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Smileys
☹ ☺ ☻ ت ヅ ツ ッ シ Ü ϡ ﭢ

Copyright, registered trademark
™ ℠ © ® ℗

Money – Currency symbols
€ £ ¥ ¢ ƒ ₩

Blackboard bold (Double-struck) letters
ℂ ℍ ℕ ℙ ℚ ℝ ℤAntique letter characters
ℬ ℰ ℯ ℱ ℊ ℋ ℎ ℐ ℒ ℓ ℳ ℴ ℘ ℛ
ℭ ℮ ℌ ℑ ℜ ℨ
Triangles
▲◣◢ ◥▼△▽ ⊿◤◥ △ ▴ ▵ ▶ ▷ ▸ ▹ ► ▻ ▼ ▽ ▾ ▿ ◀ ◁ ◂ ◃ ◄ ◅

Maths, Numbers
Half, third, parts
⅟½⅓¾⅔⅕⅖⅗⅘⅙⅚⅛⅜⅝⅞

Comparison signs
≂ ≃ ≄ ≅ ≆ ≇ ≈ ≉ ≊ ≋ ≌ ≍ ≎ ≏ ≐ ≑ ≒ ≓ ≔ ≕ ≖ ≗ ≘ ≙ ≚ ≛ ≜ ≝ ≞ ≟ ≠ ≡ ≢ ≣ ≤ ≥ ≦ ≧ ≨ ≩ ⊰ ⊱ ⋛ ⋚

Integrals
∫ ∬ ∭ ∮ ∯ ∰ ∱ ∲ ∳

Index / power numbers and letters
⁰ ⁱ ⁲ ⁳ ⁴ ⁵ ⁶ ⁷ ⁸ ⁹ ⁺ ⁻ ⁼ ⁽ ⁾ ⁿ ₀ ₁ ₂ ₃ ₄ ₅ ₆ ₇ ₈ ₉ ₊ ₋ ₌ ₍ ₎ ₏
ᵀᴴᴱ’ᴼᴿᴵᴳᴵᴻᴬᴸ
ᴬ ᴭ ᴮ ᴯ ᴰ ᴱ ᴲ ᴳ ᴴ ᴵ ᴶ ᴷ ᴸ ᴹ ᴺ ᴻ ᴼ ᴽ ᴾ ᴿ ᵀ ᵁ ᵂ ᵃ ᵄ ᵅ ᵆ ᵇ ᵈ ᵉ ᵊ ᵋ ᵌ ᵍ ᵎ ᵏ ᵐ ᵑ ᵒ ᵓ ᵔ ᵕ ᵖ ᵗ ᵘ ᵙ ᵚ ᵛ ᵜ ᵝ ᵞ ᵟ ᵠ ᵡ ᶛ ᶜ ᶝ ᶞ ᶟ ᶠ ᶡ ᶢ ᶣ ᶤ ᶥ ᶦ ᶧ ᶨ ᶩ ᶪ ᶫ ᶬ ᶭ ᶮ ᶯ ᶰ ᶱ ᶲ ᶳ ᶴ ᶵ ᶶ ᶷ ᶸ ᶹ ᶺ ᶻ ᶼ ᶽ ᶾ ᶿ
ₐ ₑ ₒ ₓ ₔ ᵢ ᵣ ᵤ ᵥ

