Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Web Secret #166: Adobe Museum of Digital Art

TED is an online archive of "riveting talks by remarkable people." You can view the talks by category, one of my favorites being "jaw-dropping."

I don't jaw drop easily. In fact, the last time my jaw dropped was in the 1980s, when I stood in the middle of the precarious Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, (the fifth highest bridge in the United States), 650 feet above the Rio Grande river.

Then just a few weeks ago, I had my first jaw drop of the 21st century.

Over a website. I kid you not.

I wish I could take credit for finding this as of yet not completely constructed website, (my 17 year old son showed it to me), but if you want to see what the Internet might look like in 2050, check out the Adobe Museum of Digital Art.

To fully understand the concept, watch the explanatory video, or if you are more adventurous, look for the white building, and click on that - then explore.

And that is all I am going to say.

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