Sunday, September 5, 2010
Bookmarks for July 29th through September 5th:
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Bookmarks for February 25th through April 13th:
- DEARJOSEPH on MySpace Music – Free Streaming MP3s, Pictures & Music Videos –
- Seamonster by Nathan Castle – Seamonster is a slightly surreal, gently nightmarish story of doomed relationships, seaside towns, and misguided escapism. Dave's search for connection and meaning lead him to confront the illusory nature of the very structure he seeks.
- Internet Archive: Free Download: Seamonster – Seamonster is a slightly surreal, gently nightmarish story of doomed relationships, seaside towns, and misguided escapism. Dave's search for connection and meaning lead him to confront the illusory nature of the very structure he seeks.
- GREAT SHOWDOWNS by scott c. –
- Warren Ellis » He May Have A Razor On Him – 'When Baird tried to tell the news editor at the Daily Express what he’d done, the hack got the Fear and hissed to his staff: "He says he’s got a machine for seeing by wireless. Watch him– he may have a razor on him."'
- First quantum effects seen in visible object – physics-math – 17 March 2010 – New Scientist – "The first ever quantum superposition in an object visible to the naked eye has been observed."
- From two-trillion-degree heat, researchers create new matter — and new questions –
- raiders of the lost ark poster by *strongstuff on deviantART –
- Atemporality for the Creative Artist | Beyond The Beyond –
- Synecdoche Script – transcript from the screenplay and/or the Charlie Kaufman movie with Philip Seymour Hoffman – "you begin to lose your characteristics one by one as you learn there is no one watching you and there never was,"
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Bookmarks for December 11th through February 2nd:
- xkcd – Spirit Rover –
- The 10:23 'overdose' event | The 10:23 Campaign | #ten23 – "At 10:23am on January 30th, more than three hundred homeopathy sceptics nationwide will be taking part in a mass homeopathic 'overdose' in protest at Boots' continued endorsement and sale of homeopathic remedies, and to raise public awareness about the fact that homeopathic remedies have nothing in them."
- The Most Relevant Identity Work of the Decade – Brand New –
- Daytrotter: The source for new music discovery and free MP3 downloads from the best emerging bands. –
- 500 Internal Server Error – 500 Internal Server Error
- Orson Welles on Privacy, the Passport and Personal Rights | The Januarist – "[The policeman is] there to protect, protect the free citizen, not to chase criminals, that’s an incidental part of his job. The free citizen is always more of a nuisance to the policeman that the criminal. He knows what to do about the criminal …"
- Richard Nash: Book Publishing 10 Years in the Future – mediabistro.com: GalleyCat – "The mechanically reproduced object will have its aura restored in this Age of Digital Reproduction and we'll wish, again, that Walter Benjamin could have seen all this."
- Akinator, the Web Genius –
- Rethinking artificial intelligence – "This time, they are determined to get it right — and, with the advantages of hindsight, experience, the rapid growth of new technologies and insights from the new field of computational neuroscience, they think they have a good shot at it."
- Stack Overflow –
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
Delicious bookmarks for June 5th through July 1st:
Friday, June 5, 2009
Delicious bookmarks for June 1st through June 4th:
- Simon Schubert – Illustration by scoring and folding.
- Mars Global Surveyor MOC2-368 Release –
- Astrometry Bags a ‘Cold Jupiter’ – “We found a Jupiter-like planet at around the same relative place as our Jupiter, only around a much smaller star. It’s possible this star also has inner rocky planets. And since more than seven out of 10 stars are small like this one, this could mean planets are more common than we thought.”
- Meteorites a Key to Habitability? – "the Late Heavy Bombardment (LHB) some four billion years ago wasn’t an average time. The research team used models of meteoritic impact rates during the bombardment to calculate that billions of tons of carbon dioxide and water vapor would have been delivered to Earth’s atmosphere each year over the entire twenty million years that spanned the LHB. "
- INTERVIEW PROJECT – NEW EPISODE EVERY THREE DAYS – David Lynch interviews people and posts a video every three days for a year.
- Weird Science – Boing Boing – "Our conscious minds display some of the same features as quantum mechanics. When we're not thinking about anything in particular, our thoughts evolve in a continuous, multi-universe kind of way—but when we focus on something, we carry out something like the quantum collapse that characterizes the process of measurement. "
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Delicious bookmarks for April 15th through April 20th:
- Comic Book Resources > CBR News: Alan Moore’s Bestiary of Fictional Worlds – "…our hopes, our fears, the things that we express in dreams, as a culture we express through our fiction, particularly our fantastic fictions. And it’s really interesting. It is actually saying something about our world, not purely a literary exercise. It is a fabulous literary game, but I’m starting to realize after the fact, as usual, that it’s more than that because of the interconnected nature of the world of fiction and our material world, that they’re interdependent on each other. [...] Yes, it is real flesh-and-blood people who create these fictional beings, but the fictional beings create us as well. It’s not as straightforward as it looks…"
- White Fungus – Bruce Sterling – Architecture Fiction
- kokomoo.com –
- Omegle – Talk to strangers
- Eleven Fine Art – Current exhibition – No Love Lost
Daisy de Villeneuve and Natasha Law
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Delicious bookmarks for August 6th through August 21st:
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Delicious bookmarks for July 7th through July 23rd:
- The interview: Jamie Hewlett | Art & Architecture | guardian.co.uk Arts – "And people were talking and getting up and walking out, and all I could hear was, 'Yo Ice, you look cool as a kangaroo man'. And when it finished the lights came on, and everyone – was looking at me, and it was the most humiliating experience of my life"
- VIDEO: Moon transits Earth! | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine – "In late May, 2008, it turned its cameras back to Earth and observed us over the course of a several hours. During this time, from EPOXI?s point of view, the Moon passed directly in front of the Earth!"
- Chinese restaurant called TRANSLATE SERVER ERROR – Boing Boing –
- CO2 Pollution Could Erase Coral Reefs | Wired Science from Wired.com – "What we're doing in the next decade could mean that for the next two million years, there are no coral reefs in the ocean," said Ken Caldeira, a Stanford professor