Roman numerals
Ⅰ Ⅱ Ⅲ Ⅳ Ⅴ Ⅵ Ⅶ Ⅷ Ⅸ Ⅹ Ⅺ Ⅻ Ⅼ Ⅽ Ⅾ Ⅿ ⅰ ⅱ ⅲ ⅳ ⅴ ⅵ ⅶ ⅷ
ⅸ ⅹ ⅺ ⅻ ⅼ ⅽ ⅾ ⅿ

Circled (bubble)
Numbers
➀➁➂➃➄➅➆➇➈ ➉
➊➋➌➍➎➏➐➑➒➓

Alphabet letters
ⒶⒷⒸⒹⒺⒻ ⒼⒽ ⒾⒿⓀ ⓁⓂⓃ ⓄⓅⓆ ⓇⓈⓉ ⓊⓋⓌⓍⓎⓏ
ⓐⓑⓒⓓⓔⓕⓖⓗ ⓘⓙⓚⓛⓜⓝ ⓞⓟⓠⓡⓢⓣ ⓤⓥⓦⓧⓨⓩ

Foreign characters
Arabic, or I-don’t-know-what..
ಐ ಓ ಔ ಕ ಖ ಗ ಘ ಙ ಝ ಞ ಲ ಶ ಹ ೀ ಾ ಿ ಧಿ ೈ ೋ ೌ ೬ ೂ ೄ ભ મ ય ર લ ળ વ શ ષ સ હ ઼ ઽ ા િ ી ુ ૂ ૃ ૄ ૅ ે ૈ ૉ ો ૌ ્ড ঢ ণ ত থ দ ধ ন প ফ ব ভ ম য র ল শ ষ স ঁ ং ঃ অ আ ই ঈ উ ঊ ঋ ঌ এ ঐ ও ঔ ক খ গহ

Chinese/Asian signs
㌹ – ㍭ – 頹 – 衙 – 浳 – 浤 – 搰 – 煤 – 洳 – 橱 – 橱 – 煪 – ㍱ – 煱 – 둻 – 睤 – 楤 – ぱ – – 椹 – ぱ – ㍵ – 畱 – 煵 – 田 – つ – 煵 – 엌 – 嫠 – 쯦 – 案 – 迎 – 是 – 從 – 事 – 網 – 頁 – 設 – 計 – 簡 – 大

Chess
♚ ♛ ♜ ♝ ♞ ♟
♔ ♕ ♖ ♗ ♘ ♙

Hands
☚ ☛ ☜ ☝ ☞ ☟ ✌

Cross
☩ ☨ ☦ ✙ ✚ ✛ ✜ ✝ ✞ ✠

Snow/Star
⋆ ✢ ✣ ✤ ✥ ✦ ✧ ✩ ✪ ✫ ✬ ✭ ✮ ✯ ✰ ★ ✱ ✲ ✳ ✴ ✵ ✶ ✷ ✸ ✹ ✺ ✻ ✼ ❄ ❅ ❆ ❇ ❈ ❉ ❊ ❋ ╰☆╮ ✡ ❂ -‘๑’-

Flower
✽ ✾ ✿ ❀ ❁ ❃ ❋

Music
♪ ♫ ♩ ♬ ♭ ♮ ♯ 𝄫 𝄪 𝄳 𝄲 𝄳 𝅝 𝅗𝅥 𝅘𝅥 𝅘𝅥𝅮 𝅘𝅥𝅯 𝅘𝅥𝅯 𝄻 𝄼 𝄽 𝄾 𝄿 𝄞 ° ø

Weather: sun, rain, snow, temperature
☼ ☀ ☁ ☂ ☃ ☄ ☾ ☽ ❄ ☇ ☈ ⊙ ☉ ℃ ℉ ° ❅ ✺ ϟ
Beliefs
☪ ✌ ☮ ♆ 卐

Religious
✡ † ☨ ✞ ✝ ☥ ☦ ☓ ♁ ☩

Political
Ⓐ ☭ ✯

Gender, love, heart
♥ ❤ ❥ ❣ ❦ ❧ ♡
♋ ♂ ♀ ☿ 웃 유
ღ ۵

Text-message, Write
✉ ✍ ✎ ✏ ✐✑✒ ⌨

Checked
☑ ✓ ✔ √
X, No/Unchecked, band aid
☐ ☒ ☓ ✕ ✖ ✗ ✘ ✇
Percent
% ℅ ‰ ‱

Push pin


Escape, delete, sub, country shortcuts
␛ ␡ ␚
␟ ␘ ␠ ␤ ␋ ␌ ␍ ␎ ␏ ␐ ␑ ␒ ␓ ␔ ␕ ␖ ␗ ␙ ␜ ␝ ␞

