1. The Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition honours the world’s most extraordinary microscope images of life science subjects, according to their website. All I know is that these images are truly beautiful pictures of extremely small things.
2. The biggest computer games publisher in the world, Electronic Arts, has just put forward their vision of the way ahead. In their view, the future is bright, and the future is digital. As far as indicators go for how the computer games industry is likely to shift, this one leaves little room for doubt.
3. The google web lab is coming soon. From the looks of things users will be able to remotely interact with a bunch of robotic installations, but exactly what the controls will be and what the installations will be capable of isn’t yet clear, but that’s all part of the fun, right?
4. Facebook’s latest change is a small tweak with a big meaning - the same-sex marriage icon. It may just be a minute detail in the grand scheme of things, but attention to detail is king in the web-o-sphere.
5. Real-life Hotwheels! To be honest, I’m not sure I need to say more, but for those who didn’t play with the most awesome toy cars any little boy (or girl) could ever play with, here’s a bunch of grown-ups recreating the chaos of the Hotwheels brand on a real-world scale