear about real experiences.
4 Hours. 24 Films. A new way to see the world.
On May 10th, gather to watch films made by the world for the world, broadcast live around the globe.
This event is a worldwide event designed to be watched as a community. We’re hosting an event at our house to accomplish the following things:
1. Expand our horizon and awareness to “others” beyond ourselves around the world.
2. To connect with those around us in our community that share the same heart to love one another.
3. To be inspired. I love the Pangea Day quote: “Movies can’t change the world, but people who watch them do.” In a world that is so easy to see our differences – we need to keep focus on God’s dream for the world and realize how He includes us that dream! To truly be inspired to change the world – to experience His Kingdom here on earth.
Come see the world through different eyes. Begin to change the lenses from which you’ve viewed the world from your entire life – one of self and individualism. Gather with people that have different social classes, different economic classes, different race, different background…and gather together to find your similarities.
If you’re in the Portland-Vancouver area on May 10th – please join us! If you aren’t going to be in our area, think about hosting your own event or finding one near you.
If you end up hosting an event – share your experiences with us!!