Corners
┌ ┍ ┎ ┏ ┐ ┑ ┒ ┓ └ ┕ ┖ ┗ ┘ ┙ ┚ ┛ ├ ┝ ┞ ┟ ┠ ┡ ┢ ┣ ┤ ┥ ┦ ┧ ┨ ┩ ┪ ┫ ┬ ┭ ┮ ┯ ┰ ┱ ┲ ┳ ┴ ┵ ┶ ┷ ┸ ┹ ┺ ┻ ┼ ┽ ┾ ┿ ╀ ╁ ╂ ╃ ╄ ╅ ╆ ╇ ╈ ╉ ╊ ╋ ╌ ╍ ╎ ╏ ═ ║ ╒ ╓ ╔ ╕ ╖ ╗ ╘ ╙ ╚ ╛ ╜ ╝ ╞ ╟ ╠ ╡ ╢ ╣ ╤ ╥ ╦ ╧ ╨ ╩ ╪ ╫ ╬

Blocks, box
❏ ❐ ❑ ❒ ▀ ▁ ▂ ▃ ▄ ▅ ▆ ▇ ▉ ▊ ▋ █ ▌ ▍ ▎ ▏ ▐ ░ ▒ ▓ ▔ ▕ ▖ ▗ ▝▝ ▘ ▞ ▚ ▙ ▟ ▛ ▜
■ □ ▢ ▣ ▤ ▥ ▦ ▧ ▨ ▩ ▪ ▫ ▬ ▭ ▮ ▯ ☰ ☲ ☱ ☴ ☵ ☶ ☳ ☷   

Chinese symbols
頹 – 衙 – 浳 – 浤 – 搰 – ㍭ – 煤 – 洳 – 橱 – 橱 – 煪 – ㍱ – 煱 – 둻 – 睤 – ㌹ – 楤 – ぱ – – 椹 – ぱ – ㍵ – 畱 – 煵 – 田 – つ – 煵 – 엌 – 嫠 – 쯦 – 案 – 迎 – 是 – 從 – 事 – 網 – 頁 – 設 – 計 – 簡 – 大

Scissors
✁ ✂ ✃ ✄

Telephone
✆ ☎ ☏

Quotes
❝❞ «» ‶ ‷‴ ‹ › 〈 〉 ‸^ ′ ″ ‵ ‘ ’ ‚ ‛ “ ” „ ‟

Time
⌚ ⌛

Round objects, circles
❂ ○ ◎ ● ◯ ◕ ◔ ◐ ◑ ☢ ⊗ ⊙ ◘ ◙ ◍

Question, exclamation marks
❢ ❣ ⁇ ⁈ ⁉ ‼ ‽ ! !
♥℘.s. Æ ℓ٥ﻻ ﻉ√٥υ♥
Courtesy: http://fsymbols.com/

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>These realistic photo manipulations

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These realistic photo manipulations are from Erik Johansson, a 23 years old computer engineering student from Sweden. Other than great details in every images, the unique and creative concepts attracted me the most. For more works of Erik Johansson, visit his site at http://alltelleringet.com/

>Intolerable Beauty

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Intolerable Beauty: Chris Jordan Photographs American Mass Consumption

Photographer Chris Jordan describes the photos in his series “Intolerable Beauty: Portraits of American Mass Consumption” as his “first foray into being an engaged artist.”
Cell phones #2, Atlanta, 2005

1. “The idea [behind this series] was to capture the scale of [our] mass consumption. It was the first time I stood in front of piles of the detritus of our mass consumption.” “Cell phones #2, Atlanta, 2005″

Cell phone chargers, Atlanta, 2004

2. “Initially, I thought I was seeing the scale [but] in the end, I realized this was the tiny tip of the iceberg.” “Cell phone chargers, Atlanta, 2004″

e-Bank, Tacoma, 2004

3. “It was interesting to see the limitations of this series and the photos. [Mass consumption is an] invisible phenomenon– there’s no one place I can go to capture it all.” “e-Bank, Tacoma, 2004″

