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Tuesday, October 24, 2006
great moments in online advertising
I just got an email press release from an outfit called...
Desspite appearances, this is not to be confused with Hot Banana, an Italian porn site evidently still under construction.
5:54 PM | link |
Monday, October 16, 2006
The Death of Art
without benefit of a reassuring sort
4:43 AM | link |
Saturday, October 07, 2006
my friday night at the movies
in which I attempt to get a life
Category 7: The End of the World
1:30 AM | link |
Thursday, October 05, 2006
the lady or the tiger?
two cheers for free will
I am finding this Amazon comparison shopping feature very handy and instructive. At the moment, it's a tossup between Feminine Fascism and the Box of Suicides. But then, I've been faced with exactly this decision in the past, so I feel confident I'll make the right choice again. (Click on the image for live page.)
1:49 AM | link |
Tuesday, October 03, 2006
Find in a Library
I just learned a cool trick. I had seen these sorts of hits come up on Google, but wasn't sure how to get them consistently. Turns out that to find any book -- well, any of 1.3 million books -- all you have to do is precede your Google query with "find in a library" -- leaving the quotes on that phrase. Generally, the first hit will be a pointer to the WorldCat database. Plug in your postal code, state, province or country, and WorldCat will tell you where the most geographically proximate copies are languishing. Here are a few random examples.
4:01 PM | link |
Sunday, October 01, 2006
People tend not to believe me on this one, but the guy with the mallets really is my bro. Dig it...
Here's another vid of the "same" tune, Van Gogh By Numbers, with Joe on vibes and Christos Rafalides on marimba.
6:59 PM | link |
"RageBoy: Giving being fucking nuts a good name since 1985."
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at a major industry conference,
chris locke once again captures the real story.