We’re proud to FINALLY announce what we’ve been working on for so long over the past year or so…our upcoming, triple disc album, “THE TORTOISE & THE CROW”. That’s right, 3 discs; 1 solo Grouch disc, 1 solo Eligh disc, and 1 G&E disc.
We put a lot of ourselves into this album, but wanted to give you guys more, so we decided to launch a KICKSTARTER to share our lives, journey, and experiences with you, our best supporters! So click the link below to check out the album artwork, tracklisting, features, and reward packs.
We hope to be hanging with some of you soon, and don’t be afraid to hit that share button ;)
Back in 2005, a study in Nature concluded that Wikipedia—at the time, a free upstart just eking its way into the Google results—was about as good a source as the venerable Encyclopedia Britannica. Though it found Wikipedia had slightly more factual errors than the older reference, the study gave the website a major commendation when it needed one.
OpenStreetMap, a free-to-edit and free-to-use world map often compared with Wikipedia, received a similar—though less validated—commendation last week, when the reporter Greg Miller at Wired found that its maps exceeded Google’s at describing Sochi, the home of the 2014 winter Olympics.
Miller compared not only the city but also its Olympic surroundings in the two maps. OSM, he found, often contained far more information than Google Maps, especially on features like ski slopes.