Another cool explorable explanation demonstrating how buses tend to bunch together.
Do you know how much your computer can do in a second?
Really cool project with cardboard and syringes.
If you've ever wondered where all those little hacking USB drives in the movies come from, look no further.
The only software you need to backup your computer is rsync. This project mimics Time Machine by saving each back up to a new timestamped folder but saves memory by hard-linking all duplicate files to their previous backups.
If you have an iPad, download this app. Its an amazing interactive simulation of weather that feels like a game but it's actually an educational app.
The first six books of the Euclid's Elements published in 300BC about geometry where coloured diagrams and symbols are used instead of letters.
The creator of d3.js created some interactive visualizations of various algorithms like different ways of sampling, sorting, and maze solving.
An interactive math textbook.
An interactive textbook explaining linear algebra.
A very nice introduction to complex numbers and fractals.