Crushed cars #2, Tacoma, 2004

4. “There’s a hierarchy of activism…. What my work is about to feel these issues myself…. A large part of change is acknowledging feelings we have and connecting with these issues.” “Crushed cars #2, Tacoma, 2004″

Oil Filters, Seattle, 2003

5. “[All this waste] is something that’s sort of kept hidden.” “Oil Filters, Seattle, 2003″

Spent bullet casings, 2005

6. “I almost felt like a spy. I felt like this was something people needed to see.” “Spent bullet casings, 2005″

Circuit boards #2, New Orleans, 2005

7. “80% [of the photos in this series] were ’straight’ photos. As I ran up against these limitations of photography…I started arranging the subject.” “Circuit boards #2, New Orleans, 2005″

Circuit boards, Atlanta, 2004

8. “I also felt like I aged about five years during this series. Virtually all the photos…required that I trespass. I’d go ask [for permission to photograph these piles of waste] but I’d get all these vague excuses: Homeland Security, insurance regulations…. I think it was really a weird fear about photography and exposure [even though] I offered veto [power], showed them my previous work, and explained I didn’t name individuals or companies. This was about [documenting] a nationwide, cultural phenomenon.” Circuit boards, Atlanta, 2004″

Having run into the “limitations of photography,” Jordan initiated a new series, “Running the Numbers,” a set of digitally constructed photographs that represent the actual quantities of consumed items. “I’m almost done with this series,” he says at the end of our interview. “I’m hoping to return to a photographic project. I’d like to be a photographer again.”

To learn more about Jordan and his work, please visit his website.

All photos courtesy of Chris Jordan.

>The Great Google Doodle Triforce Conspiracy

>In many well-known programs there are hidden features or messages called easter eggs, being put there by the developers for you to find. Like in some applications from Google: Docs (Cliply), Picasa (bears) and Reader (ninja and the end of internet). But it seems that these ’eggs’ are not only featured in the applications from Google but also in the special Google Doodles. Several Doodles appear to have a symbol in it which looks very much like a Triforce – this could be an easter egg or an artist’s signature, and a hidden reference to the Nintendo Classic Zelda game, where the Triforce appeared. Wikipedia explains: “The Triforce is a triangular relic which features throughout the series as a nearly-omnipotent sacred item representing the essences of the Golden Goddesses. It is made up of three smaller triangles known as the Triforce of Wisdom, Triforce of Power and Triforce of Courage.”

The most recent Doodle to feature a Triforce was the Nikola Tesla logo which was placed on 9th July. You can see the little icon next to the Tesla coil.

Nikola Tesla, July 9th 10th 2009

Earth Day 2009

Christiaan Huygens, 2009

Thanksgiving 2008

Halloween 2008
Here, the triforce might have been added later on, or removed… in another version it was not to be seen.

France October 4th, 2008

Olympic Summer Games 2008

Earth Day 2008

Can you find more Google logo doodles with the triforce in them?

[When Michel is not hanging out at Blogoscoped, he’s writing the Dutch blog WebSonic.nl.]

>Amazing Shadow Art

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Artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster have taken piles of trash and turned them into interesting abstract artworks depicting people or animals. The piece above is called White Trash (With Gulls), it is comprised of six month’s worth of trash and two dead sea gulls. The image portrayed is a self portrait of the artists relaxing with a glass of wine.

>The Coolest Calendar Ever Sucks Ink Out of a Bottle

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Without a doubt, this is one of the best and simplest inventions I’ve seen in a long time: A long strip of calendar days, made with a material that sucks ink to tint one complete number each day. Genius.

Created by Oscar Díaz—no family relation, even while it’s my brother’s name—the 420 X 595 mm Ink Calendar actually works. Oscar says that it’s not designed to be one month only, but the whole year:

The ink colors are based on a spectrum, which relate to a “color temperature scale”, each month having a color related to our perception of the weather on that month. The colors range from dark blue in December to three shades of green in spring or orange and red in the summer.

