A beautiful animation done to accompany the audio recording of an interview with John Lennon in 1969. I wasn’t sure if the animation was done back then or was contemporary until I saw the image of Bush flash by. The interview was done by Jerry Levitan, who was 14 at the time. Somehow he got
Experience the power of the command line with online Zork. Now with save, login and restore! “You are in an open field west of a big house with a boarded front door.” Ooh. The tension of well written adventures.
Weird Fishes/Arpeggi at Aniboom Stunning submission from Robert Hodgin, creator of flight404.com. All done in Processing.
My sister in law, Stephanie, is a brilliant songwriter, and a passionate participator in the democratic process, and the Democratic Party. She’s written the following song, “Yes We Can“, in support of Barack Obama. Really nice job, Stephanie.
Wow. I’m such a geek. I mean, I’ve always suspected as much, but now I’m following on a post about the Star Wars titles recreated in the style of Saul Bass, with this one, about a guy who recreated the classic Light Cycle scene from Tron using cardboard. Ah well, too cool to not post.
I’m not much of a musician. I’m able to strum a few chords on the guitar and hit a few keys on the piano. I like tapping out rhythms on my knees, though, which is what makes this a tempting purchase. See it in action here. Yes, everything sounds like a Zelda theme tune, but
I found the Mr. T version of this World or Warcraft ad a little funnier then the Shatner one. I can believe Mr. T knows computers. Mr. T and William Shatner ham it up for World of Warcraft commercials – Joystiq
Shannon and I went to the Albert Hall on Monday evening to see out first bit of live music in a while. It was one of those rushed trips. I arrived home after my hour and a half commute from Cambridge, Mum took over, we sped out to the train station and just over an
Great quote from an interview of John Humphrys, host of BBC Radio 4’s “Today” program: “He cannot understand why BBC executives obsess over attracting young audiences, as if they were chasing advertising revenues. “They see that the Today programme audience is old. Oh my gosh, how dare they be old! Many of them are over
Funny. I went to have a look at this preview of Geometry Wars for the Nintendo Wii. I’m not huge into these kind of games, but Penny Arcade had been very positive about it. Randomly, I hit the link to watch the video of the preview…and a friend from University pops up to give the demo. Nice one,