Sunday, 27 April 2008

Can a butterfly draw graph?

What can a butterfly draw other than nectar?

Besides sucking nectar from flowers, it can also....

on a sheet of graph paper, draw itself !

Amazing isn't it?

A mathematical butterfly, wow!

Maths really is interesting even to a flying insect.

Wednesday, 16 April 2008

Tow Truck in Alphabets!

Ever seen a tow truck constructed in letters. Here is one for your pleasure viewing.

Can you figure out which alphabets are being use?

Wonderful, right?

Alphabets are not only useful for text-base material, they are now part of graphics and diagrams!

What more...... It depends on the limit of our imagination.

Thursday, 10 April 2008

10 Reasons Why I Blog

I was "hunted" down by a blogging friend to do this tagging game.
Gorgeous! I never expect this!

However, I am game for it......... Let me start yo!

Blogging is a common activity nowadays. Many people blogs for various reasons.

I have my reasons as listed below:

  1. To make more friend globally
  2. To learn more about ideas of other's
  3. To widen my knowledge
  4. To make myself creative
  5. To enjoy myself
  6. To share my views and ideas with other
  7. To improve my writing skill
  8. To challenge myself to increase traffic to my blog
  9. To feel better after contributing whatever I have in mind
  10. To put something in the net for record
It never happen to me that I could finish this post with some many reasons. It's wonderful.

Gorgeous me! I'm in the game.

Let the game continue......

I chose you people to do this tag and share your 10 reasons for blogging. After writing your reasons, please copy the tag after this paragraph and add your name to the list of those who have done this. This is one good way to help increase your traffic in our respective blogs. Tag as many as you can.

Enjoy the tagging.

Ten Reasons Why I Blog 1. Mel Avila Alarilla , Extremes - Nhea , Anything Gorgeous,

Sunday, 6 April 2008

Artistic Veins Or Otherwise ?

Looking at this diagram, one wonders what that could be.

Where does it belongs to?

It looks like a mesh of interlinked paths taken from high up or from a satellite.

Or is it a zoomed in view of veins in our body?

However, or whatever it is , the lines (or equivalent) are rather artistic. Most of them branches out at 90 degree, or tangential, to the others.

To let the cat out of the bag, it is a zoomed in view of a green leaf.
We should be taking time off, once a while, to appreciate nature and see for ourself how nature builds themself.