You can see it now at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid. And then, you can go have some gambas a la plancha, iberian ham, and other delicious tapas with some chilled white wine from Rueda. [Oscar Díaz via Dezeen]

>Concept cars

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Stackable Robot Car

Designed and engineered by MIT’s Smart Cities group, this stackable robot car gives compact a new meaning. In addition to being stackable, they are also eco friendly. This “wheel robot” powered car has wheels with integrated motors which can also rotate a full 360 degrees while moving. You won’t find seatbelts in this car becuase responsive seats, also called “fingers”, hold a person back during an accident.

SAAB Aero-X Concept

If you’ve been waiting for a futuristic sports coupe, look no further than SAAB’s Aero-X concept. Powered by a twin-turbo, 400 bhp BioPower V6 engine, this concept is all about eye candy, with a cockpit canopy (replaces doors and windscreen pillars) that gives the driver full 180-degree views. The ultralight carbon fiber chassis, lightweight powertrain, and all-wheel drive suspension help the Aero-X rocket from 0-62 mph in just 4.9 seconds (computer simulated trials). [Source]

Honorable Mention – Fiat’s Truckster Concept

This strange-looking vehicle sports 28-inch rims, hydraulically controlled gullwing doors, LED headlights, aerodynamic spoiler, and smoked glass windows. It measures “6.48 metres long, 2.55 metres high and 2.49 metres wide”. [Source]

Top 10 Most Bizarre Futuristic Concept Cars

The next shape is right for the lack of parking place.

Top 10 Most Bizarre Futuristic Concept Cars

Germany always used to pose itself as a snooker empire. The new German Audi concept without wheels and the rollers instead attracts so that everyone can say: “What?! What was it?! Is it…a car?!”

Top 10 Most Bizarre Futuristic Concept Cars

Top 10 Most Bizarre Futuristic Concept Cars

Top 10 Most Bizarre Futuristic Concept Cars

But here is quite more extraordinary concept Peugeot 360 which has spheres to move in any direction the drivers want. Of course, the vehicle possesses the onboard computer for the best navigation.The degradation of wheels has become a good tradition for Ferrari Monza Car families as well. Though the auto has aeroappearence, winglets called canards were used for this model.

Top 10 Most Bizarre Futuristic Concept Cars

The following alien car has been designed exactly for silent speed. The director of Italiandesign Quaranta Fabrizio Giugiaro claims the car can show more than 200 kph and still doesn’t make any noise at all.

Top 10 Most Bizarre Futuristic Concept Cars

The old good Renault Nepta concept has now become very popular among concept cars. The opening panels which make the four passengers vehicle cabriolet make the conditioning and comfort ability of the concept unique.

Top 10 Most Bizarre Futuristic Concept Cars

Nissan Pivo 2 has also surrealistic features. It is electric powered and gives the access to any doors as well. But the craziest feature about this vehicle is 360 degrees rotation.

Top 10 Most Bizarre Futuristic Concept Cars

And here is one feature about this car: it is equipped with Nissan’s Around View Monitor that allows avoiding blind spots.

Top 10 Most Bizarre Futuristic Concept Cars

This is Mazda Kazamai Crossover. It also uses aerodynamics as the other concepts do. But the most famous feature of the concept is its 30% fuel consumption thanks to special MZR 2.0 liter petrol engine.

Top 10 Most Bizarre Futuristic Concept Cars

The B.A.T. concept cars based on the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione are considered to be the most hopeful vehicles in the future. They tend to be hydrogen or fuel-cell unit that means the car is green.

Top 10 Most Bizarre Futuristic Concept Cars

This Airflow by Pierre Sabas of France was produced mostly of glass. And despite the standard set of electric powered motor and body orientated for good parking, the vehicle also has possibility to slide out while running into corners.

Top 10 Most Bizarre Futuristic Concept Cars