It's ubiqutious, the camera. It's in nearly cell phone, in pockets and briefcases, everywhere. And, when the moment strikes, the camera appears to capture the action . . .
A short video of the NYC skyline memorial to 9/11 taken from Brooklyn Bridge Park on 07-Sep-2012. Includes the Brooklyn Bridge, Jane's Carousel and the new Freedom Tower.
Kevin Slavin on how algorithms shape our world, from the millisecond-level interacions to the dynamite and tunneling of over 800 miles. Plenty of math and fun, and nature. Go figure.
Enjoy the sights and sounds of the main square and old parts of Brussels on the last night of the XBRL International Conference, May, 2011 -- thanks to some time-lapse photography and fancy video editing by Hugh Wallis, XII.
Did you ever want to sing about accounting? Steve Zelin did when he got to thinking about IFRS, XBRL, and, of course, Bob Pozen. Enjoy the music video courtesy of singingcpa.com and the FEI blog.
You knew you wanted it. Didn't you? Anyway, as of April 1st, Google made sure you had it ...
A different sort of, "I Love New York." Everyone has their own favorite way to enjoy the city. Hint: click on the full screen button for best viewing. Enjoy!
We thought we could spare a little space on the web site for some fun. Say, the lyrics to Auld Lang Syne, in case you need them, or some stories, photos and video from fun events.
Contact us to add your own fun content. We look forward to it.